Intermediate Memoir with Nancy Owen Nelson: Nelson Studio, Dearborn, Tuesday nights, April 8, 15, 22, 29, May 6 & 13, 7-9 pm. Nancy Owen Nelson has published poetry in the, What Wildness is this? (University of Texas Press, March 2007) as well as in the South Dakota Review and Graffiti Rag and creative nonfiction pieces in Mom’s Writing Literary Journal Lalitamba journal and Roll: a Collection of Personal Narratives. She has published articles in several academic journals and anthologies and was co-editor of The Selected Letters of Frederick Manfred: 1932-1954 and editor of Private Voices, Public Lives: Women Speak on the Literary Life, and The Lizard Speaks: Essays on the Writings of Frederick Manfred . She earned her B.A. in French and English at Birmingham-Southern College and her M.A. and PhD in English at Auburn University. She taught composition and literature at Auburn University, Augustana College, Albion College, and Henry Ford Community College. For three years she served as Assistant Director of the Hassayampa Institute for Creative Writing at Yavapai College, Prescott, AZ. In addition to looking for a publisher for her memoir, Divine Aphasia, she is researching and writing a memoir about three generations of women—her grandmother, mother, and herself. Registrants privy to location. Contact Nelson at email@example.com or 928-308-3785.
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