From single session to six-week intensives, we offer a variety of classes for all types of folks.

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Re-Imagining Myths Weekend Intensive (Asynchronous)

In this asynchronous workshop, we will explore re-imagined myths by contemporary writers and discuss how the authors have changed the centuries-old tales of gods and monsters. Each day students will receive reading materials, an essay from the instructor, and a writing prompt. This course will look at how changing various aspects of a myth can shape it into something new and all participants will be able to st art writing their own re-imagined myths. Participants can expect to generate several pieces throughout the weekend. This workshop is open to both poet and fiction writers. All writing levels are welcome. Led by Christina Rosso-Schneider.


Friday, February 10th-Sunday, February 12th via Canvas




About the Instructor
Christina Rosso- Schneider (she/they) lives and writes outside of Philadelphia with her two rescue pups and bearded husband. Together they run an independent bookstore and event space called A Novel Idea on Passyunk. In 2016, Christina received their MFA in Creative Writing and MA in English from Arcadia University. She is the author of CREOLE CONJURE (Maudlin House, 2021) and SHE IS A BEAST (APEP Publications, 2020). Her writing has been nominated for Best of the Net, Best Small Fictions, and the Pushcart Prize. Currently, they teach in the humanities department at Moore College of Art. For more information, visit or find her on Twitter @Rosso_Christina.