SHORT STORY WORKSHOP
Have you always wanted to write short fiction but don’t know where to start?
Kathryn Mockler is offering an online course for those who are new to fiction writing. The course starts January 15, 2017.
In this five-week online course, award-winning writer, editor, publisher, and creative writing professor Kathryn Mockler will lead you through the process of idea generation, drafting, and revising a short story.
Writing exercises, assignments, readings, and discussions focus on the fundamental elements of writing short fiction including setting, structure, theme, character, dialogue, voice, and point-of-view. Participants will provide feedback on the work of their peers and will receive a critique on one short story.
FORMAT: Online & Video Conferencing
LIMIT: 8 participants
STARTS: January 15, 2017
DAY/TIME: Sundays mornings 11:00am to 12:30pm (Eastern Time Zone)
About Kathryn Mockler
Kathryn Mockler has taught short fiction, poetry, screenwriting, experimental writing since 2003 at four post secondary institutions. She currently teaches creative writing at Western University where she received the Angela Armitt Award for Excellence in Teaching.
She has had six short films produced, is the author of The Purpose Pitch, The Saddest Place on Earth, and Onion Man, and is the Publisher of The Rusty Toque and the Toronto Editor of Joyland: a hub for short fiction.
The poetry and fiction she's published has appeared in Best Canadian Poetry, The Journey Prize, and has been nominated for a National Magazine Award.
Her undergraduate creative writing students have published in Vallum, Ditch, Poetry is Dead, The Malahat Review, and many other journals and they've gone on to study creative writing and screenwriting at Columbia University, University of Southern California, UBC, Guelph-Humber, Humber Film and Television Program, York University, U of T.
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