Invitations, Echoes and Explanations: Great Fiction Titles
Great titles come in many forms. Some are so intriguing, so wildly unusual/witty/powerful that you simply HAVE to read the story they’re attached to. Others sit quietly above a flash echoing the heart of the story, drawing you back to subtle but vital details, revealing something new when you go back to the start – as we do with a really good story. Others foretell/explain/position all are integral. In this two-hour session we’ll look at examples of titles that work had and work well, discuss our own experiences of ‘title wrangling’ and do some exercises that explore different ways to find the right titles for our stories.
Date Saturday, April 23, 11 AM EST / 4 PM BST
Anika Carpenter is a British writer based in Brighton, UK. Her work has been shortlisted for the Bridport Flash Fiction Prize and the Bath Flash Fiction Prize and published by Ellipsis Zine, Molotov Cocktail and TSS, Weird Christmas and more. As co-creator of the artist-led project Accident & Emergence she has hosted ‘creative speed dating’ for collaborating writers and poets, and camping retreats where writers, poets, artists, dancers, filmmakers and musicians gathered to share their work and ideas. Find her at anikacarpenter.com or on Twitter @StillSquirrel
Want to register? Sign up for my mailing list and you’ll be notified when registration opens in February.