WRITING FLASH FICTION
May 25-June 22
Flash forms have arrived as a backlash to genre boundaries and flash fiction is leading the pack, redefining how we tell stories. By embracing the compressed form, all writers–from poets to novelists–are cultivating a new set of skills and creating an entirely new kind of story. In this workshop we will generate original flash pieces, examine what makes successful flash fiction, and try to differentiate flash from its cousins, the prose poem and the vignette. This workshop is open to writers with all levels of experience in the form.
Join us for a 4-week online flash fiction workshop beginning May 25. The format will include weekly online instruction, plenty of editorial feedback, group-led discussions, as well as once-a week conference calls in a virtual classroom–the best of all technology and the chance to work with writers all over the world!
Earlybird discounts and payment plans available for a limited time!
FREE Q & A call Thursday, May 21 at 7 pm MST–contact me for more information or to register at firstname.lastname@example.org
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