Saturday, June 24, 11am 6pm
An intensive day long workshop devoted to refining your work-in-progress. Discussions will focus on redrafting, jump-starting and troubleshooting, discussion about elements of prose, group critiques and personal advice from instructor. An engaging, supportive environment for serious published or unpublished writers who want critical feedback and suggestions on their fiction.
Participants must submit over email up to 20 pages of chapters/short stories/prose excerpts by Friday June 2nd. The instructor and fellow participants will receive copies of your work in advance for thoughtful criticism. Your email submission will be acknowledged. Class filled on rolling basis.
$125 general, $100 members. Please call 212.494.0061 to register. Limited to 12 students.
@ the Workshop
16 West 32nd, 10th Floor
New York City
Alexander Chee’s first novel, Edinburgh (Picador), won the Asian American Literary Award, the Michener and the Lambda. He is a recent the recipient of a Whiting Writers Award and a fellowship from the NEA in fiction. His essays and stories are anthologized in The M Word, TakeOut, Loss Within Loss, and Boys Like Us, among others, and he has taught writing at Wesleyan University, the New School and Goddard College. He begins as Amherst College’s Visiting Writer in the fall of this year. His new novel, The Queen of the Night, is forthcoming from Houghton Mifflin in 2007.