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Generative Fiction Workshop - March 2023

Are you writing a novel? Short stories? Flash fiction? It's all welcome in this six-week generative workshop designed to help strengthen, deepen, and enrich your fiction, no matter the form. You'll respond to writing prompts, analyze published fiction, and discuss craft elements such as plot, character development, structure, style, tension, pacing, and more.

Instructor: Michael Credico is the author of Heartland Calamitous, which was longlisted for the 2021 PEN/Robert W. Bingham Prize for Debut Short Story Collection, and the 2020/2021 Story Prize. His short fiction has appeared in Black Warrior ReviewDenver QuarterlyDIAGRAMNew Ohio ReviewPuerto del Sol and others. He is an editor at the Cleveland Review of Books. He lives in Cleveland, Ohio. He is currently at work on a novel. 


Details: Generative Fiction Workshop - March 2023 takes place Thursdays March 2, March 9, March 16, March 23, March 30, and April 6 from 7-9pm remotely through Zoom.

Genre: Fiction

Level: All levels are welcome.

Format: Craft and generative workshop with writing in and outside of class.

Location: This class takes place remotely online via Zoom.

Size: Limited to 12 participants (including scholarships).

Suggested Sequence: Follow this class with a craft and/or generative nonfiction workshop, a feedback course, or a publishing course.

Scholarships: Two scholarship spots are available for this class for writers in Northeast Ohio. Apply by December 1.

Cancellations & Refunds: Cancel at least 48 hours in advance of the first class meeting to receive a full refund. Email

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