Join us Monday or Tuesday for the Step into Stories workshops with Bruce Holland Rogers.

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Monday, July 17 at the Springfield Public Library or Tuesday, July 18 at the Eugene Public Library.


About Bruce Holland Rogers: Bruce has published fiction in a variety of genres, traditions, and lengths, winning national and international awards for literary fiction, science fiction, fantasy, horror, and mystery fiction. He is best known, however, as a prolific writer of very short fiction, with over 400 pieces of flash fiction to his credit. His stories have been translated into more than two dozen languages, including some rather unlikely ones such as Pasto and Latvian. He was a founding faculty member in fiction at the Northwest Institute for Literary Arts where one of his favorite courses was a survey of very short literature in prose: flash fiction, prose poem, and flash nonfiction (or “truebit”). He has lived in Eugene since 1996 and has taught or done research for his writing in England, Finland, Hungary, and Japan. He contributed two prose pieces to the first generation of “Step Into Stories.”

Interested in submitting a story for the Step into Stories contest? Click here for more information on submission requirements and to submit your story.