Additional Support

Besides the six main courses, there's also several other resources and support materials.

In the Classroom you'll also find:
Children's Books Study Group - Video Series Children's Books Study Group - Video Series
originally from the Children's Books in CommUnity Study Group from 2014-2015.
38 webinar recordings, each ranging from 60-90 minutes. Organized with descriptions and tags to quickly find webinars on topics you'd like to explore around many aspects of the children's book creation process.
View a short Preview:
(View the full Study Group Recordings Table of Contents)
Personal Peace Practice - Video Series Personal Peace Practice - Video Series
originally from the Personal Peace Practice Group in 2016.
A series of 10 webinar recordings that dives deeply into the concepts of personal peace and what it means, each session around 120 minutes. Organized with titles and brief descriptions to allow you to choose the webinars according to your needs.
Mini Courses Mini Courses
for those not ready to jump into the full courses right away or as a place to review.
Key pieces from some of the larger courses pulled together in one place for compact learning to get you inspired.
Anthology Submission Opportunities Anthology Submission Opportunities
in partnership with our indie press, Reflection Press and open to POC, indigenous and queer communities regardless of whether or not you're enrolled as a student.
Yearly opportunities to put your new skills into action and publish your work. If you're new to the whole process, additional resources and how-to's in the classroom allow you to learn what it takes to submit your work.
Support Forum Support Forum
online forum and ways to connect via the classroom for support.
A place to ask any questions that may come up while engaging with the materials.
Plus Other Extras Plus Other Extras
miscellaneous resources and and more added as we create them.
Fun art projects, tips and tricks for getting the most out of the classroom, excerpts and more.

More about the Course Areas and Approach:
Children's Books Skills and Action

These courses focus on the physical process of creating story & art for a children's book and putting it out in the world through traditional or alternative means.

Beliefs & Intention

These courses focus on uncovering any limiting beliefs about ourselves or the world that hold us back from putting ourselves and our work out there. This is about full empowerment, not just about creating books.

Radical Self Love

While all courses have a touch of this, courses that specifically focus here challenge you to explore what it means to live the creative life and to fully live your life as your work of art.

Holistic Approach

All courses come from a holistic place, meaning they take into account the WHOLE person. A holistic approach is a mindset that takes into account the heart, the body, the mind, the spirit and the unknown as well as your community and societal experience to support the whole self. With the whole self on board the creative process deepens.

Access these materials and more with classroom registration.
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