Nancy Kricorian (born in Watertown, Massachusetts) is an [1 ] American author of the novels Zabelle (1997) and [2 ] Dreams of Bread and Fire (2003). Houghton Mifflin Harcourt published her third novel "All the Light There Was" in March 2013. [3 ]
Kricorian, a graduate of
Dartmouth College, has a Master of Fine Arts degree from Columbia University. She is an award-winning and widely published poet who has taught at [1 ] Yale, Queens College, Rutgers, and Columbia. [1 ] She is a former member of the editorial board of [4 ] Ararat Quarterly, the advisory board of the Armenia Tree Project, and is a NAASR member.
Her work was part of the
Bush Theatre's 2011 project Sixty Six for which she wrote a piece based upon Ecclesiastes, a chapter of the King James Bible [5 ]
She was the coordinator of
CODEPINK NYC from 2003-2010, and is currently on the national staff of CODEPINK Women for Peace. She is married to producer and screenwriter [6 ] James Schamus. [7 ]
References [ edit ]
^ a b c http://www.goodreads.com/nancykric
^ Steinberg, Sybil S. (November 24, 1997). "Zabelle", Publishers Weekly 244 (48): 53.
^ Zaleski, Jeff (May 26, 2003). "Dreams of Bread and Fire", Publishers Weekly 25
^ Carroll, Jerry (March 19, 1998). "Two writing powers", , p. E2. San Francisco Chronicle