Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich is a 2014 National Endowment for the Arts Fellow in creative writing, an award given for her work on The Fact of a Body. Other honours in support of this, her first book, include a Rona Jaffe Award, a scholarship to the Bread Loaf Writer's Conference, as well as fellowships to the MacDowell Colony, Millay Colony for the Arts, Blue Mountain Center and Yaddo. Her essays and short fiction have appeared in the New York Times, Oxford American, Salon and the anthology True Crime. She has a JD from Harvard, an MFA from Emerson and a BA from Columbia University. Alexandria currently lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where she teaches memoir writing at Grub Street and teaches graduate public policy students at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.
@birdrobot @GrubWriters Oh, that’s so wonderful to hear! Thanks, Daphne!
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@gakgakg A Bernedoodle!
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Me to young cashier: "Hey, do you know if the Western Prom is safe to run at night?"
Older man: "Used to be, but I… https://t.co/f1yNmFM4nO
Loved talking with @MelanieJMBrooks about #thefactofabody! https://t.co/vNa5eqJ8bl