Workshops with M E Fuller & Jessie Hennen
Please download our catalog of in-person or online workshops: A Catalog of Writing Workshops
· WRITING PROMPTS FOR EVERYONE
· HOW TO WRITE A COZY MYSTERY (AND ANYTHING ELSE)
· HONING YOUR WRITING PROCESS
· FEEDBACK MATTERS: HOW TO GET COMFORTABLE WITH WRITING CRITIQUE
· 4-WEEK WRITING WORKSHOP
· SECOND DRAFT BOOT CAMP
M E Fuller began her professional writing career after 30+ years as a graphic designer/art director. She has self-published a literary novel, Saving the Ghost, and the first in a 4-book cozy mystery series, Blood on the Bridal Wreath. Her short fiction is published in
Talking Stick, A Minnesota Literary Journal; Shark Reef,
A Literary Magazine; South 85 Journal blog, and Photowrite, a collaboration of Minnesota poets and writers. She is a freelance writer, a writing coach helping aspiring writers to
develop a writing practice, and workshop facilitator.
Fuller received literary grant support from the 5 Wings
Arts Council and the Minnesota State Arts Board. She was selected as one of 10 writers to join WI author, Nikolas Butler, in a 4-day novel workshopping retreat, Cirenaica, and a former artist-in-residence for career development through Springboard for the Arts Hinge Artist program. For 8 years, Fuller has engaged in classes and workshops from many of the finest MN authors and wants to share what she’s learned with others as she continues to build her late-in-life writing career. After 16 years in Brainerd, she now resides in
Montevideo, MN. For more on Fuller, visit her website at mefullerwords.com.
Jessie Hennen holds an MFA in fictionfrom the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and dual undergraduate degrees in English and German from the University of Minnesota, Morris. She has taught at the Loft Literary Center in Minneapolis, the International Institute of Modern Letters in Wellington, NZ, the Blake School, and co-director for the Granite Area Arts Council.
Her fiction, nonfiction, and reviews have appeared in The Toast,
The Millions, the Star Tribune, EuropeNow, and elsewhere. At present, she runs the editing firm Prairie Fire Wordsmiths, teaches writing at SMSU, and lives on a farm near Wood Lake with her husband (the artist Miles Taylor), one dog, and too many cats.
Find her on Twitter (@JessieHennen1) or at her website, jessiehennen.me.