Are you looking to take your writing to the next level? Do you want to learn from an experienced author, teacher, and literary guide? Then you are invited to join Kathryn Aalto’s vibrant online writing courses where the art and craft of writing happens in a supportive and inspiring environment.
Why Take Online Writing Courses
Here are just a few reasons:
First, experience: Contact with experienced authors is a fantastic reason to join an online writing course. Kathryn has over 25 years of experience as a writer, editor, and writing teacher. She has published three books on nature, literature, and design including a New York Times bestseller. As a judge for The Nature Chronicles Prize, she brings a wealth of knowledge, skills, and insights to every class, and is committed to helping you develop your own unique voice and style. Her students win awards, get published, and enjoy the creative process.
Second, community: Writing can be a solitary pursuit, but it doesn’t have to be. In Kathryn’s online writing courses, you’ll connect with a community of fellow writers who share your passion and commitment to the craft. You’ll receive feedback, support, and encouragement from your peers, and you’ll be inspired by their stories and ideas.
Third, flexibility: Kathryn’s online classes are designed to fit your busy schedule and lifestyle. You can participate in online writing courses from anywhere in the world using your laptop, tablet, or phone. They meet every week or every two weeks.
Lastly, growth: Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned writer, Kathryn’s classes will challenge you to grow and evolve as a writer. You’ll learn new techniques, experiment with different genres, and discover your strengths and weaknesses. You’ll also receive personalized feedback from Kathryn on your writing. You’ll also have the opportunity to revise and refine your work based on that feedback.
How To Learn More
Are you ready? Learn more about Kathryn’s upcoming courses including The Art of Narrative Nonfiction and the Personal Essay (starts May 9), Nature and Place Writing (starts May 15) or Memoir and Life Writing (starts June 6). Explore the power of words, the beauty of language, and the magic of storytelling together.