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OWC 310 B — One-on-One Tutorial: Novel

Quarter: Spring
Course Format: Flex Online
Duration: 10 weeks
Date(s): Apr 1—Jun 7
Refund Deadline: Mar 18
Units: 3
Tuition: $4000
Instructor(s): Joshua Mohr
Limit: 1
Class Recording Available: No
Status: Closed
Please Note: The full tuition refund deadline for this course is March 18 at 5:00 pm (PT). Partial refunds will not be given after this date.
Spring
Flex Online
Date(s)
Apr 1—Jun 7
10 weeks
Refund Date
Mar 18
3 Units
Fees
$4000
Instructor(s):
Joshua Mohr
Limit
1
Recording
No
Closed
Please Note: The full tuition refund deadline for this course is March 18 at 5:00 pm (PT). Partial refunds will not be given after this date.
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 10-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.

JOSHUA MOHR
Author

Joshua Mohr is the author of five novels, including Damascus, which The New York Times called “Beat-poet cool.” He has also written Fight Song and Some Things That Meant the World to Me, one of O, The Oprah Magazine’s 10 Terrific Reads of 2009. Mohr’s novel Termite Parade was a New York Times Editors’ Choice. All This Life received a Northern California Book Award. His first book of nonfiction, Sirens, is a memoir. Mohr received an MFA from the University of San Francisco.