Endless Summer: The Transformative and Magical Pull of Memory (Online)

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Taught by Joe Pfister

Joe Pfister is a writer, teacher, and Tecmo Super Bowl enthusiast living in Brooklyn. His fiction has appeared in such publications as PANK, Juked, and New World Writing. He is a graduate of the MFA Writing program at Sarah Lawrence College and currently serves as fiction editor for The Boiler Journal.

Thursday, June 27, 7:00-9:00pm eastern time via Zoom

Location: Online Class

What is so irresistible about summer? Why do these three months hold such sway over our collective imaginations? During this engaging two-hour class, we will delve into stories by John Cheever, Sarah E. Ruhlen, and Karen Russell. Together, we will explore how these themes and questions manifest themselves in the fiction we consume. So, however you are enjoying your summer, we invite you to revel in the season with a discussion of three stories celebrating the magic of those lazy-hazy-crazy days of summer.

This is a live, discussion-based class on Zoom. It will not be recorded. 

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