Finish in a Flash!
If you enjoy writing from prompts, chances are you have many interesting, funny, moving, complex, lovely pieces—that you haven’t finished!
Never fear—author Sophfronia Scott will help you develop the work to completion. Bring one of your incomplete beauties (or not-so beauties) to this class and by the end of the sessions you will have a polished piece of flash fiction or non-fiction to submit for publication (800 words, max). We’ll even research journals/websites that might be a good fit for your piece.
Come, have fun, and get your words out into the world!
Sophfronia’s latest novel is Unforgivable Love (William Morrow). She’s also the author of an essay collection, Love’s Long Line, from Ohio State University Press’s Mad Creek Books and a memoir, This Child of Faith: Raising a Spiritual Child in a Secular World, co-written with her son Tain, from Paraclete Press. Her essays, short stories, and articles have appeared in Killens Review of Arts & Letters, Saranac Review, Numéro Cinq, Ruminate, Barnstorm Literary Journal, Sleet Magazine, NewYorkTimes.com, More, and O, The Oprah Magazine. Her essay “Why I Didn’t Go to the Firehouse” is listed among the Notables in Best American Essays 2017.
Read more about Sophfronia here.