Keep It Short: Tips and Tricks for Writing Flash Fiction
Writing flash and micro fiction can be a satisfying, quick way to tell stories and there are an increasing number of markets for both forms. Getting a story right in under 1000 words, or in the case of micro fiction, under 250, is a challenge. This workshop will be part lecture and part workshop, including feedback from Apex Magazine Flash Fiction editor Rebecca E. Treasure.
Date: February 24th, 2023
Time: 8:00 PM Eastern
Skill Level: Beginner to Intermediate
What to bring: Your notepad!
Expectations: Audio required. Video is preferred, but not necessary.
After the workshop is completed, you will be provided a digital packet containing lecture materials and any pertinent resource links.
After you purchase your workshop ticket, you will receive an email and SMS notification that contains a private link to our Zoom URL. If you do not receive this link, let us know. A reminder will be sent 24 hours prior to the workshop and again 10 minutes prior to the workshop. Be sure to have email@example.com on your mail server's whitelist to ensure that you don't miss any communications.
Instructor Bio: Rebecca grew up reading in the Rockies. After living many places, including the Gulf Coast & Tokyo, she began writing fiction. Rebecca's short fiction has been published by or is forthcoming from Flame Tree, WordFire Press, Galaxy's Edge, and others. She is an editor at Apex Magazine and a writing mentor. She juggles children, corgis, and writing. She only drops the children occasionally.
Apex Books will provide at least two seats for our writing workshops that will be free for those in financial hardship. If you want to take our workshop but can't afford to pay the workshop fee, email Jason Sizemore (firstname.lastname@example.org).