$200.00 USD

neon flash

A Workshop in Fiction and Nonfiction
Taught by Cleaver Flash Editor Kathryn Kulpa
5 weeks
January 3 to February 7, 2021
$200 Regular
Class limit: 12
Questions: kkulpa@cleavermagazine.com  

Flash is a genre defined by brevity: vivid emotions and images compressed into a compact form. We most often see flash fiction, but flash can also encompass prose poetry, micro memoir, lyric essays, and hybrid works.  

In this class, we will take a close look at different styles and forms of flash fiction, as well as flash nonfiction, hybrid, and experimental works. Each week, we will read and discuss one or more example-works and generate new work from prompts. Students will share their work for peer and instructor feedback, then will choose one story to revise for the final class.

This workshop has weekly deadlines and assignments to help motivate you to write, but the work can be done at your own pace and on your own time—there are no required meetings (although we may have an optional Zoom pop-up or two and bonus prompts for those who are interested). We welcome both new and experienced writers looking for motivation, structure, and constructive criticism.

For more details and a syllabus see: https://www.cleavermagazine.com/workshops/

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