Moriah Hampton

Going in Depth: Backstory in Fiction Workshop with Moriah Hampton

The Hudson Valley Writers Guild presents an afternoon fiction writers workshop with Moriah Hampton.

Join us for an exciting workshop on exploring the art of creating compelling backstories in fiction! Whether you’re an aspiring writer or a seasoned novelist, this event is perfect for anyone looking to enhance their storytelling skills. Hosted at the Albany Public Library – Pine Hills Branch, this in-person workshop will dive deep into the world of character development and narrative techniques.

Discover how to craft rich and engaging backstories that breathe life into your characters. Our experienced instructors will guide you through interactive exercises and provide valuable insights into the secrets of successful storytelling. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from the best and connect with fellow fiction enthusiasts.

Mark your calendars for this fantastic event. Get ready to unleash your creativity and take your writing to new heights. We can’t wait to see you there!

Moriah Hampton holds a Ph.D. in Modernist Literature from SUNY-Buffalo and currently teaches in the Writing and Critical Inquiry Program at SUNY-Albany. Her fiction, poetry, and photography have appeared in WordgatheringEntropy Magazine, Rune Literary CollectionThe Sonder Review, and elsewhere. She is a fiction editor at Cleaver Magazine. 

The Hudson Valley Writers Guild sponsors this workshop and is free and open to the public.


Feb 24 2024


1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

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Albany Public Library - Pine Hills Branch
517 Western Ave, Albany, 12203

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