Instructor: A. Kendra Greene, MFA
Tuition: $45 (Early Bird Members through February 8)
$60 (Members); $90 (Non-members)
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Registration will close midnight, February 22. No refunds will be given.
Dare to go shorter. Sudden, short, micro, nano—whether you call it flash fiction or the postcard essay, join us for a workshop celebrating creative writing’s short forms. If it’s less than 750 words, and especially if it’s a lot less, bring your writing for group discussion. We’ll put your work in context through an overview of the history of short forms and current publication opportunities.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
A. Kendra Greene is an essayist and book artist. She is the author of Anatomy of a Museum and The Stone Collector, essays about Icelandic museums published in a chapbook series from Anomalous Press. For two years she’s served as Writer in Residence at the Dallas Museum of Art’s Center for Creative Connections, where, among other things, her projects give voice to the community through the composition and performance of visitor response texts. As a Jacob K. Javits Fellow at the University of Iowa, she earned an MFA in Nonfiction and a Graduate Certificate in Book Arts.
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