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

Zoom links are sent on the morning of the workshop.


Imbolc Ritual Kit

This kit is perfect for witches of all levels to celebrate Imbolc! You can purchase this to use for the Imbolc workshop on January 20th or to use on your own.


Ritual Kit Items

  • Ritual Walkthrough

  • Lavender Bath Salts

  • Green Taper Candle

  • 4 miniature Amethysts

  • 4 miniature Garnets

  • White Tealight

  • Seed Paper

  • Planting Pot





Re-Imagining Fairy Tales Weekend Intensive (Online)

In this asynchronous workshop, we will look at fairy tales by contemporary writers and explore how they have changed the classic stories we know through the likes of the Brothers Grimm and Disney. Each day students will receive reading materials, an essay from the instructor, and a writing prompt. The course will look at how changing various aspects of a fairy tale can shape it into something new and all participants will be able to start writing their own re-imagined fairy tales with the opportunity to receive feedback from peers and the instructor. This workshop is open to poets, essayists, and fiction writers. All writing levels are welcome. Led by Christina Rosso-Schneider.


Friday, January 28th-Sunday, January 30th via Canvas




About the Instructor

Christina Rosso-Schneider lives and writes outside of Philadelphia with her rescue pup, Atticus Finch, and bearded husband, Alex. Together they run an independent bookstore and event space called A Novel Idea on Passyunk. In 2016, Christina received her 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). For more information, visit or find her on Twitter @Rosso_Christina.


Sherlock, Superman, and Sexy Wolves: A Practical Introduction to Copyright, Creator Rights, and Responsible Reuse (Online)

You probably already know that content can be protected by copyright, but what is copyright, exactly?  What rights do you have as a creator? What happens if you want to use someone else’s work? What if someone uses your work?


In this workshop, we will dive into these questions and more, drawing on examples from literature, movies, fanfic, music, and art. You will receive practical information on how copyright and author rights affect you and your work, including common issues in publishing contracts and licensing agreements. We’ll also discuss ways to make your work more available for others to reuse and find reusable content for your own creations.


Whether you are a content creator or consumer, this fun and informative workshop will give you the skills you need to confidently work with copyrighted materials and make more informed decisions about use and reuse.


Tuesday, February 1st 6-8pm ET via Zoom

$40-50 sliding scale/pay-what-you-can


About the Instructor
Sarah Wipperman is a Scholarly Communications Specialist and open access advocate who has spent nearly a decade teaching scholarly creators about copyright, publishing, and how to maximize impact. Previously, Sarah has worked at the University of Pennsylvania and Villanova University libraries, where she taught workshops on copyright, reuse, publishing criteria, sharing work outside of publication, and increasing research visibility. Sarah holds a Master in Law from Penn Law, specializing in copyright and contracts.