“I have seen many perform their written work over the last forty years, but it is easy to say that Honor Molloy, on the page or in person, is one of the very best I have ever experienced.”
– Stanley Crouch, critic, columnist, novelist
Enjoy a day discussing your fiction, connecting with fellow writers and learning strategies to address how to face open mics.
Honor Molloy will lead a writing and storytelling workshop for fiction writers. In this class, writers will explore several aspects of the short story in a craft discussion and get their creative juices flowing with writing exercises and prompts. This workshop will also be focused on reading your writing in public, which can bring awareness to the tone, pacing and word choice of your story. Participants should come to the workshop with a completed story, ready to be shared with the group. Honor Molloy will offer writers tips and give each person a chance to rehearse with an audience of fellow writers to gain concentration and confidence.
For new and practicing writers. Limited to 15 students.
Fee: $50 non-member of IAC / $45 IAC member, senior or student under 16