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Nighty Nite from NJ is reading Grimscribe: His Lives and Works January 5, 2012 - 6:53pm

Just an idea I had. It may not even be possible, since I have no idea how far in advance the fine folk here know about what classes are coming up.

I was looking over threads, and reading over David Corbett's upcoming class, and realized while I would love to take a class here at LitReactor, I have no idea what class I want to take. Money is tight, so Im afraid if I pay for one class, another class will come along that I end up liking even more and I'll be SOL.

Is there any way to know what classes are coming a few months in advance?

 

As a side note I noticed the multiple payments feature on Corbett's class. Awesome idea. 

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PopeyeDoyle from Rio Grande Valley, TX is reading Chronology of Water January 5, 2012 - 7:06pm

Way down in another thread, Mark had this to say about a class schedule:

I'll have more info on upcoming course dates very soon.  We're working incredibly hard to get and keep a calendar that's built out in ink at least three full months in advance--but as Kirk noted earlier, it's unlikely to ever become a six month lead time, because some of the instructors we most enjoy and value have to negotiate their start dates under pressure of numerous competing obligations.  We try to stay nimble with them.

So, I think the short answer is:  They're working on it, but it will take time.  Mark and Kirk actually answered a bunch of different questions in that thread if you're interested:  http://litreactor.com/discuss/question-about-classes.

 

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Nighty Nite from NJ is reading Grimscribe: His Lives and Works January 5, 2012 - 7:11pm

Oh well damn. I should have done a bit more forum-searching. That's my bad. Thanks, Popeye.

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Dave from a city near you is reading constantly January 5, 2012 - 8:11pm

I'm with you on this one, a little more advance notice would be great.  I'd sell a kidney to take Corbett's class, but I still wouldn't get the money in time.