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Writing and editing Flash Fiction

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the Flash fiction series takes place at Cafe Retro, 18 York Street, Bath.

Wednesdays January 10th, 17th, 24th and 31st. February 7th, 21st, 28th, March 7th (Note: one week break for February half term)

12.00 pm — 2.00 pm

Cost: £96.

Flash fiction is fiction of 1000 words and under. Often writers of the form create pieces of 500 words or less. This short-short fiction is growing in popularity throughout the world. In this course, you’ll find out about and try out writing in the many styles of this genre and learn to polish and hone up your pieces ready to submit to magazines or competitions. Jude will give homework to encourage you to work on your fictions and in the second half of each session we’ll concentrate on editing your stories. (Five writers each week).

Limited to ten writers. We’ll have a short lunch break in the cafe half way through. The course is suitable for beginners or experienced writers.

For those of you keen on creating longer fiction we will look at how to create a sequence of stand-alone flash fictions with a narrative arc that can build in to a novella or novel in flash.

Other flash events with Jude — One day ‘Flashathon’ ,November 25th in Bristol 10.00 am — 4.00 pm. A day to create lots of drafts with all sorts of different prompts. And a flash fiction ‘noir’ evening of readings. Six readers reading at St James Wine Vaults, Bath. Same day, 25th November in the evening. 7.30 pm — 9.30 pm. More details bathflashfictionaward.com under ‘Events’.

Jude judehiggins.com is a keen flash fiction writer and has won or been placed in many different flash fiction contests and been widely published in magazines and anthologies. Most recently, she was shortlisted for the 2017 Bridport Flash Fiction Prize. Her debut flash fiction pamphlet. The Chemist’s House was published by V Press in June, 2017. She organises the international Bath Flash Fiction Award and directed the first ever Flash Fiction Festival in Bath in 2017. The second Flash Fiction Festival will take place in Bristol in July 2018.

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