New! Launching in May 2023, Second Sunday Readings will be offering poetry classes and writing workshops with seasoned poets and teachers. Stay tuned through summer of 2023 as we add more poetry classes and other exiting events!
Inaugural Class: Are You Calling Me a Liar?
Taught by Lannie Stabile
Thursday, May 18, 5pm PST/8pm EST
Class Info: Are you a liar? Are your pants on fire? Either way, if you like your flash fiction offbeat with a touch of humanity, come join us for a quirky generative workshop where we will read fabulist micro fiction and engage in short, related prompts to create our own fabulist stories.
Lannie Stabile (she/her), a queer Detroiter, won OutWrite’s 2020 Chapbook Competition in Poetry and was a back-to-back semifinalist for the Button Poetry Chapbook Contest. She was also named a 2020 Best of the Net finalist. In 2021, Cephalopress publisned her debut poetry full-length, Good Morning to Everyone Except Men Who Name Their Dogs Zeus. Her fiction debut, Something Dead in Everything, is now out with ELJ Editions. Find her on Twitter @LannieStabile or @NotALitMag, where she throws random writing contests and open mics.
Tuition for the class is sliding scale, ranging from $20 – $40: please pay what you can.
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Limited scholarships for poetry classes and writing workshops are available; please email [email protected] to request.