Robin Black, Ashland MFA Fiction

Robin Black

Bio

Robin Black is the author of three books, the story collection, If I loved you, I would tell you this, which was a finalist for the Frank O’Connor International Story Prize, and named a Best Book of 2010 by numerous publications; the novel, Life Drawing, longlisted for the Flaherty-Dunnan First Novel Prize, the Impac Dublin Literature Prize, and the Folio Prize; and, most recently, Crash Course: Essays From Where Writing And Life Collide. The mother of three grown children, Robin lives in Philadelphia with her husband and teaches in the Rutgers-Camden MFA Program and the Ashland University Low Residency MFA Program.

Education

MFA, Warren Wilson

Events

Feb
22
Dr. Tom Bridgeman, Associate Professor at the Lake Erie Center,...Read more
Feb
23
Music by Stephen Flaherty | Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens Book...Read more
Feb
24
4th Annual John D. Stratton Conference - Nonviolence in Theory...Read more
Feb
26
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Mar
14
Will Varnum, the victim services coordinator for BRAVO (Buckeye Regional...Read more