Creative Writing - Flash Fiction

 

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Flash Fiction is taking the literary world by storm. The concept behind flash fiction is to tell a complete story in approximately 500 to 1,000 words. This new form has been made even more popular by the amount of reading that is done on e-books and the Internet. 

 

THIS CLASS HAS BEEN POSTPONED - NEW DATE TBD.  

Please direct questions to cynthia.j.kibby@nasa.gov / 832-983-6454 (teleworking)

 

 

  • Now a One Day Workshop
  • Saturday, May 9th
  • 10:00 AM- 2:00 PM
  • Pizza Lunch Included
  • Early Registration - $60 until April 30th
  • Standard Registration - $70
  • Minimum Class Size - 6
  • Gilruth Center, Discovery Room 

 

About the Instructor:

Katherine Sanger was a Jersey Girl before getting smart and moving to Texas. She's been published in various e-zines and print, including Baen's Universe, Black Chaos, Wandering Weeds, Spacesports & Spidersilk, Black Petals, Star*Line, Anotherealm, Lost in the Dark, Bewildering Stories, Aphelion, and RevolutionSF, and edited From the Asylum, an e-zine of fiction and poetry, and Serial Flasher, a flash fiction e-zine. She’s a member of HWA and SFWA. She taught English for over 10 years at various online and local community and technical colleges.

You can check out links to her many, many blogs at http://www.fromtheasylum.com or find her at Facebook(https://www.facebook.com/katherine.sanger.5) or twitter @ KatherineSanger).