11/27 Flash Fiction with Lisa Kessler
**CLASS CANCELLED DUE TO LOW ENROLLMENT. SORRY! PLEASE LOOK FOR LISA KESSLER’S CLASSES IN 2013.
Exciting new class and instructor!
Using Flash Fiction to Find Your Voice
You often hear discussion about a writer’s “voice”, but how do you discover your own?
During this 4 week class, we’ll be using short flash fiction exercises to experiment with new writing techniques you may not try on a full novel. By using shorter works of fiction, you can free your literary inhibitions and by the end of the course, you should be on a strong path toward your own unique “voice.”
If you’ve never written flash fiction, this is the place for you! We’ll be studying the story arc as well as techniques that will help you with crafting chapters of your next page-turner.
This is a very interactive course, with many hands-on assignments. You will also be able to receive feedback on your work, but you are not required to share if you’re not comfortable.
By the end of the course you should leave with a few polished flash fiction stories, ready for you to start submitting.
Lisa Kessler is an award winning author of dark paranormal fiction. Her debut novel, Night Walker, won a San Diego Book Award for best Fantasy-Sci-fi-Horror, and was also a double finalist for the Book Seller’s Best for Best Paranormal and Best First Book. Her short stories have been published in print anthologies and magazines, and her vampire story, “Immortal Beloved,” was a finalist for a Bram Stoker award.
Lisa is an active member of Romance Writers of America serving as President of the San Diego Chapter. She’s also a member of the International Thriller Writers and the Paranormal Chapter of RWA. You can learn more about Lisa and her books at http://Lisa-Kessler.com
Lisa lives in southern California with her husband and two amazing kids.
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