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September 10, 2009

Autumn Fiction Workshop

Lost Horse Press is pleased to present the Autumn Fiction Workshop featuring Stefanie Freele. The workshop will cover the Short-Short Story with a focus on Flash Fiction, and will be held at the Lost Horse Studio (105 Lost Horse Lane, Sandpoint, Idaho) on Friday, 18 September from 5 pm until 9 pm and on Saturday, 19 September from 10 am until 5 pm. $125 tuition includes dinner on Friday evening and lunch on Saturday. Workshop is limited to 12 students, who must pre-register by 10 September 2009. To register or for additional information, please contact Lost Horse Press at 208.255.4410 or email losthorsepress@mindspring.com.

Stefanie Freele’s workshop is open to the new, the curious and the comfortable short story writer. Freele’s goal is to explore and discuss examples of stellar flash fiction—primarily stories under 1000 words, fine-tune workshop pieces, ready stories for submission and discuss pathways to publication. Students will be asked to bring short works-in-progress and a sense of humor (also could be considered a work-in-progress). Prompts and free-writes will generate new and unexpected writing in a relaxed and supportive atmosphere.

Stefanie Freele is the author of the short story collection, Feeding Strays, published by Lost Horse Press (2009). Recent and forthcoming work can be found in Glimmer Train, American Literary Review, and Night Train. Her recent published flash fiction stories include: The Pedestal Magazine, Necessary Fiction, Boston Literary Review, Superstition Review, Wigleaf, Dogzplot, Literary Mama, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Frigg, Monkeybicycle, elimae, and Hobart.

Stefanie has an MFA from the Northwest In stitute of Literary Arts: Whidbey Writers Workshop. After serving as the 2008 Writer In Residence for SmokeLong Quarterly, she joined their editorial staff. Stefanie is also the Fiction Editor for the Los Angeles Review.