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Saturday, May 16 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
The Art and Craft of Writing Very Short Stories

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This limited-participation session can only be joined by attendees who acquired a ticket through the supplemental event lottery.

The nuanced differences between writing flash fiction and longer works, and how writing flash can benefit you as a writer. Includes evaluation of attendee story openings and outlines to workshop how workable the story idea will be in very short form.


Suzanne Vincent

Suzanne Vincent serves as Editor-in-chief of Flash Fiction Online Magazine, one of the most outstanding and enduring markets for flash fiction on the web, where stories of few words speak volumes. In her spare time she teaches piano lessons, maintains a large vegetable garden, and... Read More →

Saturday May 16, 2020 12:00pm - 1:00pm CDT
Felton Stream
  Workshop, Fiction, Seminar
  • Join by this Stream's Link: Participation in this session is limited. If you entered the supplemental event registration lottery and won a seat in this session, check your email for the link to join. Note: It may be in your spam.