Introducing an online learning center for aspiring and established authors looking for coaching, accountability and moderated group critique.
Literary Coach/Editor/Award-winning Playwright E. Claudette Freeman is kicking of her new Coaching System: E. Claudette Freeman Literary Learning Center. The center affords the creative opportunity to extend literary coaching services in an online campus setting. Participants can apply for acceptance and upon registration take part of the selected offerings according to their schedule. First sessions start Oct 8th. There is a basic grammar class (for those who struggle in this area), a basic writing principles class (to provide an overview of fiction, non fiction and Christian/inspirational writing) and there are three Coaching classes (fiction, non-fiction & Christian/inspirational writers). There will also be “specials” offered for purchase-at-will, which are workshops in printed or pre-recorded fashion that focus on things from character development to doing solid research.
Word Stylist E. Claudette Freeman, is an Author/Playwright, Publisher, Literary & Life Coach. She is also…
A former artist-in-residence with Master Teacher Ntozake Shange, who personally chose Freeman to participate in the intense Atlantic Center For The Arts Artists-In-Residence writing enhancement session.
A student of the Sea Island Writers Retreat with Instructor/Novelist Tina McElroy Ansa, Acclaimed Editor Blanche Richardson and Author Valerie Boyd.
A freelance writer, published in: The Gospel Truth, South Florida Newsweek, Visions Newsletter, The Broward Times, News and Gossip Magazine, Tambou Battant Magazine, Africa-USA Publications, Saved Magazine, The Florida Courier, Black Intellect Cafe and others.
Recognized as one of the most prominent African American female writers of the 20th Century, by the African American Cultural Arts Coalition and the Pan African Bookfest of South Florida – for her collection of short stories PIECES AND ME, and South Florida theater work.
A 20-plus year radio broadcasting veteran, with a strong background in radio news production/anchoring and talk show production and co-hosting. Her experience earned her HONORABLE RECOGNITION in the annual Associated Press Broadcast Awards for her documentary: HAITIANS: A FORGOTTEN PEOPLE.
The author of three engaging, thought-provoking, tremendously transparent journals: THE MORNING HOUR, FABULOUS YOU POWER NUGGETS and IF I WRITE IT, I CAN HEAL.
The author of SHELTERED DELIVERANCE, where love, sex and spiritual relationships entangle in a young woman’s quest for truth and her husband’s desire to keep the truth a secret.
The author of PIECES. AND ME. A Collection of Life, a gathering of short stories that deal with various relationships.
Commissioned co-author of the nationally-toured production of CHARCOAL SKETCHES. A biographical dramatic performance, conceptualized, produced and co-authored by the late Bhetty Waldron, on the lives of Zora Neale Hurston, Augusta Savage and Mary McLeod Bethune.
The author of eight stage plays (two placing second and third in the Loften Mitchell Playwrights Festival.
E. Claudette Freeman Literary Learning Center courses are designed to be taken according to your schedule. You do not have to be logged in at the same time as the Coach or other participants. Course materials are provided as presentations, quizzes, document links, via resource materials and in forum discussions. To participate in the fiction, non-fiction and Christian/inspirational coaching groups, you must apply.
To apply, click here: http://form.jotform.us/form/22515797702155
Visit http://www.ecfliterarylearningcenter.com for more information.