Brooklyn, NY • 2014-03-14 7:00 PMJoin APS contributors Maud Casey & Melissa Pritchard in conversation with Brigid Hughes at BookCourt in Brooklyn.
163 Court Street
Brooklyn, New York • Eight Mondays (March 31–May 19) | 7:00–9:30PM
Apply to participate in a fiction writing intensive with award-winning author and APS contributing editor Fiona Maazel. This two-month class is a chance for you to present, hone, and refine your work. This class will focus exclusively on your fiction with a mind towards diagnosing problems and offering up solutions. You'll talk about craft—what's effective and what's not—and how best to use what tools are available to you as writers. Depending on the class size, everyone will workshop at least twice.
To apply, please send a brief personal statement (no more than 250 words) that explains what you hope to gain from the class and a bit about your background as a writer to email@example.com.
323 Dean Street
Brooklyn, New York 11217
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