Taught by Meg Tuite
How do we clear up time in the average day, and use that window of time to get out of our own way so we can generate flash fiction/ short stories/ poems/ pieces of a novel? How can we arrive at a mindset where no idea is a bad idea, is a silly idea, is a worthless idea? This course will offer practical thoughts about how to write freewheeling first drafts, and how to approach the rewrites of those drafts in a more sober mindset. Participants will leave the workshop with at least two new pieces of work created, with the option to send a third piece to Bud Smith for closer comments on whatever their project is.
All materials for this course, including videos and readings, will be provided within each lesson.
While not required, we suggest that participants choose a book by Meg Tuite to read as it will enhance the content she provides and contextualize her perspective. Meg's books can be found on her Amazon page, here.