Instructor: Robert Boucheron
$60 Members | $65 Nonmembers
Saturday, 6/23/18 | 1:00 PM – 4:30 PM
Flash fiction is prose less than 1000 words, with a definite story and sharply drawn characters. It can often be written in one or two sittings. We will analyze a few published examples, look at magazines that publish flash, engage in some writing exercises, read aloud, and comment. If it sounds a bit like theater improv, just say yes.
About the instructor: Robert Boucheron holds degrees in English and architecture from Harvard and Yale. From 1978 – 2016, he worked as an architect in New York and Charlottesville. He was in Elizabeth Bishop’s poetry writing class at Harvard and has attended fiction and nonfiction workshops at Sewanee Writer’s Conference, Chesapeake Writers Conference, and WriterHouse. Since 2011, he has published over 100 stories, essays, poems, book reviews, and feature articles in magazines including London Journal of Fiction, New Haven Review, Piedmont Virginian, Poydras Review, and Short Fiction.