Instructor: Gray Stewart
Have you found your narrative voice? Doing so is a key step in your journey. This fiction-writing workshop will spotlight the mechanics of voice and how it can hook readers to pull them through the dream of your story. We’ll get there through writing and reviewing short fiction with a focus on character depth, emotional truth, and grounding in sense of place. The goal is to leave with a a manuscript in-hand that is ready to submit for publication. For all levels of writers.
Class limit is 12 students.
Biography: Gray Stewart has facilitated fiction workshops for twenty years, most notably at LSU, Emory, and Morehouse College. A Fulbright beneficiary, Hambidge Fellow, and former fiction editor for The Chattahoochee Review, he is a core faculty member at the Etowah Valley Writers MFA program at Reinhardt University. His debut novel Haylow won the 2017 Georgia Author of the Year Award.
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Date(s): Tuesdays, Oct. 10-Nov. 21 (no class Oct. 31)
Class time: 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Type of Class: 6 Classes
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