Sometimes writers tell stories in the same way, in the same style, and with the same voice. Often, we’re so comfortable with our storytelling voice that we can lose sight of what our story is really about. How can we break loose and revise in order to get at something new and important, or discover new ways of telling? This intensive workshop will provide you with exercises intended to move you out of your comfort zone, shake your story loose, and help you rethink how you can tell it.
Christina Clancy Hybrid is the author of Shoulder Season and The Second Home (St. Martin's Press). Her work has appeared in The Sun Magazine, The New York Times, The Washington Post, the Chicago Tribune, and in various literary journals. She has a PhD in creative writing from UW-Milwaukee and lives in Madison, Wisconsin.