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Desire as Craft in Short Fiction (NEC/SAT-3W)

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Native Education College

237 East 5th Avenue

Vancouver, BC V5T 1H2

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Explore desire as a craft element, to bring more intimacy, urgency, and possibility into your prose.

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Event Type: Workshop

Event Code: NEC/SAT-3W

Venue: Native Education College, Classroom

Cost: $15***

Desire is the experience of possibility, the burn of anticipation. Longing is the singular vision of what you can’t have. We often conflate the two but only one creates room for a more radical imagination. This generative class facilitated by Corinne Manning will explore desire as a craft element to bring more intimacy, urgency, and possibility into your prose. Mentor texts will include Audre Lorde, Samantha Hunt, and Carmen Maria Machado.

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Native Education College

237 East 5th Avenue

Vancouver, BC V5T 1H2

Canada

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Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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