A Crash on Flash: How to Write FLASHY Short Fiction — Workshop Registration open

By definition Flash Fiction is a story of 1,000 words or less, but what makes for a great piece of flash? In this two-hour class, we’ll study examples from modern masters of the short form, discover the “Elements of Flashy Flash Fiction,” and write compelling stories of our own. Packed with tips, techniques, and prompts, this class will help writers of all levels create short fiction that shines.

The Heartwork of Writing – Workshop Series led by Tanaya Winder | Starts Feb. 9

This six-week generative writing workshop is intended for womxn and femme identifying participants who want a brave space to share your poetry, stories, nonfiction, and more! Join this workshop to participate in reflective and interesting writing prompts to help rediscover and strengthen your inner passion and cultivate your voice. We’ll delve into the seeds of writing (where inspiration comes from, the roots of your poem or story) and by the end of our time together we’ll grow something beautiful. It doesn’t matter what level you’re at, if you’re just starting, curious, or have been writing for years, you’ll rediscover the power of writing in this workshop.