Studying and Writing From the Short Story
The goal of this workshop is to learn and engage with the short story. In a 4-week/class setting, students will read aloud and discuss four short stories to engage with the craft of the writing. Generative exercises/activities will also play a role in each class, as students will have the opportunity to create work that stems from the readings and the discussions during class. All stories are available for free online and offer a distinct range of styles and voices for students to interact with.
Stories: Kristen Arnett/ “Felt In The Jaw”, Alice Munro/ “Voices”, Brandon Taylor/ “Wool”, and Charles Yu/ “The Future of Work: Placebo”
What To Bring:
Computer or notebook to be able to write.
THIS IS A FOUR-WEEK WORKSHOP on ZOOM:
The cost of this workshop is $75 with priority given to BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ students. Scholarships are available and plentiful — for more information about the Scholarship Program, please click the registration link below!
About The Instructor
Brian Seemann holds an MA and MFA from Wichita State University and has had his fiction published in Bull, Noble/Gas Quarterly, Re: Arts & Letters, and other journals. He lives and teaches in Colorado.
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Brian Seemann is depicted in the photo above. He is a white male with light brown hair/silver hair and a beard. He has dark blue eyes. He is wearing a black T shirt.