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Point of view is one of the most complex elements of writing fiction, and third-person POV can be especially nuanced in terms of its tone, language, and narrative distance. This class will take a look at the qualities that comprise so-called “close third-person” POV and will explore some in-class exercises to hone our use of it.
Raymond Fleischmann’s debut novel How Quickly She Disappears is forthcoming from Penguin Random House this January. He's published short fiction in the Iowa Review, Cimarron Review, the Pinch, and the Los Angeles Review, among many others, and was a Hugo Fellow in 2013-2014.