Inside the Writing Academy

Conflicted: The Art of Crafting Tension, Challenges, and Uncertainty

This week, author Sheree L. Greer joins the Writing Academy to discuss the craft of adding conflict to your story. Conflict is arguably the most important dramatic device used to drive narratives. Conflict keeps a reader guessing whether a challenge will be met, a goal will be achieved, or a character will be able to… Continue reading Conflicted: The Art of Crafting Tension, Challenges, and Uncertainty

Inside the Writing Academy

Getting to Know: Sheree L. Greer

Let's give a warm welcome to Sheree L. Greer! Sheree will be joining the Writing Academy during the 2021-2022 academic year! Sheree L. Greer is a text-based artist and educator living in Tampa, Florida. She is a Yaddo and Ragdale Rubin Fellow, Astraea Lesbian Foundation grantee, and is the author of two novels, Let the Lover Be (a Rainbow… Continue reading Getting to Know: Sheree L. Greer

Guest Blog, pride month

What Does Pride Mean to You, Part Two

What Does Pride Mean to You? We loved the last pride blog post so much, we decided we had to do another one. Pride has meant so much to so many people and the responses we got to our question ranged from sweet and funny to deep and intensely personal.  We asked more Writing Academy… Continue reading What Does Pride Mean to You, Part Two