Jump–start your writing! In–class and at–home assignments help novice writers develop the technique and structure for good writing habits. More advanced workshops deal with craft, style, revision, clarification, and getting published. New York's best known writing instructors lead supportive, yet rigorous class discussions of student work.
Mixed Level Classes: Most classes are appropriate for beginner and intermediate students, including writers who have participated in previous workshops but want to work on technique. Registration for these classes is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Advanced Level Classes: For experienced and previously published writers who want to refine their work for publication. Registration for advanced classes requires approval of the instructor and a 3–5 page writing sample.
"Charles Salzberg's was the single best writing course I've ever experienced. He provided just the right amount of support and constructive criticism. I left each session with ideas to improve my piece."
Lauren Weisberger, author of The Devil Wears Prada (Doubleday, 2003), developed in Charles Salzberg's workshop "Publish Your Truth."
Lisa R. Cohen—After Etan: The Missing Child Case that Held America Captive (Grand Central Publishing, 2009)
Vivian Conan—Essay in The New York Times (Westchester Section)
Gail Eisenberg—articles in New York Daily News
Judith Gorfein—essays in The New York Times and Christian Science Monitor
Sally Hoskins—Essays in Newsweek and The New York Times
Stephanie Klein—Straight Up and Dirty (Regan Books, 2006)
Sally Koslow — Non Fiction: Slouching Toward Adulthood (Viking, 2012); Fiction: The Widow Waltz (2013), With Friends like These (Ballantine Books, 2010), The Late, Lamented Molly Marx (Ballantine Books, 2009), and Little Pink Slips (Putnam and Berkley, 2007)
Betty Wald—Essay in The New York Times (Westchester Section)
Laura B. Weiss—article in New York Daily News