Recordings of his music are available on the Opus One label. For more information about his works and to hear recordings and view scores, visit www. The harmonica has been an important activity since age sixteen. George has performed and recorded with blues artists Bob Gaddy and Larry Dale, and has performed with rhythm-and-blues great Roscoe Gordon. He has had the privilege of sitting in with many fine musicians, including blues artist Billy Branch. George enjoys most of all the challenge of performing in a variety of styles from blues, country and bluegrass to traditional Irish music.
Brendan has also performed with non-Irish musicians such classical violinist Itzhak Perlman, and klezmer clarinetist-mandolinist Andy Statman. He works as an archivist and teaches privately in the New York City area. She has been a members of The Shakespeare Forum. In addition to her interest in Shakespeare, she has has a long standing passion for Irish traditional folk and bluegrass music.
He currently teaches a world music curriculum for the KAPPA High School in the north Bronx where he directs a 41 student Afro-Latin percussion ensemble, keyboard lab, and courses in world music and recording technology. Laura Hankin is an actor, singer, and writer who has performed off-Broadway and on-screen. Catherine Miller enjoys an active career as a collaborative pianist.
She was an accompanist at the Mannes College of Music in the College, Extension and Preparatory divisions, playing for lessons, juries, recitals, opera workshops and song literature classes. Credits include lead roles with Love Creek Productions and the F. She also is appearing in a lead role in Coming Out of Harlem. Louis College of Music in Rome. Matthew Christian can be heard on fiddle around the Irish sessions and English country dances of New York City, and in concert and for dances around the Northeast with co-conspirator Max Carmichael.
A recipient of the Flanders Award for Vermont Traditional Music, Matthew has recently been researching 19th century Northeast violin and dance traditions in the Middlebury archives, and is thrilled to connect that work to the program Walt Whitman, William Sidney Mount and the Sounds of the 19th Century , for which he is also Assistant Music Director.
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His poems have been nominated for the Best American Poetry series Best of the Web , and nominated three times for the Pushcart Prize in poetry. Email: hbeavers english. She has had eight solo shows at A. Bee received a Guggenheim Fellowship in Fine Arts in Roof Books, ; and Controlling Interests Roof, Two of his works were made into the critically acclaimed films Friday Night Lights and Shattered Glass ; three more are in active development.
Friday Night Lights also served as the inspiration for the television series of the same name. He has been a contributing editor at Vanity Fair magazine since and has written about such subjects as the systematic killings of gays by white teenagers in Texas; O. Simpson detective Mark Fuhrman; film director John Ford; Joe DiMaggio; the tragic killing of a college baseball player in a small town in Oklahoma by bored teenagers, and the saga of a six million dollar stolen Stradivarius. Her interests in twentieth-century poetry and poetics include the North American long poem; formal hybridity; subjectivity; gender and sexuality; and genre theory.
Her current scholarly book project, "Lyric after Epic: Gender and the Postwar Long Poem," investigates generic concordance and contention in the innovative North American long poem, looking at issues of gender, ideology, and the place of the lyric. She is coeditor of the international poetics journal Jacket2. From to she was associate director of the Kelly Writers House. She now directs the Creative Writing Program at Penn. Laynie Browne is a poet, prose writer, teacher, and editor. She is author of thirteen collections of poems and three novels.
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Her poetry has been translated into French, Spanish, Chinese, and Catalan. Her critical writing has appeared in journals including Jacket2 , Aufgabe , Open Letter , and Talisman. She teaches at University of Pennsylvania and at Swarthmore College. Deborah Burnham is a lecturer and advisor in the English Department at Penn. For over twenty years, she headed the writing department and taught poetry at the Pennsylvania Governor's School for the Arts.
Her new book of poems, Tart Honey , will be out in For several years, she has led therapeutic writing groups for cancer patients through the Abramson Cancer Center. They are long-term residents of Powelton Village. Their daughter is Bess Staebler, a pediatric nurse practitioner who works in the Kensington area. Great Escapes from Slavery on the Underground Railroad. She is currently working on a play about Harriet Tubman and a memoir that recalls caring for her year-old grandmother. For twenty years, Cary has taught fiction and nonfiction at Penn; now she invites her students to publish on SafeKidsStories.
In , Cary founded Art Sanctuary to enrich urban Philadelphia with the excellence of black arts. To create an intentional transition, she stepped down as director in Elysha Chang Elysha Chang is a writer and educator based in Philadelphia.
Visit www. Julia edits Construction Magazine www. Email: jdasbach sas. Kathleen DeMarco Van Cleve is a novelist, screenwriter, film producer and teacher. She is also working on a film adaptation of the Wesley Stace novel Charles Jessold: Considered as a Murderer and her own young adult book series, Hurricane Ike.
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Stephen Fried is an award-winning journalist and best-selling author who teaches advanced nonfiction, investigative reporting and narrative history writing at Penn and Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Fried has been a staff writer at Vanity Fair , GQ , and Glamour , as well as Philadelphia magazine, where he started his career, won two National Magazine Awards, and eventually served as editor-in-chief.
The article led her to plead guilty to their murders which experts believe she committed while suffering from post-partum psychosis.
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For his role in the case, Fried became the first journalist ever to receive the Medal of Honor from the Vidocq Society, the elite international group of criminologists, pathologists and police investigators. He has lectured on journalistic techniques in health and science for Investigative Reporters and Editors, the national Society of Professional Journalists, the Association of Alternative Newsmedia, and the Mayborne Literary Nonfiction Conference. He also lectures on a variety of American history subjects. Besides his teaching, Fried has a long history of mentoring Penn students— some of whom have contributed to his magazine and book research while doing their own independent studies.
He is cofounder of the annual Nora Magid Mentorship Prize , which honors the top seniors interested in nonfiction work and helps them network with generations of Penn media alums and their colleagues.
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Fried lives in Philadelphia with his wife, author Diane Ayres. His next book is a biography of Dr. Benjamin Rush, signer of the Declaration of Independence, founding father of American medicine, and first hero of mental health and addiction care. Email: stephenfried comcast. Her annotated collection of oral histories, Black, White, Other: Biracial Americans Talk about Race and Identity , has become a core text in studies of American multiracial identity and race relations.
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