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A recorded "at-your-own-pace" webinar led by Sylvia Vardell and Janet Wong is available for Anthologies 101. Learn about Anthologies 101 at Sylvia's blog, on Twitter, at Linda Kulp Trout's Write Time, and Mary E. Cronin's blog. Email us for info!
Linda Kulp Trout
After you've taken Antho 101, we welcome you to continue with 301 (video webinars) or 401 (a course with email correspondence to accommodate a flexible schedule). Find more details in our Schedule-at-a-Glance below and read this post at Sylvia's blog to learn more.
You can take it anytime it's convenient for you! We offer an "at-your-own-pace" webinar format for Antho 101 — instead of the previous format of live Zoom sessions. For more details, please email us at email@example.com.
For the moment we are no longer offering Anthologies 201.
Our most recent Anthologies 401 workshop has just ended. The next one will likely begin in Fall 2023 with self-directed exercises, email feedback on poems, and one live Zoom session. The cost is $299.
Anthologies 301 is an "at-your-own-pace" webinar. You can watch videos on GRAPHICS (creating digital postcards and images for social media), VIDEOS (creating promotional videos), and SWAG (creating promotional items such as stickers). The cost is $99.
Anthologies 101 and 301 are "at-your-own-pace" webinars that you can watch at your convenience.
For Anthologies 401, a recorded video is offered only as part of the course (not offered separately).
Antho 101 *
An hour-long video recording for you to watch on your own.
* If you want to register for Antho 401, you must have taken Antho 101 first
Three video recordings for you to watch on your own.
Topics covered: creating graphics, videos, and swag (stickers, postcards, mugs, etc.)
Our Recent Antho 401 - A Sample Schedule
A four-part course on publishing an anthology for ages 8 and up
See the Antho 401 books WHAT IS A FRIEND? (published in October 2022) and WHAT IS A FAMILY? (published in March 2023) for a better idea of the project.
Part 1: a self-study video (at your own pace): Jan-Feb 2023
Part 2: self-paced writing and feedback: Feb 2023
Part 3: experience in evaluating and choosing poems: Feb 2023
Part 4: optional live Zoom in March 2023
A course to be held in Summer 2023 for current and retired educators with a focus on poetry skills. We'll produce an anthology similar to WHAT IS A FRIEND?; details to come in May 2023.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up!
Mary E. Cronin