Non-Fiction in Anthologies

  • “A Double Kind of Knowing” Passing the Word: Writers on their Mentors, Jeffrey Skinner, Lee Martin, eds.  (Sarabande Books, 2001). 125-130.
  • “Gathered” Why I’m Still Married: Women Write Their Hears Out About Sex, Love, Betrayal, Loss and Who Does the Dishes, Karen Propp, JeanTroustine, eds., (Hudson Street Press/Plume, 2006). 143-156.
  • “Something to Tell You”  Searching for Mary Poppins: Women Writers Write About the Intense Relationship Between Mothers and Nannies, Gina Hyams, Susan Davis, eds.  (Hudson Street Press/Plume, 2006): 99-112.
  • “Once Upon a Time: Playing with Time in Fiction” Now WriteFiction Writing Exercise From Today’s Best Writers and Teachers. Sherry Ellis, ed., (Tarcher Books/Penguin, 2006). 51-53.
  • “And Then She Drowned” The Sincerest Form of Flattery: Contemporary Women Writers on Foremothers in Fiction, Ed. J. Kolosov (Lewis-Clark Press, 2oo3): 136-142.
  • “Two Baths”  Best American Essays, 1998, Robert Atwan, ed.;  Cynthia Ozick, guest ed. (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1999): 146-156.

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