Fiction Writing with Mermer Blakeslee

The 44th cycle of Mermer's popular Fiction Writing Workshop!

Eight Wednesdays: August 14–October 9, 6:30–9PM (No class on September 4)

This ongoing workshop for both new and experienced adult writers welcomes new members to the group. Pre-registration required.

$210/180 WKC Member

Learn about West Kortright Centre membership here.

Mermer Blakeslee is the author of three novels. In Dark Water (Ballantine), called by Connie May Fowler “a novel of uncommon grace and soaring beauty,” was selected by Barnes and Noble for its Discover Great New Writers series. “Blakeslee’s world,” the San Francisco Chronicle said, “is lyrical and mythic, filled with magic, visions and dreams.” Leenie, an excerpt from her latest novel, When You Live by a River, won the Narrative Prize. Blakeslee was awarded three fiction fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts. Her roots are in poetry, and two of her poems were finalists in Narrative magazine's First and Second Annual Poetry Contests. Blakeslee is also a professional skier and has worked intensively with fearful students. Her non-fiction book, In the Yikes! Zone (Dutton), has been reissued as A Conversation with Fear. Website: mermerblakeslee.com

Details
Date:

August 14

Time:

06:30 pm - 09:00 pm

Event Category:

Workshops

Venue

West Kortright Centre

49 West Kortright Church Road, East Meredith, NY 13757

East Meredith, NY, US, 13757

The 44th cycle of Mermer’s popular Fiction Writing Workshop!

Eight Wednesdays: August 14–October 9, 6:30–9PM (No class on September 4)

This ongoing workshop for both new and experienced adult writers welcomes new members to the group. Pre-registration required.

$210/180 WKC Member

Learn about West Kortright Centre membership here.

Mermer Blakeslee is the author of three novels. In Dark Water (Ballantine), called by Connie May Fowler “a novel of uncommon grace and soaring beauty,” was selected by Barnes and Noble for its Discover Great New Writers series. “Blakeslee’s world,” the San Francisco Chronicle said, “is lyrical and mythic, filled with magic, visions and dreams.” Leenie, an excerpt from her latest novel, When You Live by a River, won the Narrative Prize. Blakeslee was awarded three fiction fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts. Her roots are in poetry, and two of her poems were finalists in Narrative magazine’s First and Second Annual Poetry Contests. Blakeslee is also a professional skier and has worked intensively with fearful students. Her non-fiction book, In the Yikes! Zone (Dutton), has been reissued as A Conversation with Fear. Website: mermerblakeslee.com