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*FREE!* Transcestors Series: The Stonewall Rebellion

1-hour class via Zoom What happened during the multi-night rebellion around the Stonewall Inn in June of 1969 in Greenwich Village, New York? What was the first thing thrown and who threw it? Who took part and who stayed away? Hear the details of what happened when (predominantly) impoverished, BIPOC gender nonconforming people decided they'd […]

Writing Outside of Your Lane

3-hour class via Zoom Over the past several years, the publishing world (and its readers) have thankfully demanded more diversity within stories. But as welcoming as this change is, it can leave many non-marginalized writers with anxiety. How are you supposed to go about it? What if you mess up? Are you allowed to write […]

A Brief History of the Stonewall Rebellion

Joshua Hyde Public Library

1-hour event via Zoom We all know that June is Pride Month, but do we know why? Come join historical fiction author Milo Todd as he discusses the Stonewall Rebellion, a grassroots movement that sparked LGBTQ+ rights across the country, and later, across the world. What happened during the multi-night rebellion around the Stonewall Inn […]

Novel in Progress

8 Thursdays from 6:00pm-9:00pm ET, starting July 11th, 2024 via Zoom First drafts of novels can be messy, amorphous, and daunting. Sometimes, extensive critical feedback can be counterproductive before the first draft is finished, yet writers often find themselves losing focus without support and guidance. In class, we will do exercises, discuss craft issues—characterization, the […]