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FREE Event : Ask Us Anything With Finnian Burnett

April 14 @ 9:00 AM 11:00 AM Pacific Time

Welcome to our monthly Ask Us Anything events—your chance to ask seasoned pros questions about writing and publishing.

🗓 When: Once a month, usually on a Saturday or Sunday. Because who says the writing muse only visits during office hours?

Time Commitment: It’s a 2-hour session, but hey, come and go as you please! We know creativity doesn’t always stick to schedules.

🤓 What’s on the Agenda: We’re here to unravel the mysteries of writing and publishing! No fancy dress code or formalities, just your burning questions and our shared wisdom.

📜 Resource Doc: Ever wish you could take notes without feeling like you’re missing out on the conversation? We’ve got that covered! We compile all the juicy details, tips, and resources into a shared Google Doc, so you can focus on soaking in the knowledge.

So, start brewing the coffee, jot down some questions, and join us for a couple of hours that just might transform the way you write forever. 🚀✍️

Finnian Burnett

About Finnian Burnett

Finnian Burnett teaches college creative writing, English, and literature. They had also taught with the SNHU MFA program and have been running an online yearlong writing academy since 2015 for the non-profit organization, Golden Crown Literary Society. 

Finnian has recently been shortlisted for the CBC nonfiction prize, been nominated for a Pushcart Award, and has had several stories nominated for Best Microfiction, Best of the Net, and best short stories of the year awards. Finnian’s work has appeared in Blank Spaces Magazine, Daily Science Fiction, Reflex Press, Flash Fiction Magazine, the Bath Flash Fiction Awards Anthology, and more. Their novella-in-flash, The Clothes Make the Man, was shortlisted for a Bath novella-in-flash award, and their second flash fiction collection, The Price of Cookies, is forthcoming through Off Topic Publishing. 

Finnian holds a doctoral degree in English Pedagogy, specializing in using story-based pedagogy to create equity in multicultural classrooms. They had given workshops and classes for The Alexandra Writers’ Centre, the Crow Collective, Off Topic Publishing, When Words Collide, and more. 

Finnian’s passion is helping emerging writers to hone their skills and they truly believe that every writer should keep learning, no matter what level of success they have achieved in their career. 

Finnian can be found in British Columbia, Canada where they take a lot of cold weather hikes, collect weird rocks, and watch a lot of Star Trek.

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