Join story development editor Lynn Auld Schwartz to discover how flash fiction and flash memoir (6 -1,000 words) result in big impact writing. When crafted well, these little gems can take a reader’s breath away, exposing unexpected truths and insights. Many literary magazines look for quality work in this genre, but Schwartz has also observed that students and clients practicing the micro form become better writers overall. In addition, short form techniques can be applied to create powerful chapters for a novel or full-length memoir.
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Lynn Auld Schwartz, a story development editor and ghostwriter, guides clients to discover their stories and tell them well. She founded the Temple Bar Literary Reading Series in NYC, received two Individual Artist Awards in Fiction from the Maryland State Arts Council and a Literary Arts Annie Award from the Arts Council of Anne Arundel County. Schwartz has taught creative writing at a variety of venues including St. John’s College and The Writer’s Center. You can contact Lynn through her website https://www.writerswordhouse.com/.