I Am Not What I Am: Writing an Unreliable Narrator

In this fiction workshop, we'll experiment with crafting an unreliable narrator by seeing the world through a liar's eyes. Writing an unreliable perspective can give us insight into the motivations for deception, making us keener readers and thinkers in an age where we must be vigilant of our sources' credibility.

K.K. Fox has an MFA from the University of Memphis. She lives in Nashville where she has been writing a collection of connected short stories. Stories from that collection appear in  Kenyon Review Online ,  Superstition Review , and  Tupelo Quarterly . K.K. is also the fiction editor for  Four Way Review .

K.K. Fox has an MFA from the University of Memphis. She lives in Nashville where she has been writing a collection of connected short stories. Stories from that collection appear in Kenyon Review OnlineSuperstition Review, and Tupelo Quarterly. K.K. is also the fiction editor for Four Way Review.