‘How To Write a Short Story’

Kurt Vonnegut, a prolific American writer of countless short stories and five plays, offers his best advice on writing short fiction – a genre similar in both style and form to the one act play.

Listen to Vonnegut in the first of July 2017’s Complimentary Readings, listing his best eight tips on writing short fiction. (Advice that could be helpful for that Fringe festival debut!)

Next Event: Monday July 3 at the Neon Parlour in Thornbury. Join us as we read through 3 one-act plays including Chekhov’s The Bear, J.M. Synge’s Riders to the Sea, and F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Mr. Icky. See you in July!


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