Thursday, March 11, 2010

Write to the Finish with Sean Murphy and Tania Casselle

Are you writing a novel?  Would you like to?  The award-winning authors Sean Murphy ( and Tania Casselle (
& will again be hosting their "Write to the Finish" Distance Workshop starting in April. 

Over the course of nine months, they provide encouragement through conference calls, manuscript critique, and online seminars.  The price is $1545, which might seem expensive, but it does represent a nine-month commitment and a full manuscript critique of up to 300 pages of your work.  For reference, a one-week writing residency may cost anywhere from $500-$2,000 or more - this Sean and Tania's class offers one of the few workshops I know of which allows the time and the space to write a complete novel.

Although I have not taken this course myself, I did have the opportunity to take a Master's Class with Sean Murphy through the North Carolina Writer's Network.  His critiques were both helpful and encouraging - everyone enjoyed the relaxing workshop atmosphere in his class, and I believe we all came away with new directions for our stories.

For more details and contact information, visit the Society of the Muse of the Southwest's blog link.

Also, you may be interested in these books by Sean and Tania:


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