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“For most of my life, I’ve had high expectations–of people, of employers, of service providers–and often wind up disappointed. Katey has restored my faith. She WAY over-delivers. I got writing prompts, but I also got detailed feedback, encouragement and gentle criticism. I got an honest-to-God teacher, mentor and coach for every lesson delivered in the course. Next, I’m going to enroll in her five-week “Into the Flash” class this spring. If you want to write short stories or essays, THIS is the place to start.” ~ Page Leggett

“This e-course is very clearly presented, inspiring, and fun. I wrote three stories and feel encouraged to continue writing flash. Amazing feedback from the instructor…everything I hoped for and more! Well worth $27.” 

      -Larry Lenherz


“I enjoyed every bit of this e-course! Your prompts and email feedback gave me new angles to consider and helped me identify important pitfalls and basics. The lessons helped me learn how to close the gap between the ideas I intend to express, and what the reader is actually able to glean from my writing.”

      -Sharon Angel

Learn what makes a story impactful, benefit from prompts, gain critical reading skills, and study noteworthy examples. My teaching style sets Flash in a Flash apart because I embed my teaching methodology into every prompt, setting you up for learning that lasts. Whether you’re already published, just experimenting, a curious poet, or actively building your skills, this e-course is for you.

Flash is one of the most popular genres being written and published today. Lessons are delivered to your inbox once a day, for 5 days, and include task lists and full email access to the instructor. Busy? Save the lessons for a rainy day—they’re yours to keep forever and I’ll be standing by.



The breakdown:

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• Lesson One: What is Flash Form Writing?

Lesson Two: Reading Like a Writer

Lesson Three: Immersion

Lesson Four: Flash Nonfiction Prompt + Examples

Lesson Five: Flash Fiction Prompt + Examples

+ these bonuses:

  • Email access to the instructor
  • Downloadable content to keep forever
  • Coupon for future services upon course completion


Don’t end up with rejection letters you could have avoided, and don’t let a lack of information prevent you from enjoying this fun genre! With 10 years of experience at 4 literary magazines, and having edited 3 fiction anthologies, I’ve read thousands of submissions and sent countless rejections. Rise to the top with Flash in a Flash.

There are countless flash publications and conferences out there…too many to sort through. I’ve distilled the most essential, skills-based information that will challenge and encourage you. Learn affordably, from the comfort of your own desk. Set yourself up for success and start here.

Still want more info? Email me for further details about the course, or check out flash fiction in action and enjoy this great resource for flash nonfiction.

If you’re looking for constructive feedback to move your writing to the next level, Katey Schultz more than delivers.”

       -Julia Poole