Flash Fiction with Emily Pease
Join us for a conversation with short story and award-winning flash fiction writer, Emily Pease. We'll discuss the components of powerful flash fiction and the tools and strategies she uses to create her stories.
Emily Pease graduated from the University of North Carolina with a degree in English and a concentration in journalism. She went on to receive an MA from Virginia Tech and an MFA in Writing from Warren Wilson College. Her story collection, Let Me Out Here, won the 2018 Hub City C. Michael Curtis Short Story Book Prize. Her stories have appeared in the Missouri Review, the Georgia Review, Shenandoah, Crazyhorse, the Alaska Quarterly Review, Narrative, and Witness. After teaching for many years at the College of William & Mary, she now teaches writing to veterans through the Armed Services Arts Partnership, where she also serves as a member of their arts council. She is currently beginning a novel about logging the last forests of West Virginia. She lives in Williamsburg, VA.
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