New Class: Short Fiction Workshop at the Brainery, Fall 2015

I’m one of the teachers for the Brainery’s short fiction workshop this semester! Check it:

This course is an intense practicum in speculative fiction writing and students can expect a traditional graduate-level fiction workshop, concentrating on understanding and implementing the various aspects of speculative fiction. These aspects include craft issues such as characterization, point of view, narrative structure, style, and voice. Although this class is designed with a flexible schedule in mind, students are expected to commit to the same standards as expected of graduate-level creative writing courses, including: deadlines, feedback, and accountability.

Click here for all the details, including price. With this class you not only get a workshop, but Master Class roundtable sessions with Ken Liu and Amal El-Mohtar, two of my favorite writers.

divider with ancient egyptian scarab I'm writing an Afrofuturist novel set in a matriarchal ancient Egypt where queer women of color rule the sand and sky. Want to know more? Read about it here. Want to help make it happen? Become my patron (& get free fiction)!