Organizing Your Short Story Collection - Remote!
In this 3-hour seminar, we will consider a wide range of different organizing principles for the short story collection. We will draw from examples of published collections, generate our own list of potential organizing principles, and devote classtime to in-class experimentation with the ordering of our own stories.
If you have a group of stories that you're already considering for a collection, bring them, or a list of them. The exercises will work best if they're printed out, but you're welcome to bring on your laptop, as well. If you're not yet at the point of compiling a collection, but are just curious about the process, bring a list of as many stories or ideas as you currently have.
You are welcome and encouraged to bring your own examples of short story collections, whether your favorites or those that baffle you, for discussion.
For a glimpse at how remote learning works, look no further than the deep Zoom discussion of writing and literature below:
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- Class Discussion
- Short Fiction
- Professional Development & Skills