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“The stories in A New Race of Men from Heaven move elegantly between the ache of loneliness and the grace of connection, however fleeting.” —Danielle Evans, author of The Office of Historical Corrections
Kirk Wilson’s Out of Season reminds us that the supernatural is in our marrow, in stories that are at once unruly, intelligent, funny, consecrated, doomed, and rich with plants and animals. They feel a lot like the world right now, and they’re exquisite.” —Paul Lisicky, author of Later: My Life at the Edge of the World
In March, we’ll be joined by authors Chaitali Sen and Kirk Wilson to discuss the craft of writing short fiction through the lens of their latest short story collections.
Whether you’re just starting to explore the world of short fiction or you’re well on your way to putting together a collection of your own (or someplace in-between), join us for this opportunity to hear from two writers who have received critical acclaim for their craft. We’ll dive into the art of the short story, including what makes for compelling short fiction, the tools writers can use to accomplish memorable short stories, what it takes to put together a collection, and more.
If you have questions about the craft of writing short fiction, please consider sharing them with us ahead of time – you can fill out this simple Google form. We’ll also leave time for questions during the event.
We’re encouraging all attendees to read one story by each of our featured authors. These stories will be referenced during the conversation. Here are links to “The Catholics” by Chaitali Sen and “Tapioca” by Kirk Wilson.
Buy our panelists books and support indie bookstores! You can find our March Third Thursday booklist here.
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