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Jonathan Rogers of Grammar for Writers teaches careful readers to become confident writers using beloved classics. Hone your craft in this seminar from a literary scholar and published author.

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Students will learn lessons like...

How to write dialogue that does something to characters

Becoming confident in their own voice and the power to create

How to craft memorable characters and compelling narratives

Master-classes in composing fiction

Jonathan Rogers of Grammar for Writers uses popular novels such as To Kill a Mockingbird, The Hobbit and The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe to teach creative writing and deliver a practical lecture series your student will love. 

Writing Through the Wardrobe

Writing Through the Wardrobe

18 videos & writing exercises ​
Age: 13+
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Writing With To Kill A Mockingbird

Writing Through To Kill a Mockingbird

17 videos & writing exercises
Age: 13+
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Writing With Hobbits

Writing with Hobbits


17 videos & writing exercises
Age: 13+
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Writing With The Bog Owl

Writing with the Bog Owl


18 videos & writing exercises ​
Age: 13+
Free Lesson Samples

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About the Instructor

Jonathan Rogers

Jonathan Rogers is the author of The Terrible Speed of Mercy, one of the finest biographies of Flannery O’Connor we’ve ever read. His other books include the Wilderking Trilogy–The Bark of the Bog Owl, The Secret of the Swamp King, and The Way of the Wilderking–as well as The World According to Narnia and a biography of Saint Patrick. He has spent most of his adult life in Nashville, Tennessee, where he and his wife Lou Alice are raising a houseful of robustious children. Jonathan also demystifies pronoun agreement rules in Grammar for Writers.

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Help your student master creative writing through studies of great fiction with author and professor Jonathan Rogers.

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