I was recently interviewed by all around exceptional human Christopher Romaguera for the Ploughshares blog. It was a pleasure speaking with Chris about my collection and my relationship to writing and Cuba 🇨🇺️
The date of my one-day class on how to put together and promote a successful story collection is nearing! I’m including the details of how the Cape Cod Writer’s Retreat works, as well as a link to the class itself.
Come spend a weekend at a historic Inn discussing fiction writing and story collections!
“Our 2015-2016 Writing Classes feature a variety of authors from many different writing genres. You’ll have a chance to meet the author at a wine and cheese reception on Friday night and classes are held Saturdays from
9 am to 5 pm with an hour break for lunch. Classes are held at the Inn At the Oaks in Eastham, MA and cost just $75/class.
When taking a class, we invite you to stay at the Inn in one of our beautiful writing rooms. Stay the weekend or stay a week. All class attendees get a 10% off room rates, and of course you are welcome to share a room with a friend. When you stay six days or more, you class is free. Please call the Inn at 508-255-1886 to book your class and room reservation.”
The retreat takes place in the offseason at the historic Inn At the Oaks. It’s a wonderful opportunity to stay at a beautiful place filled with artistic energy, meet with other writers, and take Saturday classes on several topics.
Please feel free to share with anyone who you think might be interested. It is recommended that you sign up for the class by contacting the Inn and making your reservation for the retreat as early as possible. Here’s the contact info:
I’m really excited to be teaching yet another class at GrubStreet this fall. It’s a one-day seminar about how to provide context in fiction without hurting your narrative’s momentum. More details are available on the link below. Please share!
Very happy to share that I’m going to be teaching at GrubStreet again in the fall! The link to the class is below. It’s meant for all levels of fiction writing.
Please share with anyone who might be interested!
There are still some spots available for the fiction workshop I’m teaching this summer at GrubStreet. It starts in just two weeks, so sign up or share with anyone who you think might be interested!
I’m excited to share that I’m going to be teaching a Fiction II class at Grub Street this summer. Details are available on this link: https://www.grubstreet.org/findaclass/class/fiction-ii-19-1-1-1/
It’s a semester-long course focusing on workshops of students’ stories. If you have friends or former students in the Boston area who might be interested, please let them know!
I’m really happy to be joining the Grub Street family as an instructor and helping writers improve their work!