How does a good idea for a story become a completed and publishable short story? By drafting and revising…and revising…and revising. Writing a short story is craftwork, which means working and reworking the story and the prose until it’s just right. One of the secrets to reworking is quality feedback from other writers who can point out what works in a story—and what doesn’t. If you have a short story that you’d like help revising and polishing, and you enjoy giving and receiving helpful critique, please join us. Note: This workshop meets 5 Wednesdays; January 15, 22, & 29 and February 5 & 12.
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This workshop is open to Charlotte Lit members only. To join or learn more about membership, visit charlottelit.org/join.