In this series of online and offline workshops, we will look at flash fiction and other ultra short literary genres that reflect the quick pace of modern life with its emotions. We will read and discuss micro stories, essays and other literary forms and try our hands at simple creative writing exercises together.
On January 15, 2021 the workshop will be taught by Linor Goralik. Linor Goralik is a Russian-speaking writer, poet and an artist who lives between Tel-Aviv and Moscow. Her works include novels, poetry collections and collections of short prose, children’s books, non-fiction and art work. She has received a number of literary awards, including Josef Brodsky Scholarship and Triumph Youth Award.
The number of tickets is limited, so register soon. If you can’t attend, make sure to release your ticket a day before the workshop to give someone else a chance to attend.
Requirements: Upper-level English is expected from participants. Bring a pen, a notebook, and your enthusiasm.
Workshop is hosted by Denis Aksenov and Zamy Atlukhanova, AMC Volunteers.
Denis Aksenov is a founder of Funky Chekhov’s Society that aims at keeping up your English in a creative way while having some fun together. He is a current student of University of Massachusetts Liberal Arts program.
Zamy Atlukhanova is a literary enthusiast who loves reading books, discussing them, and writing something that can become a … book! Zamy holds an MA from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in Literary and Cultural Studies.
This class is hosted on Zoom, so if you are interested in joining, please create a Zoom account beforehand. When registering below, please submit your valid email address to receive a link to the class Zoom meeting 30 minutes before the session begins.
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