Writing Short Stories from First Sentence to Publication
8 Wednesdays, April 13 – June 1
6:30 - 9:00 p.m.
This is an intensive eight-session writing class. Each student is expected to write approximately 2,000 – 7,000 words a week and produce a portfolio of 2 – 5 short stories. During the first four weeks students plot short stories and write them to completion. The second half of the class is devoted to editing and revising one story from the student’s portfolio. Students will learn to edit their own work and to receive and give constructive criticism. At the end of class students submit their polished stories to literary or genre markets. In addition to preparing for submission to traditional markets, we'll go through the process of self-publishing. Class will compile and produce a book of short stories as a final project.
Class fee of $205 includes these production costs.
This class is taught in Bellevue at Bellevue College’s new North Campus
Questions? Contact Lois@LoisBrandt.com.
Register at the Bellevue College Continuing Education Website.