Three Notes for a Fiction Workshop
1. Saul Bellow once observed that writers are readers moved to emulation.
2. Samuel Beckett noted that there is more to literature than technique, but that technique is all we can talk about.
3. In this workshop you will learn about the techniques of writers you might well want to emulate in your own work, and about NEDS, the building blocks of fiction. NEDS is a secret code only known by writers in the know.
This master class in fiction, taught by bestselling author Robert Day, provides intense guidance for serious writers. The emphasis is on critique of your project; the goal is to help bring your work to a publishable level. Manuscript submission required. Submit a complete story of up to ten pages. Submission deadline: March 17. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org with Fiction in the Subject line.
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