Strange Fiction

With Serrana Laure Gay

– Are you a writer who wants to get unstuck?

– Never written before but would like to try?

– Interested in surrealism, magical realism, the experimental, or the occult?

Come celebrate the spooky season at Sealevel with a four-week dive into the weird world of strange fiction.

The class will be highly generative, so come prepared to write! Each week we will also read and discuss the work of some of my favorite writers working across genres and with experimental forms.

Tuesdays from 5:30-7:30, October 3-24th

$220/per person for all four sessions.

Scholarships available!

Email for more information.

Pet Policy: We love dogs here at Sealevel, and you're welcome to stop by with your furry friends during regular hours. But we kindly ask you not to bring them to our events. Thank you!

Serrana Laure Gay (she/her) has work published or forthcoming in Sinister Wisdom, the North Dakota Quarterly, X-R-A-Y Literary Magazine, Red Noise Collective, Big Bend Literary Magazine, Silver Rose Magazine, and elsewhere. She is the author of the illustrated book about bullying, Fatty Fatty No Friends (Mind the Art Entertainment) from which she adapted the operetta of the same name. Fatty Fatty No Friends, was the recipient of a Best of Fest prize at the New York Musical Theatre Festival. Her plays have been workshopped or appeared at Joe’s Pub at the Public Theatre, the National Opera Center, the New York International Fringe Festival, the Frigid NY theatre festival, the HERE Arts Center, and Feinstein’s 54 Below, among others. She teaches at the Sarah Lawrence College Writing Institute & Gotham Writers’ Workshop. She holds a BFA from Ithaca College and an MFA in Writing from Sarah Lawrence College.