020) How to Develop a Compelling Point of View in Short Fiction

An unreliable narrator, such as a child or a person with a blind spot, unwinds a story in a certain way. A third-person limited perspective gives the reader a sliver of insight from one person's vantage point. You might find that second point of view draws you in while also keeping you at arm’s length. In this workshop and craft-based class, we'll focus on point of view, specifically on how to tell the most engaging tale and how to choose the narrator (or narrators) whose eyes best illuminate your story. Class is limited to ten students.