Into the Flash FAQ Edition


Into the Flash is filling up and in the process I’ve been talking with writers about the program, sharing flash resources, and offering recommendations. Here are a few of the most FAQ I’m hearing:

Are the webinars recorded?
They will be recorded and posted the next day, so you never have to worry about missing a live session. You’ll also have access to the recordings indefinitely. Of course, I encourage you to participate in the live calls as often as possible!

Can I do a payment plan?
Of course! Email me and we’ll set something up. A common request is to divide course registration by three and I’m happy to time them on a date each month that works with your other billing and payment needs.

What can I expect at the end of this course?
You’ll understand flash form writing and be able to talk about it with others. You’ll have at least one complete draft on your hands, but likely up to half a dozen new pieces. You’ll have a few new connections in the writing world. You’ll have feedback from the instructor and your peers. And if you’re like a fair number of past participants, you’ll have a good chance of getting published. Here’s a link to some of the accomplishments by my students.

Can I share drafts of my work?
Yes, there are two specific chances to share drafts of your work for light feedback, and a formal private critique you can add on at any time.

If you’re still on the fence, it’s not too late to register for Into the Flash. Email me and I’ll send you a recording of previous webinar so you can really see what it’s all about (and what you won’t want to miss!).

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  • Frederick Dahl

    Hi! What is the cost of the course? Thanks!

    • Katey

      Hi Frederick, I received your comment and email. ITF registration opens in February each year and the early bird price is usually around $300 although the particulars are not announced each year until the date nears.I’ll respond more in depth to your email now. Thank you! Glad you’re interested. ~Katey

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