Short story course with Bjarte Breiteig
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A well-written short story can provide an intense and unforgettable reader experience. How can you achieve the concentrated writing style that the novel requires? The course runs over three Monday nights and is a combination of thematic teaching and text review. We look at examples from different traditions and review each other's texts. Suitable for anyone who has tried or wants to try the short story!
Bjarte Breiteig (b. 1974) is one of the country's most critically acclaimed short story writers and has been named one of the most important young literary voices of the last decade. He has written three short stories: "Phantom Pain" (1998), "Surrogates" (2000) and "People have begun to knock" (2006). All have been praised by an overall critic corps, he has been nominated for the Brage Prize and has received a number of literary awards. He debuted as a novelist with "My Five Years as a Father" in 2014. Breiteig has been the head of the Aschehoug School of Writing and has long experience as a writing course holder, including from the Academy of Fine Arts and author studies in Bø and Tromsø.
The course runs over three Monday nights in the fall of 2019: October 28, November 4 and November 11, 18-22 every day
Up to 9 participants. Registration deadline: October 14.