My students keep on publishing

Such talented and persistent people I get to work with. This past year has been especially busy and rewarding.

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my novel about Greenwich Village

My novel Save the Village has found a home, and I couldn’t be more pleased with it: Regal House Publishing. I also have two new poems in The Hudson Review.

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A year of many performances

I acted in a funny, tragic, campy play called “Brave Smiles” at the Hudson Guild Theatre in May. In March my husband and I performed at a cabaret in midtown. In February, I gave a reading from my novel-in-progress, Save the Village.

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A reading and a song

My husband Jonathan and I just did a return engagement at Groovin’ on a Sunday Afternoon, a monthly cabaret series at Don’t Tell Mama in Manhattan. Here’s audio of my reading and his singing,

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my recent essays in The Villager

One for those who find themselves living among the one-percenters, and one for those who have ever jockeyed for space on city streets…

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success stories from my clients

Congratulations to Nan Gefen, editor emerita of Persimmon Tree literary magazine. Her first novel Clear Lake just received the 2013 gold award

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success stories from my clients

Congratulations to Nan Gefen, editor emerita of Persimmon Tree literary magazine. Her first novel, Clear Lake, just received the 2013 gold award

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my Pete Seeger story

In the Villager, a reminiscence of the concert my husband and I organized.

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Take a Writing Workshop

I’m a longtime teacher in the online program of The Writers Studio, a renowned non-degree fiction and poetry program that celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2017. My eight-week online introductory fiction/poetry workshop and my six-week memoir workshop fill quickly. The school published its first anthology, The Writers Studio at 30. 500 pages chock full of stories and poems by teachers, students and famous friends of the school.

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Me and the Soccer Guys

You write an essay and send it out into the world, and never know what might happen. For years I’ve been the lone female on the

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