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Fiction Forum: Darcey Steinke

Fiction Forum: Darcey Steinke

Klein Conference Room, Room A510, Alvin Johnson/J.M. Kaplan Hall
General Public 

Darcey Steinke, faculty, Writing Program, is the author most recently of the novel, Sister Golden Hair. Her memoir is Easter Everywhere (Bloomsbury 2007, a New York Times Notable book) and her novels include Milk (Bloomsbury 2005), Jesus Saves (Grove/Atlantic, 1997), Suicide Blonde (Atlantic Monthly Press, 1992), and Up Through the Water (Doubleday, 1989, a New York Times Notable book.) With Rick Moody, she edited Joyful Noise: The New Testament Revisited (Little, Brown 1997).

Her books have been translated into ten languages, and her nonfiction has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, The Boston Review, Vogue, Spin Magazine, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, and The Guardian. Her web-story “Blindspot” was a part of the 2000 Whitney Biennial.

She has been both a Henry Hoyns and a Stegner Fellow and Writer-in-Residence at the University of Mississippi, and has taught at the Columbia University School of the Arts, Barnard, The American University of Paris, and Princeton.

Moderated by Helen Schulman, faculty, Writing Program.

Order Darcey's book HERE.

Sponsored by the MFA Creative Writing Program.



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