The Spring 2020 Visiting Artist's Seminar:
Enrollment limited to 14 students. Permission of Department will be required to enroll.
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Writing Historical Fiction
Featuring Dr. June Hall McCash
“Writing Historical Fiction” is a one-credit honors course taught by professor emerita and award-winning author, June Hall McCash. This class will be a hands-on experience of finding the story in history, exploring the various ways people write about the past, and learning what it takes to be a good writer of historical fiction.
About the Author
June Hall McCash has published four historical novels, two of which won Georgia Author of the Year Awards for first novel and best novel. She holds a Ph.D. degree in comparative literature from Emory University. She was the founding director of the MTSU Honors Program (now Honors College) and the recipient of both MTSU Foundation’s Distinguished Research Award and Outstanding Career Achievement Award. Her publications also include nonfiction and poetry. Her fourteenth book, Eleanor’s Daughter, another historical novel, will be released in November 2018.