This generative one-day workshop is all about learning how to create credible weirdness in fiction. How do we convince someone that the future we've envisioned is real, the alien planet exists, those bowling zombies really do have their own league, and vampires will be competing in the next Olympics? The truth is out there. Students can expect to come away with one new, very weird but entirely convincing, story. No experience needed!
June 5: Scholarship Donation Day (Learn more.)
June 6: Member registration opens
June 13: General registration opens
Greg November is a short story writer, an English instructor at North Seattle College and Highline College, and a senior submissions reader for New England Review. He was a 2021 Jack Straw Writer, a finalist for the 2020 Curt Johnson Prose Award for Fiction, and runner-up for The Missouri Review's 2021 Miller Audio Prize. His stories have most recently appeared in Boulevard, Carve, Hawaii Pacific Review, Epiphany, 34th Parallel, 3Elements Review, and Juked, among other places. He has an MFA from UC, Irvine.