Announcing New Fall Lineup of Writing Workshops from Electric Literature and Catapult

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Want to study the craft of writing with some of the most exciting emerging literary authors in NYC? In conjunction with our partner Catapult, Electric Literature is pleased to present a series of writing classes, workshops and craft intensives. We’ve created the kind of classes we wish we could have taken when we were starting out. All classes will be held in New York City, and are open to passionate and engaged writers of fiction looking to finesse their craft and join a community of like-minded peers.

Fiction workshops include “Establishing the Novel” with Kathleen Alcott, “Character — A Story’s Engine” with Angela Flournoy, and “Kraftwerk” with Marie-Helene Bertino.

Nonfiction workshops include “The Stage & the Page” with Tim Manley, “Essay Means to Try” with Chelsea Hodson, and “Writing Great Essays for the Web” with Ashley Ford.

Check out the full list of classes and application process here. Space is limited.

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