Introduction to Flash Fiction: The what, why and when of it – NZSA WebWorkshop with Michelle Elvy

2pm to 4pm, 18 June.

This is a class for people interested in discovering the craft of writing small. In writing 250-500 words, you’ll stimulate your creativity, pay attention to language and think in new ways about structure and story. You might blend poetry and prose; you might push yourself towards experimentation; you might write a small moment, or a whole world. All welcome. Discover the what, why and when of flash fiction with Michelle Elvy.

Michelle Elvy is a writer, editor and manuscript assessor based in Dunedin. You can find her teaching online at ’52|250 A Year of Writing’, or at ‘Flash Frontier: An Adventure in Short Fiction’, ‘Best Small Fictions’ and National Flash Fiction Day. She is co-editor of ‘Bonsai: Best small stories from Aotearoa New Zealand’ (CUP 2018) and ‘Ko Aotearoa Tātou | We Are New Zealand’ (OUP 2020). Her book, ‘the everrumble’ (Ad Hoc Fiction, 2019) is a small novel in small forms.

WEBWORKSHOP ATTENDANCE FEE: NZSA Members – $30. (Non-members – $60)

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