S118. Obsessed with Texas: Writing New Stories About an Old Place
Saturday, March 7, 2020
9:00 am to 10:15 am
Michael Noll is the author of The Writer's Field Guide to the Craft of Fiction& and the program director at the Writers' League of Texas. He edits the blog Read to Write Stories, and his fiction has appeared in the Best American Mystery Stories anthology.
Mónica Teresa Ortiz is a writer from Texas. She has been recently published in Pilgrimage, Huizache, and Raspa, amongst numerous other poetry journals and anthologies.
Vincent Cooper is the author of Zarzamora: Poetry of Survival and the chapbook Where the Reckless Ones Come to Die. Cooper's poetry has appeared in several online zines, journals, and anthologies. He is a member of the Macondo Writers Workshop.
Heather Harper Ellett is a therapist in private practice and teaches at the Writer's Path at SMU. Ain't Nobody Nobody is her first novel.
Joe Jiménez is the author of Rattlesnake Allegory, his second poetry collection. His essays and poems have recently appeared in the Adroit Journal, Iron Horse, RHINO, Aster(ix), and Waxwing and on the PBS NewsHour and Lambda Literary sites.