Exploring Imagery and Resonance in Flash and Short Fiction with Farhana Khalique


Exploring Imagery and Resonance in Flash and Short Fiction
What are the stories that stick with us? That make us want to reread them, just to linger over the lines? In this workshop with Farhana Khalique, we will explore different extracts and writing exercises that focus on unique imagery and building layers of resonance, with a view to developing our own stories. Farhana will also share some of her own writing processes and experiences of going from inspiration, to idea, to draft, to publication.

Date Saturday, February 12, 11 AM EST / 4 PM BST

About Instructor
Farhana Khalique is a writer, voiceover artist and teacher from south-west London. Her stories have appeared in the* National Flash Fiction Day Anthology 2021, Leicester Writes Short Story Prize Anthology 2020, Reflex Press, Lighthouse, Litro, Popshot and more. She is also the editor of Desi Reads and a submissions editor at SmokeLong Quarterly.

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