Elements of Short Fiction: A Crash Course

$240.00
Members
$250.00
Non-members
Monday-Thursday, from 6:00pm-9:00pm, starting May 20th
GrubStreet HQ
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Level: Intermediate
12 seats max

In this intensive fiction crash course, we will cover a different element of craft each day: setting, character, plot, dialogue, and point of view. We will discuss these elements through readings of published works while generating our own piece throughout the week. By the end of the class, each writer will have generated and worked on a draft of a story. Class time will be divided up between craft lessons, in-class writing exercises and discussions. Writers will also receive on-the-spot feedback from the instructor and the class. This course is best suited for introductory and intermediate fiction writers looking to generate new material! 

Scholarship Information

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Instructor

Hanna Halperin Goldstein
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Previous Students Say

  • "Generative"
  • "High-Energy Class"
  • "Supportive Environment"

Elements

  • Workshop
  • Instructor Feedback
  • Craft Lessons

Genre

  • The Novel
  • Short Fiction

Commitment Level

Medium

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