Many of our standalone seminars are available to purchase after the live class ends. All classes listed below include a video plus supplemental resources, both available online.
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Writing Deaf and Blind Characters
Partially deaf and partially blind writer and editor Elsa Sjunneson-Henry walks students through the process of researching and understanding both conditions for fiction writing. Click here for more details.
Writing Native American Characters:
How Not To Do A Rowling
In this seminar, Native scholar and activist Debbie Reese talks about the missteps Rowling and many other authors have made when including Native characters in their writing and offers writers strategies for avoiding them and doing better. Click here for more details.
Writing Positive Portrayals of Asexual Characters
Asexual author Lauren Jankowski walks students through the general terminology related to the asexual spectrum, discusses the importance of dismantling the love hierarchy, and provides tips for avoiding common stereotypes of asexuals. Click here for more details.
Writing for Trans and Non-Binary Narratives
Trans playwright Ashley Lauren Rogers provides writers with an understanding of gender identity, biological sex, appropriate language (including pronouns), transitioning, and why accurate representation of trans and non-binary people in all media is crucial and necessary. Click here for more details.
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