Seton Hill University
Author Lee Tobin McClain founded the Writing Popular Fiction program at Seton Hill University along with co-founder Albert Wendland. The program teaches writers to create and market fiction that sells. It’s designed for new or experienced authors who wish to write romance, science fiction, fantasy, horror, mystery, or young adult genres. The flexible, low-residency format allows authors to earn an M.F.A. degree while working full-time or caring for a family. 
The @shuwpf tweeter is Sara Tantlinger. She is the coordinator for Seton Hill University’s Writing Popular Fiction program, where she earned her M.F.A. She is the author of the Bram Stoker Award-winning The Devil’s Dreamland: Poetry Inspired by H.H. Holmes. She is an active HWA member and participates in the HWA Pittsburgh Chapter. Find Sara at saratantlinger.com and Instagram @inkychaotics. 

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