April Drop-In Fiction Workshop w/ Nick Mamatas

This Month’s Workshop Facilitator: Nick Mamatas

This Month’s Theme: Flash Fiction

The SF Creative Writing Institute’s monthly Drop-in Prose Workshops are one-off, three-hour workshops taught by a variety of talented fiction and nonfiction instructors with different styles and themes. Writers of all levels are invited to join us for live zoom classes inspiration, lessons & techniques, generative prompts, sharing and feedback. 

Drop-ins are a great way to get a sense of different instructors’ styles before committing to a longer workshop, or for some spontaneous support and encouragement. 




April 20, 2021


Pacific Time
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm



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Nick Mamatas


Nick Mamatas

Nick Mamatas is the author of seven novels, over one hundred short stories, and dozens of essays and articles. His books include the novels I Am Providence and Hexen Sabbath, the short fiction collections The Nickronomicon and The Spook School, and the how-to guide for writing short fiction and non-fiction, Starve Better. Nick’s short fiction has appeared in Best American Mystery Stories, Year’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy, New Haven Review, and many other anthologies and journals. He has written about writing for The Writer, Fine Books & Collections, and Wonderbook. His anthologies include the award-winning Haunted Legends (co-edited with Ellen Datlow) and The Future Is Japanese (co-edited with Masumi Washington), and the hybrid cocktail recipe/flash fiction title Mixed Up (co-edited with Molly Tanzer).