Learning Story Structure Through Fairytales


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Instructor, Nancy McMillan
Fridays, March 5, 12, 19, 26, April 2, 9,
Noon - 1:30 pm

via Zoom

Fairy tales provide the perfect model for good storytelling. In this class, we’ll look at story structure through the lens of fairy tales, then use those tales as a jumping-off point for your own fictional versions. These are known as Fractured Fairy Tales. During this six-week course, students will write at least one story. All levels of writers welcome.

The fee for the 6-week class is $140. Class size is limited to 6 students.

All participants must register by Thursday, March 4th to receive the Zoom link.

About the Instructor: Nancy McMillan of Bethlehem is the award-winning author of March Farm: Season by Season on a Connecticut Family Farm (www.marchfarmthebook.com). She holds a graduate degree in writing from The Graduate Institute and one in music from Lesley University, where she studied historical women composers. She also studied in the MFA program at Manhattanville College. Her essays and articles have appeared in Connecticut newspapers and magazines. In her writing classes, she helps students embrace and inhabit their innate creativity. She is currently at work on a novel. Find more at www.nancymcmillan.com where she blogs about pies, writing, music, and connection.

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