Flash Fiction Workshop Begins
Creative Constraints: A Flash Fiction Workshop
5-week workshop starting 9/26
“Writing for the Screen” is a multi-week workshop that introduces students to the basics of writing a 5—8 page screenplay. Students will learn the building blocks of screenplay formatting, dramatic structure, character development, and the keys to making a thematic impact on an audience. Students will workshop their ideas with the class and receive verbal and written feedback on multiple drafts of their work. Screenwriters from all experience levels are welcome to attend and are encouraged to come to the class with three short screenplay ideas. Access to a computer with word-processing software or screenwriting software is recommended.
Scholarships are available for those with financial need. Apply here.
About instructor Eric Howerton
Eric Howerton is a writer and professor at OSU Stillwater. He holds a PhD in fiction and literature from the University of Houston, an MFA in fiction from the Pennsylvania State University, and has published short stories, flash, experimental work, restaurant reviews, and magazine features. He welcomes writers of all genres and levels to his workshop, and strives to create a space where authors feel inspired and encouraged to continue honing their craft.