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Background Information

Employment History

Delaware Literary Connection


Visiting Writer In the Graduate MFA Program

Virginia Commonwealth University


Teacher

University of Maryland , Baltimore County


Affiliations

Rehoboth Beach Writers' Guild

Founder


Fiction Writer

Founder


Rehoboth.com Inc

Founder


Education

B.A.

Iowa State University


Master of Fine Arts program

Virginia Commonwealth University


Web References(89 Total References)


Executive Director | rehobothbeachwritersguild.com

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Maribeth Fischer, Executive Director
MariBeth Fischer Our heartfelt thanks to Maribeth Fischer, our executive director, accomplished novelist and teacher, who founded the guild because of a fervent belief that everyone has a story to tell. Maribeth Fischer is founder and executive director of the Rehoboth Beach Writer's Guild and teaches workshops in writing for the guild. She also served as executive director of Writers At The Beach: Pure Sea Glass writing conferences from 2003 to 2010. Maribeth Fischer's literary essays have appeared in such journals as The Iowa Review and The Yale Review, and have twice been cited as notable in Robert Atwan's Best American Essays. Maribeth taught fiction and creative nonfiction at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County from 1991 - 2000. From 2002-2004, she served as Visiting Writer in the graduate MFA program at Virginia Commonwealth University, where in addition to teaching fiction and nonfiction, she acted as a theses director. She has also taught writing to healthcare professionals and to caretakers and parents of children with disabilities. Currently, she lives in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. In addition to founding the Rehoboth Beach Writers' Guild and serving as executive director of the annual Writers At The Beach: Pure Sea Glass writing conference, Fischer teaches workshops in writing. She is currently at work on her third novel.


Maribeth Fischer, Executive Director, RBWG

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Maribeth Fischer, Executive Director
Our heartfelt thanks to Maribeth Fischer, our executive director, acoomplished novelist and teacher, who founded the guild because of a fervent belief that everyone has a story to tell. Maribeth Fischer is founder and executive director of the Rehoboth Beach Writer's Guild and teaches workshops in writing for the guild. She also served as executive director of Writers At The Beach: Pure Sea Glass writing conferences from 2003 to 2010. Maribeth Fischer's literary essays have appeared in such journals as The Iowa Review and The Yale Review, and have twice been cited as notable in Robert Atwan's Best American Essays. Maribeth taught fiction and creative nonfiction at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County from 1991 - 2000. From 2002-2004, she served as Visiting Writer in the graduate MFA program at Virginia Commonwealth University, where in addition to teaching fiction and nonfiction, she acted as a theses director. She has also taught writing to healthcare professionals and to caretakers and parents of children with disabilities. Currently, she lives in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. In addition to founding the Rehoboth Beach Writers' Guild and serving as executive director of the annual Writers At The Beach: Pure Sea Glass writing conference, Fischer teaches workshops in writing. She is currently at work on her third novel.


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Maribeth Fischer's literary essays have appeared in such journals as The Iowa Review and The Yale Review, and have twice been cited as notable in Robert Atwan's Best American Essays.
Fischer taught fiction and creative nonfiction at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County from 1991 - 2000. From 2002-2004, she served as Visiting Writer in the graduate MFA program at Virginia Commonwealth University, where in addition to teaching fiction and nonfiction, she acted as a theses director. She has also taught writing to healthcare professionals and to caretakers and parents of children with disabilities. Currently, Fischer lives in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. In addition to founding the Rehoboth Beach Writers' Guild and serving as executive director of the annual Writers At The Beach: Pure Sea Glass writing conference, Fischer teaches workshops in writing. She is currently at work on her third novel.


capegazette.com - Cape Region's Home Page

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Starting on Saturday, Jan. 29, published author Maribeth Fischer, will lead the first of a three-part memoir workshop at the Corner Cupboard Inn, located at 50 Park Avenue in Rehoboth Beach.The workshops will be limited in size (8-10 participants) so that each participant will have ample time for his or her work to be discussed. Fischer, an award-winning essayist who taught memoir workshops most recently in the Master of Fine Arts program at Virginia Commonwealth University, prefers the small classes, because ,memories are tricky, and you can,t always predict where the memories will lead., Writers of memoir, Fischer says, often need more time and the right kind of space to figure out what the story is really about.Already renowned for its hosting of elegant weddings and retreats, the inn seemed especially suited to host the class, according to Fischer.The workshops, which will run from 1 to 2:30 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 29; Saturday, Feb. 5; and Saturday, Feb. 19, are geared toward writers at all levels who have an idea for a memoir along with the desire to write it, but aren,t sure how to begin and, once having begun, how to sustain the story.Fischer says that people often think they don,t have a story to tell or that their story isn,t important or interesting enough, but the problem isn,t with the story at all.


Delmarva Discussions: Information for Granting Agencies

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Maribeth Fischer, Treasurer
Novelist, Rehoboth Beach, DE


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