Learn ways to write well and increase your chances of publication.
Jul 6, 2020 - Jul 16, 2020
Workshop Fee: $895
Class Size: 6
Note: This Class will be held in an online format using the Zoom Platform.
Class meets July 6, July 8, July 10, July 14, July 16, 2020
Writing is a two-fold process. Every writer understands that they must write well, but that’s only half the story. Publishing a novel, short story, or piece of flash fiction requires insight into the publishing industry.
Learn ways to write well and increase your chances of publication. As a writer, learn the must-know techniques to create fiction that grabs readers from the very first line. Learn the different avenues available for publication and how to connect with people who present stories to the general public. As you complete this course, leave with a better understanding of how professional writers succeed in creating fiction that is widely read.
10:30am-12pm: Welcome and conversation
12-3pm- Assignment and one-on-one’s available
3-5pm: review of student work, feedback and critiques
Instructor: Maurice Carlos Ruffin
Maurice Carlos Ruffin is the winner of the Iowa Review Fiction Award, the So to Speak Journal Short Story Award, and the William Faulkner Competition for Novel in Progress. Maurice's first novel, We Cast A Shadow, is published by Random House in 2019.