Nancy Hesser, Ph.D.

Nancy Hesser, Ph.D, has taught literature in the US, DR Congo, and Mali. 

When she is not hanging out with her husband and canine companions in Dorchester County’s salt marshes, she may be found teaching short story courses for various lifelong learning programs, focusing on such themes as American regionalism, the Roaring 20’s, Caribbean voices, bar room stories, and flash fiction.

Do you know what flash fiction is? Join us for some lively discussions about evocative short stories and shared insights.
Writers the world over have given us a wealth of creative fiction focusing on ways we discover, define, or reinvent ourselves through a wide variety of voices and identities.
Those who relish good food and good fiction will enjoy reading and discussing imaginative short stories about the many ways we relate to food and cooking.