How do we empower our fiction through our experiences in the real world? And how can everyday life be enriched through the practice of fiction?
Sarah Tourjee’s short story workshop, Everyday Fiction, runs from Sept. 16th to Nov. 4th. Explore the possibilities of short fiction as a means of encountering new worlds, real and imagined. Register here!
The Joshua Tree National Park recently selected Sarah for their Artist-in-Residence program, which provides three weeks of accommodation in the park while artists produce a sponsored project. Several of her short pieces were included in an anthology of ‘best indie literature in New England.’
Read an excerpt from Sarah’s chapbook, Ghost: anomalouspress.org/8/11.tourjee.ghost.php
Read her short story, Walter: goodmenproject.com/featured-content/walter/
Or check out Aspects of Travel, published in The Rumpus: therumpus.net/2015/06/aspects-of-travel/