Long Story Short School of Writing Celebrates 1st Anniversary

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In October, 2005, the Long Story Short School of Writing was born. Now, one year later, hundreds of students have studied a variety of writing subjects under thirty instructors with rave reviews.

With the overwhelming cooperation and enthusiasm of its talented and seasoned instructors, Long Story Short School of Writing opened its doors and began classes one year ago on October 5, 2005. The response has been terrific with hundreds of students registering for classes, which run perpetually and cover every aspect of the craft from fiction to poetry to novel writing.

Class sizes vary and are held on the Internet. Students post their own assignments, and read and critique one another's on an interactive message board while working closely with an instructor. There will also be intensive weekend workshops available along with supplemental mentoring for a nominal fee. Tuitions are moderate, ranging from $45-150 per class, depending on the length and curriculum. Long Story Short School of Writing offers a variety of course lengths, from single lessons to ten-week courses, along with some full year, once-a-month classes.

The school offers a Free Course Sampler with the lesson changing twice each month. The sampler will invite writers to take the challenge of the free class, post their response on an interactive message board, critique, meet other writers and possibly win a free book for submitting the best writing.

The Directors of the Long Story Short School of Writing are dedicated to providing only the best in instruction and course content.

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