9780435087654

Creating the Story

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  • ISBN13:

    9780435087654

  • ISBN10:

    0435087657

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1993-01-06
  • Publisher: Heinemann

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Summary

Authors Rebecca Rule and Susan Wheeler have created a text that teaches students how to scrutinize published prose so they can teach themselves writing skills and techniques.

Author Biography

SUSAN WHEELER has had stories published in The North American Review, Willow Springs, The Lyndon Review, The Bradford Review, and other literary magazines. Her articles on teaching writing in high schools have appeared in NEI Croft, a division of Prentice Hall. She currently teaches in the English Department at the University of New Hampshire and at the Molasses Pond Summer Writers Conference in Maine. She has taught at the University of New Hampshire in Manchester and has been a visiting teacher in the Manchester Public Schools. She and her husband live in Durham, New Hampshire, and have two children.REBECCA RULE taught fiction writing and composition for several years at the University of New Hampshire, where she continues to teach in the Summer Studies Program for teachers. Her collection of stories, Wood Heat, was published in 1992 by Nightshade Press of Troy, Maine. Twice nominated for the Pushcart Prize, her work has appeared in The Christian Science Monitor, Yankee, Potato Eyes, Whetstone, New Hampshire Profiles, and others. She was awarded the 1992 Outstanding Emerging Writer Award by the New Hampshire Writers and Publishers Project and the 1990 Whetstone Award for Fiction. She writes fiction, essays, and reviews from her home in Northwood, New Hampshire, where she lives with her husband, John, and her daughter, Adi.

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