Writers with some writing and workshop experience should consider intermediate classes. Student work is also shared and critiqued at this level, so writers should feel comfortable giving and receiving feedback.
Introduction and beginner workshops are for writers who are either just starting out, or for writers of all levels who wish to try out a new genre.
Writers with significant experience in a writing class or workshop setting with a strong focus on revision should consider advanced workshops. Participation may be subject to approval from the instructor. Work outside the classroom may be expected. Work is often shared and critiqued in these workshops.
Participants should be highly motivated and have at least one of the following: Significant workshop experience with giving and receiving critique, advanced degree, or previous publications. Participation may be subject to approval from the instructor. Work outside the classroom may be expected.