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Flash Fiction: Big Ideas, Small Stories (ages 12+)
April 3, 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm EDT
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Flash fiction is invites us to create little stories that pack a big punch. In this workshop, you’ll learn a few of the secrets to writing great “sudden fiction,” and some tips on how to write your way into a small-but-mighty-story, fast… which sometimes also leads to bigger stories, too. Fun, participatory, and fast-paced, be ready to write! Bring pen + paper.
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Beth Kander grew up in the small-town Midwest and spent more than a decade in the Deep South, always collecting stories. An award-winning playwright, her scripts are popular selections in the Stage Rights catalog. Beth has an MFA in Creative Writing from Mississippi University for Women and a Master of Social Work from the University of Michigan, and believes her social work experiences shape her writing as much as her MFA. Her ghost story 13 Jericho Lane was a 2019 Pitch Wars selection, and she’s excited to continue exploring “newish-Jewish folklore” in her next writing projects. She lives in Chicago with her family and their giant rescue dog, Oz (naming doggos after literary figures is a tradition she refuses to give up).