If you’re looking for a practical, hands-on course to help you sharpen your burgeoning practice of fiction, Bookninja Magazine Editor Kathryn Kuitenbrouwer will be teaching Short Fiction II this winter at U of T.
This is a workshop for budding writers with short stories they want to share and improve. Classes combine instruction on the basic elements of fiction: plot, character, point of view and language, alternated with short, timed writing exercises for cutting through blocks and summoning inspiration. One hour of each class is devoted to workshop time, where individual stories are shared and critiqued. Receive individual and constructive feedback in a fun and supportive environment.
This is a space for the writer who wants to open the tool box, figure out how things work, and maybe get the perspective of others on their work so far. The course is required for the Creative Writing Certificate at U of T, and workshop participants can submit their work to the university’s creative writing awards. Course starts very soon, so sign up now.