Originally from Lexington, Randi Ewing received her MFA in fiction in 2010 from Washington University in St. Louis, where she taught undergraduate fiction writing classes for two years. Her short fiction work has appeared in American Short Fiction, Little Star, and Joyland. She currently teaches composition and, occasionally, creative writing at Eastern Kentucky University.
With Randi Ewing.
In Kentucky, no animal is more central to the story than the horse. Whether they are the hero’s faithful steed or themselves the heroes, horses become characters in their own right, to serve as foils and mirrors for human characters, and to create unexpected and surprising pathways in our stories. In this class, we will take inspiration from the American Saddlebred Museum at the Kentucky Horse Park and use generative prompts to explore how writing about horses can lead to new and interesting work. Randi Ewing’s short fiction has appeared in American Short Fiction , Little Star , and Joyland . She has taught creative writing at Eastern Kentucky University and Washington University in St. Louis. [ALL LEVELS] [NEW!] [ONE-TIME]
This class takes place at the American Saddlebred Museum (inside the Kentucky Horse Park), 4083 Iron Works Parkway, Lexington.
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