Flash Fiction: Generating New Stories

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If you’ve dabbled in flash fiction, but need a spark of inspiration for new stories, this four-week online course is for you. After a brief review of the techniques of flash, participants will spend the bulk of the time writing to prompts, generating new ideas, and workshopping their stories. Writers will also discuss revision strategies and submission opportunities they can utilize after the course.

About Tara Campbell

Tara Campbell is a Kimbilio Fellow, a fiction editor at Barrelhouse, and an M.F.A. candidate at American University. Prior publication credits include SmokeLong Quarterly, Masters Review, Jellyfish Review, Booth, and Strange Horizons. Her novel TreeVolution was published in 2016, followed in 2018 by her hybrid fiction/poetry collection Circe's Bicycle. Her third book, a short story collection called Midnight at the Organporium, will be released by Aqueduct Press in 2019. More about her at: www.taracampbell.com.

Teaching Style: Tara's approach is open and discussion-based. Writing and reading are subjective, and everyone has different tastes. The point is to be able to clarify why you react a certain way to a work--what techniques are effective, or conversely, where are the opportunities to make the piece even stronger?

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