Creative Writing Workshop
A good workshop is an equally invaluable experience for the writer as well as for the piece a writer is working on. Open to both fiction and non-fiction entries, we will receive everyone’s work to read two weeks before the workshop day and prepare positive and honest feedback for each submission. We will focus on the overall narrative, as well as key aspects of writing such as voice, POV, dialogue, exposition, and characterization to better craft the story you’re trying to tell.
- This workshop will serve a maximum of 10 students.
- Interested students must submit work to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 11/19/2022 to be considered for this workshop.
- Submissions should be 10 pages or less, and may be fiction or non-fiction, a stand-alone piece or part of a larger work.
DATES: 1 Saturday: December 10, 2022
TIME: 1:00 - 4:00pm
MODE OF DELIVERY: Live-Remote - Zoom
INSTRUCTOR: Matt Green - www.worldsluckiestman.com
QUESTIONS: Contact instructor at email@example.com
|Meet the instructor|
|Matthew Green is a very active writer, bridging multiple genres. A former film editor in Hollywood, his focus has always been on narrative, in all of its forms. He is currently shopping two of his books, one fiction and one non-fiction, and has had several short stories published. Matthew received his MFA in Creative Writing at Antioch University, and his focus teaching is in a dynamic workshop environment, imbuing the creative process with supportive ideas while poking the muse with a sharp stick.|