WENDY J. FOX was born in rural Washington state, which has inspired much of her writing on class and the west. Her first book, The Seven Stages of Anger & Other Stories (Press 53) was finalist for the Colorado Book Award; her debut novel The Pull of It (Underground Voices), was named a top pick by Displaced Nation; her most recent novel If The Ice Had (Santa Fe Writers Project) is a Buzzfeed recommended read and a grand prize winner from Santa Fe Writers Project. She lives in Denver, Colorado.
April 10, 2022 | Online via Zoom
12pm Pacific | 1pm Mountain |2pm Central | 3pm Eastern
In this workshop, we will discuss how using linked narratives can help deepen connection and engagement in fiction.
The idea of “linking” itself can be thematic, emotional, character driven, or a function of plot, and we will explore how these different elements of narrative fit together create stronger stories. Suitable for all levels.
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