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Goonan to teach Writing Short Fiction at Georgia Tech January-May 2011

I’m going to be teaching a writing course at Georgia Tech next semester. Of course, you have to be enrolled at Tech in order to take the class, but people have been asking, so I thought I would post it here. It will be a lot of work, but if you are really interested in writing, I promise that it will be worthwhile.

Short fiction writing class taught by award-winning author offered next semester.

LCC 3234: Creative Writing, or, Writing the Short Story

Award-winning author Kathleen Ann Goonan (www.goonan.com) will teach the art of writing short fiction winter semester at Georgia Tech. Goonan has published six novels and over thirty-five short stories. She has taught writing in many venues, including the Clarion West Writer’s Workshop.

Class size is limited to 18 students. Admission is by permit only, based on evaluation of submitted material. Each class member will write several short stories over the course of the semester. Students will critique, in class, the work of other students, so it is a reading-heavy as well as a writing-heavy class. We will concentrate on character, plot, and language, which will engage the class in various aspects of theory and craft.

To apply, send 3-5 pages of double-spaced fiction in Word or .pdf to kathleen.goonan@lcc.gatech.edu or kathleen@goonan.com. Class admission will be determined by November 15th.

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