Short Stories with Liz Prato

A good short story excites and satisfies its readers, keeping them engaged long after the last word. In this craft-oriented workshop, we'll critique your short fiction in progress, and give close readings to work by modern masters of the form. Whether you're a novelist, memoirist, journalist or good ole' short story scribe, this class will make you a better writer by strengthening your understanding of character, scene, and the ever-elusive story arc. We will use the literary story as our guide, but all genres are welcome.

Teacher: Liz Prato
Time:  Fridays, 10am - 12pm, April 5 - May 10, 6 weeks
Location: Attic Institute, 4232 SE Hawthorne Boulevard
Fee: $242 (cash/check); $250 (credit card)
Register at: The Attic
About Liz: Liz Prato likes stories, real and imagined. Her own stories and essays have appeared in nearly two dozen journals and magazines, including Hayden's Ferry Review, ZYZZYVA, Los Angeles Review, Iron Horse Literary Review and Hunger Mountain. She likes to learn and she likes to teach at The Attic, Willamette Writers, Oregon Writers' Colony, Wordstock and Indigo Editing. Want to know more? Check out

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