Ramola D teaches creative writing currently
at The Writer's Center, Bethesda and as adjunct faculty in the Creative Writing program
at George Washington University. She has taught and continues to teach introductory and
intermediate courses in fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, and drama; and has conducted classes both in-class,
online, and as hybrids involving a mix of classroom and online formats.
She has also taught independent workshops and hopes to offer more of these online.
She would like to offer workshops at summer and visiting writer conferences; please email if interested.
Please see Teaching Experience for more on courses taught. For a more detailed CV with inclusion of technology training, writing/editing, journalism and other experience, please email.
Links to Teaching Resources coming soon.
Upcoming Online Workshops
Writing the Personal Lyric Essay/Writer's Center
Feb 3 to March 24, 2010
A creative non-fiction workshop for beginning and intermediate essayists
focused on writing lyric memoir of travel, nature, and personal experience. Workshop will include reading, analysis, and the creation of original work.
Writing Connected Stories/Writer's Center
April 10 to May 29, 2010
A short fiction workshop for practicing fiction writers (intermediate and advanced)
interested in organically pulling together a collection of linked stories. Workshop will include reading, analysis, and the creation of original work.
Writing Documentary in Poetry/Writer's Center
June 12 to July 31, 2010
A poetry workshop for intermediate and advanced poets focusing on reading/writing poetry of witness, observation, and both current and historic documentary. Workshop will include reading, analysis, and the creation of original work.
Please sign up for these workshops at The Writer's Center web site. For more information or to enquire about other workshops, please contact me.