Few people know the literary publishing market the way Ella Peary does. As a long-time literary journal reviewer and editor at Authors Publish, her breadth of knowledge about publishing in literary journals is likely unmatched.
When we asked her to lead a writing and publishing workshop for us, she chose one of her favorite forms of writing: Flash fiction.
Not only is writing flash fiction a wonderful way to hone your skill as a writer, there are many opportunities to get flash fiction published.
The course is scheduled for March 9th to April 3rd. It will be held online.
The course will include:
The course is not currently open for enrollment. Join the priority waiting list, to get the first chance at joining the course. (Most of our courses sell out quickly.)
Internationally published author and editor, Ella Peary, was six years old when she started writing flashes, and she hasn't stopped since. After earning a Master of Fine Arts degree in writing from Sarah Lawrence College, she lived abroad in a monastery for five years where she served as an editor for Darshan Press and Inword Publishers.
She's edited writing published in The Huffington Post, and a number of full-length manuscripts she's edited have receive major international awards, including The Best Graphic Novel of the Year (Comics Finlandia), The Montaigne Medal, and The National India Excellence Awards.
She is an editor at Authors Publish Magazine, where she produces weekly reviews of literary journals. She is also columnist at Ruminate.
Her writing is frequently translated for publication in Ananda, one of Europe's best-selling yoga magazines. She is the author of The Author's Publish Quick Start Guide to Flash Fiction. Ella Peary is her pen name.
When does the workshop start?
The course will is scheduled for March 9th to April 3rd. It will be held entirely online. Lessons are released weekly, so students can work on their own pace. Feedback and interaction with the instructor and fellow students is included in the digital learning platform hosted by Thinkific.
How much is tuition?
Full tuition for most of our courses is $497. For those who enroll early, we typically offer a small discount.
Should I join this course if I have never written flash fiction?
This course is for writers who want to hone their craft, as well as find new opportunities to get published. If you are open to writing short-fiction, then this course may be a good fit. Keep in mind that this workshop does not directly cover poetry, non-fiction, or longer fiction.