Mastering the short story form requires a writer to look closely at their prose, considering each chosen word as a vital component of the whole. In this masterclass we will find new potential in our writing by taking a close look at the technical elements of the craft, such as point of view, character and managing time in prose. By using short writing exercises designed to take us out of our comfort zone we will explore the new possibilities of the short story form
Book your ticket here. (All tickets include a £4 voucher redeemable in our online shop.)
This ticket gives you access to the 1.5 hour live masterclass, the recording of the event, and any materials shared, for one month after the event.
*If you are unable to attend live, you can email us any questions you’d like to ask Vanessa during the Q&A.*
We have 3 free/pay what you can spaces for low-income writers. If the ticket price means you are unable to attend this class, please select this option (no need to email to request one).
About Vanessa Onwuemezi:
Vanessa Onwuemezi is a writer living in London. She is the winner of The White Review Short Story Prize in 2019 and her work has appeared in literary and art magazines, including Granta, Frieze and Prototype. Her debut story collection, Dark Neighbourhood, was published in 2021 and was named one of the Guardian‘s Best Books of 2021. It was shortlisted for both the Republic of Consciousness Prize and the Edge Hill Prize in 2022. Her short story Green Afternoon was shortlisted for the BBC National Short Story Award 2022.