SESSION 3:  Virtual Workshop: A Four-Week Generative Workshop with Libby Flores

SESSION 3: Virtual Workshop: A Four-Week Generative Workshop with Libby Flores

June 19th 2024 | 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

This is the third session of a four-part writing workshop.

How can a writer begin a story or get unstuck when they are in the middle of a draft? In this workshop, we will look specifically at (very short) stories to discover what captivates and arrests our attention and what resonates with a reader long after the last line is read. After we discuss examples in class you will be then given a series of writing prompts. Come ready to write and be inspired! Students will produce writing to start a new story or find fresh avenues into a work already in progress. You will receive in-class feedback from the instructor and your classmates. This class can work for fiction and non-fiction writers.

This virtual workshop will be held on Zoom on Wednesdays, June 5, 12, 19, & 26 at 6:00 ET.

Libby Flores's writing has appeared in One Story Magazine, The Kenyon Review, Gagosian Quarterly, American Short FictionPloughshares, Post Road Magazine, McSweeney’sTin House /The Open Bar, The Guardian, and The Los Angeles Review of Books. She is the Associate Publisher at BOMB Magazine and the 2024 guest fiction editor of the Bennington Review. She has taught creative writing workshops for the Sackett Writing Workshop, Tin House, One Story, Hub City Writers Project, Bennington Collegeand PEN America. She is currently a visiting faculty member at Bennington College. She lives in Brooklyn, but will always be a Texan. Libby is represented by Sarah Bowlin at Aevitas Creative Management. You can find her at

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