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This two week workshop on writing the brief essay (1000 words or less) will help you generate new material and guide you--through peer and instructor reviews--through the process of polishing an essay for publication. We'll also discuss how to submit essays and identify likely markets for each student's polished work. Each student will leave the class with one polished piece either ready or nearly ready for submission and a list of likely markets for that piece.
Sarah Einstein, the workshop leader, is the author of Mot: A Memoir (University of Georgia Press 2015), which was awarded the AWP Series Prize in Creative Nonfiction, and of Remnants of Passion (Shebooks 2014). Her essays and short stories have previously appeared in PANK, Ninth Letter, Sixfold, The FIddleback, and The Sun. Her work has been awarded a Pushcart Prize, a Best of the Net, and notable essay status in Best American Essays. She is currently a PhD candidate at Ohio University, where she teaches introductory and intermediate creative nonfiction classes, and a workshop leader at Hippocamp and Iota: The Conference of Short Prose. She is the Special Projects editor, and past Managing Editor, of Brevity, the flagship journal for brief creative nonfiction.