Stories of up to 1500 words due Wednesdays 20 February, 20 March, 17 April, 22 May, 19 June
You will learn:
- Honing authorial voice, while letting characters speak for themselves.
- Marathon vs sprint vs steeplechase: finding the right narrative mode for each story.
- Write to know: the integrality of research when writing beyond your comfort zone. (Don’t let your postcode limit your subject matter.)
- The sense of an ending: knowing when to walk away, knowing when to run.
- Where to read and be read. Become a familiar of literary publications in Australia and abroad.
About Josephine Rowe
Josephine Rowe is the author of two story collections and a novel, A Loving, Faithful Animal. Her writing has appeared in Meanjin, Overland, McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern, The Monthly, The Paris Review, Best Australian Stories, LitHub, and elsewhere. Rowe holds fellowships from the International Writing Program at The University of Iowa, the Wallace Stegner Program at Stanford University, and the BR Whiting fellowship, Rome. Her third collection of stories is forthcoming in 2019 with Black Inc. (AU) and Catapult (US).
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