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OWC 310 — One-on-One Tutorial: Novel

Quarter: Spring
Course Format: Online (System Requirements)
Duration: 10 weeks
Date(s): Apr 2—Jun 8
Drop Deadline: Mar 19
Units: 3
Tuition: $2365
Instructor(s): Angela Pneuman, Ammi Keller
Limit: 20
Status: Open
Apr 2—Jun 8
10 weeks
Drop By
Mar 19
3 Units
Angela Pneuman, Ammi Keller
This course is not open to the public, but rather by admission only. For more information on the Online Writing Certificate Program and its application process, please click here.

The One-on-one Tutorial will bring together Certificate students and accomplished fiction writers in one-on-one pairs for an intensive ten-week tutorial. After each student-instructor pair establishes the goals of the tutorial, and creates a schedule of deadlines and meeting times, the student will have the opportunity to get feedback on their manuscript, in order to finish and/or revise it. There is a 100,000 word limit for manuscripts submitted for the One-on-one Tutorial. Manuscripts exceeding this limit are subject to approval and additional fees will apply.

Angela Pneuman, Former Stegner Fellow, Stanford

Angela Pneuman is the author of the novel Lay It on My Heart and the short story collection Home Remedies. Her fiction has appeared in The Best American Short Stories, The Iowa Review, New England Review, Ploughshares, and the Los Angeles Review, and she is a contributor to Salon, The Believer, and The Rumpus. She received an MFA in writing from Indiana University and a PhD in English from SUNY Albany.

Ammi Keller, Former Stegner Fellow, Stanford

Ammi Keller’s work appears in American Short Fiction, Joyland, and The Best American Nonrequired Reading 2015. She has edited fiction, nonfiction, and poetry at Soft Skull Press and St. Martin’s Press, and has received residencies from the Norton Island, the Lambda Emerging Writers Retreat, and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts.