Sara Mansfield Taber
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Sara teaching writing at The American School in Japan
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Teacher Resources: Podcast on Memoir Writing
November 9, 2011
Please find below an podcast of a lecture on memoir writing I delivered to the Vermont College of Fine Arts MFA program.
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BORN UNDER AN ASSUMED NAME: The Memoir of a Cold War Spy's Daughter
A story of growing up in the world of espionage
"A poignant chronicle of the diaspora of the heart--and the heart's quest and longing for that universal place called home."
Wall Street Journal
“Caring for Mom, Mum and Maman”
In Britain or France my aging mother would have gotten better health care.
“Throwing the Bums Out, Within and Without,”
An exploration of Argentina’s past tyrannies, and my own
BREAD OF THREE RIVERS: THE STORY OF A FRENCH LOAF
"...One of the most compelling, knowledgeable, and graceful books about the French soul that has ever been written by an American." -Richard Goodman, author of
French Dirt: The Story of a Garden in the South of France
DUSK ON THE CAMPO: A JOURNEY IN PATAGONIA
"The stories remain...etched in the reader's mind, etched as if by the harsh wind of Patagonia itself. Extraordinarily fine writing." -
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
"Longing for America: Notes from a Traveling Childhood"
"An eloquent essay." -
New York Times