Short Story Writing (Spring 2013)

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Though limited in form, the short story is a natural passageway into fiction writing, and its effect can be extremely powerful on the reader. Learn not only the fundamentals of short story writing––characterization, plot, dialogue, imagery, and tone––but also how to achieve powerful results which, in Flannery O'Connor's words, keep "the short story from being short." Students are guided through brief writing assignments that are supplemented with works by contemporary short story authors. The class culminates in the completion of at least one short story by each participant.

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Though limited in form, the short story is a natural passageway into fiction writing, and its effect can be extremely powerful on the reader. Learn not only the fundamentals of short story writing––characterization, plot, dialogue, imagery, and tone––but also how to achieve powerful results which, in Flannery O'Connor's words, keep "the short story from being short." Students are guided through brief writing assignments that are supplemented with works by contemporary short story authors. The class culminates in the completion of at least one short story by each participant.

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