Nighttime: it’s the source of both bad dreams and good ones. Both darkness and starlight. Both unwelcome visitors (monsters, ghosts, ominous noises) and honored guests (summer fireflies, the cat who comes to warm your toes, that nice old man who slides down the chimney once a year to leave gifts in your living room). In this workshop, we’ll take on the night in all its forms—from creepy to cozy to completely enchanted.
Madelin Parsley has an MFA in fiction from Vanderbilt University, where she served as the nonfiction editor of the Nashville Review. She grew up in the panhandle of Nebraska. She received her BA in English from Amherst College, taught elementary school in Illinois, and made gallons and gallons of ice cream in California before coming to Tennessee.
Madelin is new to our teaching staff. Welcome, Madelin!