Micro prose — stories told in 300 words or less — provides an opportunity for more, not less. Learn how this short but versatile form can amplify your creative nonfiction work (memoir, personal essay), even poetry and fiction.
We’ll look at examples of micro in the world, how you can begin writing micro right away, and submission opportunities as you ready your work for the world. Darien will share her methods for drafting, crafting, and revising micro prose.
If you’ve ever been curious about micro, now’s a great time to add this powerful form to your writer’s toolbox.
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DARIEN HSU GEE is the author of five novels published by Penguin Random House that have been translated into eleven languages. She recently served as Executive Editor for Nonwhite and Woman: 131 Micro Essays on Being in the World, which won the 2023 Silver IPPY award for Multicultural Nonfiction. Her collection of micro essays, Allegiance, won the 2021 Bronze IPPY award in the Essays category. Other awards include a 2019 Poetry Society of America Chapbook Fellowship award for Other Small Histories and the 2015 Hawai’i Book Publishers’ Ka Palapala Po’okela Award of Excellence for her craft book, Writing the Hawai’i Memoir. Darien is the recipient of a Sustainable Arts Foundation grant and a Vermont Studio Center fellowship. She teaches at Writer-ish.com (home of Micro Mondays and the Micro Memoir Workshop), as well as Hugo House and UCLA Extension.
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