ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 11 to 1:30pm to learn how to write and publish short stories. Spend the first half of the workshop using writing prompts to generate short story ideas. The second half will focus on how and where to place your short fiction. The fee for the workshop is $25.
Miriam Gershow is a novelist, short story writer and teacher. Her stories appear in The Georgia Review, Quarterly West, Black Warrior Review, Nimrod International Journal, The Journal, and Gulf Coast, among other journals. Miriam’s stories have been listed in the 100 Distinguished Stories of The Best American Short Stories 2007 and appeared in the 2008 Robert Olen Butler Prize Stories.
Miriam is the recipient of a Fiction Fellowship from the Wisconsin Institute for Creative Writing , as well as an Oregon Literary Fellowship.
She received her MFA from the University of Oregon. She taught fiction writing at the University of Wisconsin as well as descriptive writing to gifted high school students through Johns Hopkins University. She currently lives in Eugene with her husband and son, where she writes and teaches writing at the University of Oregon.
Saturday evening, Gershow will read from her new novel, The Local News, at 7pm at the Manzanita Writers’ Series at the Hoffman Center.
To register for the workshop, download the registration form at hoffmanblog.org. At the Hoffman Center (across from Manzanita Library at 594 Laneda Avenue. FMI: online or contact Kathie Hightower, 503-739-1505; firstname.lastname@example.org.