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Go Small or Go Home: The Art of Microfiction

June 4

$125

Join a small group of 12 writers for a month-long online writing workshop in microfiction. Learn how less can truly be more.

When a story is short, a writer must choose each of her 300 words (or less!) like she’s mining for diamonds. In this workshop, we’ll look at narrative poets and prose poets, while studying examples of masters of the microfiction genre. You’ll learn to use rich, unexpected language while honing in on the moment that offers the greatest impact. Ideas for structuring your stories will be explored and participants will have the opportunity to generate a wide range of new work. You’ll finish with four drafts and plenty of ideas for launching new pieces.

This online workshop takes place June 4–July 2


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TinaTina Barry is the author of Mall Flower, poems and short fiction (Big Table Publishing, 2015). Her work has appeared in numerous literary and anthologies including The Best Short Fiction 2016, Drunken BoatThe American Poetry JournalConnotation PressBlue Fifth Notebook, Nasty Women Poets: An Unapologetic Anthology of Subversive Verse, and Red Sky: Poetry on the Global Epidemic of Violence Against WomenTina is a two-time Pushcart Prize nominee and has several Best of the Net nods. She earned an M.F.A. in creative writing at Long Island University, Brooklyn in 2014. Tina is a freelance writer, a teaching artist at The Poetry Barn, and a writing tutor at SUNY Ulster. Barry lives in the Hudson Valley. More information can be found at TinaBarryWriter.com.

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Date:
June 4
Cost:
$125
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Organizer

Alexandra van de Kamp
Phone:
210.734.9673