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|Age Groups||Adult, Teen|
February 6, 2022
VIRTUAL EVENT. Registration is required
Short stories provide tiny glimpses into the vivid, significant moments that alter characters and set them on new paths. They are one of the oldest types of literature and are still vital today when they can be easily read in one sitting. In this workshop we’ll discuss what makes a great short story, as well as learn some quick tips to start a successful story, keep it in motion, and how to stick the ending. We’ll also do some writing exercises so come ready to be inspired!
About the Presenter
Erin Flanagan is the author of the novel Deer Season as well as two story collections, all published by the University of Nebraska Press. Her next novel, Blackout, is forthcoming with Thomas & Mercer in August, 2022. She is an English professor at Wright State University, and you can follow her on Twitter at @erinlflanagan or learn more about her and her writing at erinflanagan.net
This workshop is funded by the Wright Library Foundation and is part of the Write@Wright Series.