Speculative fiction empowers you to understand other perspectives. It encourages a response in fiction to sometimes real-world themes, like climate change, technology, societal dysfunction, and the crucial what if? In this online feedback clinic that runs over five months, author Eugen Bacon will offer you feedback on your short story or excerpt of a longer work of fiction, enabling you to hone your work with believable worlds and robust characters in convincing speculative fiction.
- When: Starts 18 July. Pieces of up to 1500 words due 21 July, 25 August, 22 September, 27 October, 24 November.
- Where: Online
- With: Eugen Bacon
About the Tutor
Eugen Bacon is an African Australian author of novels, short stories and prose poetry. She’s a 2022 World Fantasy Award finalist, and was honoured in the 2022 Otherwise Fellowships for ‘doing exciting work in gender and speculative fiction’. Danged Black Thing received an Otherwise Award honour as a ‘sharp collection of Afro-Surrealist work’. Eugen has two novels, a novella and three anthologies (ed) coming out in 2023, including Serengotti, and Danged Black Thing (US).