This workshop will focus on many genres of fiction writing, classic and contemporary. We’ll discuss structure, ideas, language and any challenges that you can have as a writer, whether you are a seasoned writer or one just starting out. We’ll focus on novels, but also incorporate the short story. With the understanding that fiction contains universal truths, we will look at pacing, voice, and the quality of the language in the hope of becoming sharper, more astute and nuanced readers and writers. I will bring an unbridled enthusiasm towards the books we discuss as well as workshopping and discussing works-in-progress.
About the instructor
MARK HABER is the Operations Manager and a bookseller at Brazos Bookstore. He has taught both middle and high school English. His first book of short stories, Deathbed Conversions, was published in 2008 by Summerfolk Press. These stories were translated into Spanish and published in a bilingual edition in 2017 as Melville’s Beard by Editorial Argonáutica. His first novel, Reinhardt’s Garden, will be published by Coffee House Press in October 2019. Mark’s criticism has been published in The Rumpus, LitHub and Music & Literature.
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