Writing Flash Fiction
Saturday—February 17   2018, 10am-5pm
Taught by Lisa Friedman

This year, The New Yorker magazine started a summer-long flash-fiction series.
It's a milestone: the form has come of age.

What’s so great about very short stories? Well, you can read a work of flash fiction
over a single cup of coffee. And writing a work of micro-fiction can be done in a day.

At this hands-on workshop, we will:
> Write an original short story and hear it read aloud, anonymously
> Explore how the pros write brief yet compelling stories
> Read & analyze 3 entertaining works of flash fiction
> Discover form-specific revision techniques
> Learn who publishes flash fiction

There’s no need to bring a story to this class; you’ll write your piece—and hear positive
feedback—all in one day. You’ll be asked to bring a laptop (or borrow one from us).

We welcome beginners as well as non-native speakers of English.
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Venue: Amsterdam Central Library
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