Tyrese L. Coleman
November 12 @ EST 10:30 am - 12:30 pm$40
Flash fiction and flash nonfiction are highly popular yet sometimes misunderstood genres. A common misconception is that flash is easy to write because it is short (1,000 words or fewer). But creating a successful piece of flash requires effort and practice. This workshop introduces you to what makes flash work as narrative– the form and tenets of flash– and provides you with an opportunity to read flash from authors accomplished in the genre.
How to Sit: A Memoir in Stories and Essays, by Tyrese L. Coleman
Tyrese L. Coleman is the author of the story and essay collection How to Sit (Mason Jar Press, 2018), a 2019 Pen Open Book Award finalist, and Spectacle, forthcoming from One World. Writer, wife, mother, attorney, and writing instructor, her essays and stories have appeared in several publications, including Washington Post Magazine, Black Warrior Review, Literary Hub, Parents Magazine, Kenyon Review, and noted in Best American Essays 2016 and 2108. She is an alumnus of the Writing Program at Johns Hopkins University. Find her at tyresecoleman.com or on twitter @tylachelleco.
This virtual class with Tyrese L. Coleman is streamed via Zoom. Capacity is limited to 12.