Woodstock Library Forum: Fictional & Personal Narrative Workshop Reading
A public reading by participants in Nancy Kline’s Spring 2017 Creative Writing workshop.
Nancy Kline is a writer, translator, and experienced teacher. She has taught at Harvard, UCLA, U Mass-Boston, Wellesley, and Barnard, where she served as Founding Director of the Writing Program. She currently teaches for the Bard Prison Initiative. Her stories, memoirs, essays, and translations have appeared widely, most recently in Saranac Review, Sinister Wisdom, and Brooklyn Rail. She has published nine books, and her reviews appear regularly in the New York Times Sunday Book Review. Current projects include a book-length translation of Armand Gatti’s “The Five Resistance Names of Georges Guingouin” and an extended narrative essay set in a women’s prison in French-speaking Africa.
Sponsored by The Friends of the Woodstock Library and