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Intermediate | What is it that beats beneath the surface of a story and breathes into every page and revision? “The story knows itself better than the writer does at some point,” writes Joy Williams—but getting closer to the devious heart of the story helps us detangle its incomprehensibility. Bring in a difficult draft and plan to excavate beneath the line, using revision strategies and generative tools to map the dream dimension and track the obsessions that haunt your story.
Diana Xin holds an MFA from the University of Montana. Her fiction has appeared in Gulf Coast, Narrative, Alaska Quarterly Review, and elsewhere. Most recently, she was named winner of Third Coast Magazine's 2017 fiction contest. She is a contributing editor to Moss Lit and a 2015 recipient of the Made at Hugo House fellowship.