LitFest 2017 – Flash Nonfiction: Learn to Write (Powerful) Teeny-Tiny True Stories

Join Third Verb on October 22, when we join forces with Edmonton’s premier nonfiction festival. This hour-and-a-half long workshop takes place at the Matrix Hotel downtown; during this session, participants will learn the art of writing teeny tiny true stories with author Jessica Kluthe.

Tickets are available through LitFest HERE$12 through Eventbrite or $15 at the door (space is limited).

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Third Verb is proud to announce it’s teaming up with LitFest on October 22 (1:00PM to 2:30PM) at the Matrix Hotel for Flash Nonfiction: Learn to Write (Powerful) Teeny-Tiny True Stories. This session will be led by our very own Jessica Kluthe.

Join Third Verb and learn how to distill your prose into powerful, lasting flash nonfiction. This popular form is the perfect place to sharpen your writing skills as it encourages experimentation and privileges language. In this two hour workshop, we will begin by exploring the flash form and discover how a story can be full and well-crafted in as little as 50 words. We will then learn techniques to create meaningful short, short stories, and try out these micro-tools by responding to writing prompts. After we have a feel for the form, we will spend some time writing and revising our own teeny-tiny true stories. Facilitated by Third Verb’s Jessica Kluthe. 

Visit LitFest Alberta for more information on Edmonton’s ten-day Nonfiction Festival.

Tickets can be purchased HERE through LitFest. $12 through Eventbrite or $15 at the door (space is limited).

 


 

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Jessica Kluthe holds a Master of Fine Arts in Writing from the University of Victoria and is a full-time writing instructor at MacEwan University. In 2013, she was named one of Avenue Magazine’s Top 40 Under 40. That same year, her book, Rosina, The Midwife, was published and landed on the Edmonton Journal’s list of best sellers for ten weeks. Jessica’s most recent story can be found in Nomfiction: a nonfiction anthology about food.aaaaaa fbicon

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