Workshop Story Publications

Factor FourIt’s been a great year for participants of Storied Imaginarium workshops. The Fall workshops for Intersections: Science Fiction, Fairy Tales and Myth are filling up fast.  There is only one seat open in the Thursday evening workshop (6:30-9 pm MST) and two seats open in the Tuesday mid-morning workshop (10 am-12:30 pm MST). The third workshop will most likely be held either Tuesday or Thursday afternoon, depending on participant availability.

In the meantime, enjoy these wonderful stories that originated in past workshops. Welcome to the Storied Imaginarium.

Other VoicesArabella and the Spiders” by KT Wagner, Factor Four Magazine: Issue 4, January 2019. (Intersections: Arachne Myth and Spiderwoman Stories & Cosmic Web Module)

“Urban Moon” by Mercedes Murdock Yardley, Other Voices, Other Tombs, edited by Brhel & Sullivan, July 2019.  (Monstrous Women: The Shifting Shapes of Animal Brides)

A Shake in Her Boneless Soul” by Cassandra Schoeber, Bone & Ink Lit Zine, July 2019. (Intersections: Snow White & Human Neuro-Reanimation)

Interzone“The Frog’s Prince; or, Iron Henry” by N.A. Sulway, Interzone #282, Jul.–Aug. 2019. (Intersections: Iron Henry & Invasive Species)

Within This Body of Stone I Scream” by Cassandra Schoeber, The Arcanist, August 2019. (Intersections: Golem Myths and Ancient Viruses & the Spark of Life)

“Beneath Her Skin” by KT Wagner, The Twisted Book of Shadows, edited by Christopher Golden and James A. Moore, October 2019. (Monstrous Women: Matriarchal Monsters and First Females)

not-all-monsters-v2.jpg“Unfettered” by Leslie Wibberley, Not All Monsters, edited by Sara Tantlinger, Forthcoming. (Intersections: Firebird & Bioluminescence)

“The Making of Asylum Ophelia” by Mercedes Murdock Yardley, Miscreations: Gods, Monstrosities & Other Horrors, edited by Doug Murano and Michael Bailey, Forthcoming. (Monstrous Women: The Female Descent into Hysteria and Madness)Miscreations

Registration opens July 15

nightingale1Registration for the Fall session of Intersections: Science Fiction, Fairy Tales and Myth opens on July 15. There will only be three sections available; time and day for workshops will be determined according to participant availability.

The Fall workshop will be ten weeks long and include six modules. The maximum word count will be 3,000 words for each module. The portfolio will include 2-3 revisions (10K max) and these sessions will take place over the course of two weeks. Workshops will begin the second week of September and will run through mid-November. There will be no workshop during the week of the World Fantasy Convention (Oct. 28-Nov. 3). The price is $500 with a 10% discount for returning participants.

goose girl 5The modules for Fall 2019 will be:

  • “The Goose Girl” & Future of Facial Recognition
  • “The Nightingale” & Automatons
  • “Pied Piper” & Viruses
  • Swan Maidens & Migratory Pathways
  • “Firebird” & Bioluminescence
  • “Hansel and Gretel” & Genetic Trauma

REGISTRATION: To save a seat for Intersections: Science Fiction, Fairy Tales and Myth, send an email request for an invoice to Carina Bissett at cmariebissett@gmail.com. The fee to attend the workshop is $500, payable to cmariebissett@gmail.com via PayPal. There is a $100 non-refundable deposit required to hold your spot with payment in FULL prior to the first class. Returning students receive a 10% discount. Space is limited.