Lynn Hutchinson Lee

Thursday, April 13th @ 7 pm EST

Flash Fiction Writers Panel

We’ll be talking with the profoundly published Bruce Meyer and multidisciplinary artist and writer Lynn Hutchinson Lee about writing Flash Fiction. Join us to learn why they think it’s beneficial for writers of all genres to use micro and flash fiction writing to hone their skills. As always, Stick around for Open Mic, where we get to experience local talent, and you get to share your work.

Bruce Meyer

Bruce Meyer is the author of more than 70 books of poetry, short stories, flash fiction, and non-fiction. His most recent works of flash fiction are Sweet Things (Mosaic Press), the forthcoming Zebra Crossing (Mosaic Press), and the landmark anthology, This Will Only Take a Minute (co-edited with Michael Mirolla, Guernica Editions) which featured work by 80 Canadian flash writers. He lives in Barrie, Ontario, teaches at Georgian College, and as a current recovering transplant patient encourages everyone to sign their donor card.

He has a new book of poems forthcoming on April 22 in Toronto, called Church Grammar.

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Lynn Hutchinson Lee

Lynn Hutchinson Lee is a multidisciplinary artist/writer living in Toronto, Ontario. She worked and exhibited widely as a visual/installation artist for several decades before switching her focus to writing.
An excerpt from her unpublished novel Nightshade was first place winner in the 2022 Joy Kogawa Award for Fiction. She won the Editors’ Choice for best flash in Guernica Editions’ anthology This Will Only Take a Minute: 100 Canadian Flashes. Her writing appears in Room; Wagtail: the Roma Women’s Poetry Anthology (Butcher’s Dog, U.K.); Food of My People and Cli Fi: Canadian Tales of Climate Change (both from Exile Editions, Canada); Romani Women in Canada: Spectrum of the Blue Water (Inanna, Canada); Stone to Stone: Writing by Romani Women (forthcoming, Propertius Press, U.S.); and elsewhere. She is currently co-editing the anthology Through the Portal: Stories from a Hopeful Dystopia, forthcoming from Exile Editions, 2024.

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