Extremely brief fiction – including the dribble (50 words) and the drabble (100 words) – goes under the umbrella term “flash fiction”, and is now practised by accomplished writers such as Lydia Davis, Etgar Keret and Margaret Atwood. Local exponent Frankie McMillan, longlisted for the 2017 Ockham New Zealand Book Awards leads a discussion on its characteristics and sets writing exercises to hone the art of brevity.
Limited to a maximum of 40 participants.
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