The 90-Day Rewrite Telecourse is an ongoing weekly workshop for memoirists and novelists who seek to complete their work for publication. Prerequisite is completion of a first draft. Each week students read their work and receive feedback from the instructor.
*All rewrite workshops are currently full. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to join the waiting list.
**Prerequisite: All students must either be graduates of The 90-Day Novel workshop, or submit ten double-spaced pages of their manuscript for review, along with a refundable $100 deposit. If you are accepted, your deposit will go toward your first session's tuition.
Instructor Alan Watt is the Creative Director of L.A. Writers' Lab, national bestselling author, and award-winning filmmaker. He founded L.A. Writers’ Lab in 2002 as a place for writers to deepen their craft by learning to marry the rigor of structure to the freedom of the muse. He has taught everyone from award-winning authors to A-list screenwriters, journalists, poets, actors, professional athletes, war veterans, housewives, doctors, lawyers, television showrunners, Emmy-winning directors, first-time writers, and anyone else with a story to tell.
Each semester is 12 weeks, with 4 writers per group.
WORKSHOP START DATES FOR EACH GROUP LISTED BELOW.
Group 1 - Thurs. July 2, 2020 (3:30 - 5:00 pm Pacific Time) FULL
Group 2 - Tues. July 7, 2020 (3:30 - 5:00 pm Pacific Time) FULL
Group 3 - Tues. July 21, 2020 (12:00 - 1:30 pm Pacific Time) FULL
Group 4 - Fri. July 31, 2020 (3:30 - 5:00 pm Pacific Time) FULL
Group 5 - Mon. August 3, 2020 (3:30 - 5:00 pm Pacific Time) FULL
Please note that there are no refunds for this workshop and we do not prorate for missed classes. Also, while you are paying for a twelve-week session, you are certainly not expected to complete the rewrite of your book in 90 days. The workshop is ongoing, it continues year round, and we do not skip a week between sessions. On occasion the schedule changes for holidays or when Al must miss a class due to unforeseen circumstances, which pushes the twelve-week session back a week.