Sharon Oard Warner

Sharon Oard Warner

Writing

Articles

Are You Read­ing (or Writ­ing) a Novel­la?” Sharon Oard Warn­er, Fic­tion Writ­ers Review, 18 Novem­ber 2021

The Fairest in the Land: Blonde and Black Water, the Non­fic­tion Nov­els of Joyce Car­ol Oates,” Sharon Oard Warn­er, Stud­ies in the Nov­el, vol­ume 38, num­ber 4, (Win­ter 2006), pub­lished by the Uni­ver­si­ty of North Texas

Essays

The Hawk Moth Sto­ry,” Sharon Warn­er, Sto­ry of the Week, Pleiades, 2015

Short Stories

Sweet­ness,” Sharon Oard Warn­er, Prairie Schooner, vol­ume 78, num­ber 2, 2004, pp. 46–63, pub­lished by the Uni­ver­si­ty of Nebras­ka Press

Signs of Life,” Sharon Oard Warn­er, Prairie Schooner, vol­ume 77, num­ber 1, Spring 2003, pp. 6–20, pub­lished by the Uni­ver­si­ty of Nebras­ka Press

What­ev­er’s Good Will Be Gone,” Sharon Oard Warn­er, Fifth Wednes­day Jour­nal, pp. 150–156

Blog Posts

Here’s What Can Hap­pen When You Resolve to Write a Lit­tle Every Day,” Sharon Oard Warn­er, Jane Fried­man, 12 Jan­u­ary 2022

Why You Should Write a Novel­la for NaNoW­riMo 2021,” Sharon Oard Warn­er, Jane Fried­man, 4 Octo­ber 2021

Which Comes First: Char­ac­ter or Plot?” Sharon Oard Warn­er, Jane Fried­man, 14 April 2021

Find­ing Your Way to the End,” Sharon Oard Warn­er, Jane Fried­man, 24 March 2021

Find­ing the End­ing Before You Return to the Begin­ning,” Sharon Oard Warn­er, Jane Fried­man, 1 March 2021

Hawk­moths and Moon­flow­ers: Facts of Nature,” Sharon Oard Warn­er, 15 Octo­ber 2019

Dr. Vir­ginia Hyde: an Appre­ci­a­tion,” Sharon Oard Warn­er, 27 Jan­u­ary 2019

Must-Read Novel­la in the Era of Trump,” Sharon Oard Warn­er, 16 Jan­u­ary 2018

Teach­ing the Young the Val­ue of the Past,” Sharon Oard Warn­er, 26 Sep­tem­ber 2017

Geor­gia O’Ke­effe and Fear,” Sharon Oard Warn­er, 16 Sep­tem­ber 2016

Geor­gia O’Ke­ef­fe’s ‘Star­ry Star­ry Night,” Sharon Oard Warn­er, 7 Sep­tem­ber 2014

Sharon Oard Warner among the wildflowers
Sharon Oard Warn­er among the wildflowers
Sharon Oard Warner
Sharon Oard Warn­er and friend under the D.H. Lawrence Tree