The Sundress Academy for the Arts Workshop Series is excited to present a flash fiction workshop series led by Sundress editor Meagan Cass. This generative workshop series raises money for organizations supporting Black Lives in St. Louis. Come to just one, or two, or three, or all four! The second, “Flash Horror,” will take place on Tuesday, July 21st via Zoom from 7-8PM CST. Subsequent workshops will include Flash Fairy Tale (July 28), and a Sundress and StL Works-in-Progress Reading (August 1st).
Admission for this workshop is a receipt of at least a $10 donation to STL Mutual Aid, a network of organizers, healers, artists, community leaders, and every day people coming together to deliver food and supplies, provide financial solidarity, offer emotional support, and connect people to their neighbors. This workshop will be free for Black writers. Find out more and donate at https://stlmutualaid.org/.
In order to sign up, please email (email@example.com) or direct message Meagan on Instagram (@meagan_cass) or Twitter (@CassMeagan) within two days of the workshop.
Meagan Cass’ first full-length collection, ActivAmerica, won the Katherine Anne Porter Prize in Short Fiction, judged by Claire Vaye Watkins. Her flash fiction was selected for SmokeLong Quarterly’s The Best of the First Ten Years anthology and the Wigleaf Top 50. She is author of the chapbook Range of Motion (Magic Helicopter Press, 2014) and her stories have appeared in DIAGRAM, Mississippi Review, Joyland, Puerto del Sol and elsewhere. She teaches at University of Illinois Springfield and co-edits Craft Chaps at Sundress Publications. She lives in St. Louis.