Stories want readers. This class is designed for the writer who has a completed draft of a short story and is ready for useful feedback. All participants will be expected not only to submit a story but also to read and respond to the work of their fellow classmates, an exercise that invariably sharpens one’s instincts as a writer. The four-week workshop will be facilitated in the spirit of encouragement, rigor, community, and conversation. Limit 12 students.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS:
Katie McDougall, a native Nashvillian, first took Fiction Writing as a senior at Colorado College, where she earned her BA in English, and in the twenty-plus years since, she has been writing stories, crafting novels, scribbling in journals, and teaching, reading, selling, breathing literature. She earned her MFA in Fiction Writing at Colorado State University, and her short stories have appeared in BarcelonaReview.com and in Storyglossia.com. Katie’s writing awards have included a four-week writing residency at the Kimmel•Harding•Nelson Center for the Arts in Nebraska, Association of Writers and Poet Intro. Journals Award Nomination for Colorado State University, and the Paul Gillette Writing Contest Finalist. She is currently in the process of finding a home for her first novel, THE COLOR WHEEL.