Oct 162011
 

October 22 — Filmmaking Basics; a Workshop Presented by Atlanta Film Festival 365 — Interested in filmmaking but don’t have a clue? This is the workshop for you. Whether you’d like to dive into the industry or just want to test the waters, this introductory course is designed to guide you. The workshop will give an overview of everything it takes to complete a film or video (there is a difference), and offer you direction for next steps to take. Read more

October 23 — Atlanta’s Famous Blogging Workshop2 spots left! This is Atlanta’s Most Popular Blogging Workshop! If you’ve been thinking about starting a blog or if you’ve already started one, this workshop will teach you how to sharpen its concept, write better posts, come up with magnetic headlines, generate more ideas, rank higher on Google, triple your traffic and start making money.  Read more

November 8–December 10 — Wisecrack University Stand-Up Comedy Workshop with Debra Cole course you will learn basics of joke telling, the comedy business, writing techniques, creativity warm-ups, how to act on stage, finding your niche, realistic goal setting, and enjoy hours of irreverent and mildly offensive conversation. Whether you’re a novice or more advanced jokester, Professor Debra guarantees that your comedy will significantly improve. AND graduating participants will perform a stand-up routine in front of audience on stage during the Debra Cole Comedy Show at the Ansley Park Playhouse. Read more

November 9 — Travel Writing; How to Get Paid to Travel the Worldsold out! Sign up for Dec. class below! Have you taken a trip that’s changed your life? Do you want to document your adventures with a paying assignment for a magazine or newspaper? This information-packed, inspiring workshop, taught by freelance journalist  journalist Jennifer Bradley Franklin . . . Read more

November 12–13 — The Shocking Real-Life Book Writers Boot Camp Weekend3 spots left! This is not your average writer’s retreat! This is a lively, active, results-oriented symposium of creative and accomplished authors, attendees and answers to the questions that have been dogging you for years regarding how to go about getting a book deal. At the end of this book-writing retreat you will have a surmountable format for mapping out your book, the components you need to pitch a literary agent, including the agent contact information and the sample pages you need to send the agent. So, with that said, what’s stopping you? Read more

November 19 — WordPress for Websites — With WordPress at your fingertips, there is no reason to pay someone else to run and manage your business website anymore! WordPress is an open-source content management software that, when paired with the right theme, can function just as beautifully as a custom-coded html website. And the best part is that YOU have the power to go in and edit your content without having to pay someone or wait for someone to do it for you Read more

December 7 — Travel Writing; How to Get Paid to Travel the World — Have you taken a trip that’s changed your life? Do you want to document your adventures with a paying assignment for a magazine or newspaper? This information-packed, inspiring workshop, taught by freelance journalist  journalist Jennifer Bradley Franklin . . . Read more

Dates Vary — The Pitch Doctor with Hollis Gillespie Here’s a secret, you don’t need to have a finished manuscript to get a book deal. All you need is an amazing idea and as little as 10 pages. I’ve helped scores of writers get book deals and agent representation, you’re next!  Read more

[For a calendar of these classes, scroll to the bottom of this screen.]

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