Writing Short Fiction: From Hook to Resolution
March 2 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm$125
Writing short fiction is about creating new realities and reframing our own. In this 5-week class, writers will develop their own compelling fictional realities by learning how to create dynamic characters, choose the perfect point-of-view, build a strong narrative plot, include realistic dialogue, and create vivid scenes that draw the reader in. The class will include an ongoing writing workshop and revision techniques. It will conclude with information about how and where to submit work to agents, contests, and literary journals.
This is a 5-week class that takes place on Thu, Mar 2, 9, 23, 30, April 13.
Class Full. If you’d like to be added to a waiting list and notified if a spot becomes available, call 210.734.9673.
Jen Knox is the author of the collection of short stories After the Gazebo (Rain Mountain Press 2015). Her fiction has been featured in The Adirondack Review, Chicago Tribune’s Printers Row, Chicago Quarterly Review, Clackamas Literary Review, Cosmonauts Avenue, Istanbul Review, Narrative, Sequestrum, and The Saturday Evening Post. Jen lives in San Antonio and directs Gemini Ink’s Writers in Communities program.