Only if an online class or book coaching bundle must be cancelled for some reason.
Of course. I2P students may sign up for only a single online class, even if they are considering a longer program of study under the advice of a book coach. Come. Go. Do what you have to do to integrate … Read More
No. Because enrollment is open to anyone, no application fee is charged. All you do is follow the easy instructions to enroll, pay, and begin an online class (on the designated date) or submit a manuscript to a book coach.
First, look over the I2P Online Course Schedule for the next enrollment module. Click on the title of any course of particular interest to you and read a description of its contents. If you are working with a book coach, … Read More
No problem. Review the book coach bios and personal statements once again, then request a different coach for your next book coaching bundle. If you have questions about book coaches or book coaching, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Review each book coach’s bio and personal statement “about book coaching” and make a prioritized list of coaches you’d like to work with. Choose your book coach. If that coach is available, s/he will be assigned to you. Choose a book … Read More
No, your book coach can work with you on individual stories, essays, scripts, or poems, as well as a book.
Unfortunately, no. Federal Financial Aid is not available to optional enrichment programs such as I2P, which offers neither a certificate nor a degree. What I2P does offer is the professional help you need to begin and ultimately complete the long … Read More
The Antioch University Los Angeles MFA in Creative Writing Program is designed to develop rich expressions of craft and literary habits of mind among students prepared to devote two solid years to the exploration of long-range skills in creative writing. … Read More
Greeting Students! So here’s the story: As an undergraduate business major (boring), my favorite English professor asked me a single, life-changing question—“Why aren’t you majoring in something you love?” The question was instantly freeing, and the rest is history (cliché). … Read More