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Foundations of Fiction

This class is designed for writers at all levels who want to sharpen their storytelling skills. We’ll read and discuss published stories, paying close attention to their structure and narrative voice, but the primary focus of the course will be on generating and refining your own work in a supportive environment. There’ll be writing prompts for those who need them, and every student will have an opportunity to share at least one piece with the whole group. 

About the Instructor:  

Maria Browning is a freelance writer whose work has appeared in the Nashville Scene, Literary Hub, BMI MusicWorld, Still: The Journal, and Guernica. Since 2009, she has been a contributing writer at Chapter 16, a website devoted to covering the literary culture of Tennessee. She attended the Sewanee Writers' Conference and the Moss Fiction Workshop with Richard Bausch. She lives in White Bluff, Tennessee.

Earlier Event: August 30
Mixed Levels Fiction