• December 7, 2021
          Maxine Scates and Joseph Millar
          December 8, 2021
          One Page Wednesday: December
          December 9, 2021
          “Is That A Real Poem Or Did You Just Make It Up?” : Bagley Wright Lecture Series
          December 14, 2021
          The Moth Mainstage in Portland
  • Box Office
Loading Events
Virtual Event Virtual Event
Virtual Event
Event Categories:

,

First Draft Fiction

January 29 - March 5, 2022
Saturdays, 10:00 a.m. to noon Pacific Time (six sessions)
online via zoom

$285

This class is ideal for writers who have some experience of craft and would like to gain momentum on their manuscript (either a short story collection or a novel). Students will work on their fiction to create up to 70 additional pages for their manuscript and complete a close read of a work of fiction.

Text:

The Best Short Stories 2021: The O. Henry Prize Winners (The O. Henry Prize Collection)

Access Program
We want our writing classes and Delves to be accessible to everyone, regardless of income and background. We understand that our tuition structure can present obstacles for some people. Our Access Program offers Delve registrations at a reduced rate. The access program for writing classes covers 60% of the class tuition. Most writing classes have at least one access spot available.

Please apply here for access rate tuition. Contact Susan Moore at susan@literary-arts.org if you have questions.

Tickets

The numbers below include tickets for this event already in your cart. Clicking "Get Tickets" will allow you to edit any existing attendee information as well as change ticket quantities.
First Draft Fiction
$ 285.00

Radhika Sharma

Radhika Sharma is the author of Parikrama, a collection of short stories and Mangoes for Monkeys, a novel. Radhika has been writing for over two decades and her byline has appeared in several publications including The San Francisco Chronicle, The San Jose Mercury News, India Currents, Tri City Voice and others. One of Radhika’s stories, "Just a Photograph", was showcased by Kearny Street Workshop in APAture 2013; another story Daddy Cool was published by The Santa Clara Review.
Read more