Tuesdays, February 15th - March 22nd, 2022
7:00pm - 9:15pm ET, Zoom
Join author and publishing professional Martin Wilson for a 10-person online workshop focused on helping fiction writers craft polished short stories or novel excerpts through constructive feedback from the instructor and fellow classmates. Readings of published work will be assigned in addition to the workshop stories to illuminate craft elements and demonstrate different approaches to fiction writing. Class discussions will focus on craft and will aim to generate useful feedback for students wishing to further their creative development.
The class will meet and discuss student work once a week on Zoom starting Tuesday, February 15th through Tuesday, March 22nd. 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 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.
Martin Wilson is the author of the novels What They Always Tell Us (Delacorte, 2008) and We Now Return to Regular Life (Dial Books for Young Readers, 2017). Wilson's work has also appeared in Tin House, One Teen Story, and other publications. He has taught fiction writing at the University of Florida and at Mt. Holyoke College. He works as a publicist in book publishing and lives in New York City.
This workshop is open to fiction writers 21 years of age and older. The deadline to apply for the workshop is Monday, January 31st, 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.