Mondays, March 20th - April 24th, 2023
6:30pm - 8:30pm ET, Zoom

Application Deadline: Monday, February 13th

In this six-week workshop with One Story author Christine Vines, participants will workshop a short story or novel excerpt. In-class exercises and examples of published work will instruct and inspire. Craft discussions will delve into voice, structure, character, perspective, dialogue, and narrative tension for what makes a story tick. The class will meet and discuss student work once a week on Zoom starting Monday, March 20th. Tuition includes a 30-minute independent meeting with the instructor.

We are seeking writers who are looking to hone their craft and are excited to learn from each other In this six-week workshop with One Story author Christine Vines, participants will workshop a short story. In-class exercises and examples of published work will instruct and inspire. Craft discussions will delve into voice, structure, character, perspective, dialogue, and narrative tension for what makes a story tick. The class will meet and discuss student work once a week on Zoom starting Monday, March 20th. Tuition includes a 30-minute independent meeting with the instructor.and the instructor in an intimate and supportive environment. Workshop participants will be selected based on the strength of their writing sample and personal statement. We are only accepting applications via Submittable.This workshop is open to fiction writers 21 years of age and older. The deadline to apply for the workshop is Monday, February 13th, at 11:59pm ET. Please send in your application, which should consist of a personal statement and a manuscript (either a short story or novel excerpt of 5000 words or less) of what you would like to workshop, via Submittable. No short story excerpts, please.

We are seeking writers who are looking to hone their craft and are excited to learn from each other and the instructor in an intimate and supportive environment. Participants will be selected based on the strength of their writing sample and personal statement. Workshops are capped at 10 students.

Christine Vines is a fiction writer from Wichita, KS. Her work has appeared in One Story, BOMB, Electric Literature, The Chicago Tribune, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, and other publications. Her writing has received support from the Nelson Algren Literary Award, the Steinbeck Center, the Carson McCullers Center, the Hambidge Center, the Joshua Tree Highlands Artists Residency, the Key West Literary Seminar, and elsewhere. She has taught at Cornell University, San José State University, and the Telluride Association. She currently teaches creative writing at Vassar College.

This workshop is open to fiction writers 21 years of age and older. The deadline to apply for the workshop is Monday, February 13th, at 11:59pm ET. There is a non-refundable $10 application fee. Detailed application guidelines follow in this application.

For more information on the workshop and what it entails, please visit our website.

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