Tia Clark‘s short stories don’t always resolve neatly. This is in part because Clark’s work is concerned with the messy ways in which people confront problems in their worlds. As she fleshes out characters on the page, she tends to push against notions of safe writing. It’s an approach that aligns with one of the […]
Marilyn Taylor interviews fiction writer Kathie Giorgio about the All Writers Studio and her writing.
Lynn Shoemaker does very short fiction. “We could call it Twitter fiction too if we wanted to.”
This week’s Access Hour is produced by the Thursday morning fiction writers group. They’ll share stories from the imaginations of five Madison-area writers. The readings’ll be drawn from works including flash fiction, short stories, and novels currently underway by the group members. They also can discuss the group’s process of critiquing and mutual support that […]