Fiction Forms [Tiphanie Yanique]
All Levels | Fiction writers have not made as much intentional use of form — or we don’t know we’re doing it, don’t want other people to know we are doing it, or think that being in conversation with others might be reductive rather than productive. So what are the fiction forms? And what are fictional elements in the world that might be called upon as references for new written fictional forms? What new fiction forms does our culture need now? In this class, we will address these questions and find ways to answer them in our work.
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