Whether you identify yourself by name (assumed, adoptive, hyphenated), ancestry, place of origin, or other criteria, you will want to join our group in discussing intriguing short fiction, that explores ways we define ourselves and how we get defined. We'll analyze an international selection of stories relating to such topics as “Me and My Doppelganger,” “By Any Other Name,” “Hyphenated,” and “DNA.” Readings will be provided via email. There’s room in Zoom for you, yourself, and your alter ego! Choose between ZOOM classes or RECORDED, 3 Sessions, Wednesdays Oct 13, 20, 27 from 10 – 11:30 am, $30.
Nancy Hesser, Ph.D., has taught literature in the US, DR Congo, and Mali. She lives with her husband and canine companions in the salt marshes of south Dorchester County. Her short story courses for various Eastern Short programs have focused on American regionalism, the Roaring 20s, African voices, Central America, the Caribbean, foodies, drunkards, and flash fiction, among other subjects. To register for this class or to find the list of Fall classes visit the website: Me, Myself, and I Narrators: Exploring Identity in Short Fiction – Chesapeake Forum.
Wednesday, October 13 at 10:00am to 11:30amVirtual Event