A writing sample is not necessary to apply for this workshop. Please fill out name, contact info, and writing/writing class experience fields below.
In this workshop, writers will learn how to manipulate the tools of fiction-writing (point-of-view, plot, characterizing detail, tone, etc.) to craft complete and unique stories that engage the reader. In-class critiques and exercises, as well as lectures and feedback from the instructor, are used to help students further develop their writing. This course is intended for writers with some writing experience who are looking to learn more about what makes a story, “a story.”
A private conference with the instructor is included.
Instructor: Maisy Card
Begins: January 7, 2020
Day/Time: Tuesdays 7:30pm – 9:30pm
Location: Park Slope
Maisy Card is the author of the debut novel These Ghosts are Family is forthcoming from Simon & Schuster in March 2020. Her writing has appeared in Lenny Letter, School Library Journal, Agni, Sycamore Review, Liars’ League NYC, and Ampersand Review. Her work has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Maisy was born in St. Catherine, Jamaica, but was raised in Queens, New York. She earned an MFA in fiction from Brooklyn College, an MLIS from Rutgers University and a BA in English and American Studies from Wesleyan University. She currently lives in Newark, NJ where she works as a public librarian.