3 Saturdays: April 11, 18 and 25, 12:00—1:30 p.m.
at the Ajna Center
In this class, students will take a piece of fiction from the idea stage through the workshop stage over the course of three weeks. In the first session we'll lay the groundwork for a rough draft. In the next, students will do exercises to help shape and strengthen the story, and in the third they'll share their pieces in a workshop for supportive, encouraging, and challenging feedback.
About me: I'm an award-winning author who studied at the Iowa Writers' Workshop. I'm an editor at Origins literary journal; I teach with The Company of Writers where my current offering is Write to Print for teens; and I am a resident faculty member at the Yale Summer Writers' Conference.
|Early Spring Sun, Abraham Manievich, 1913|