Robin Black is the author of the critically acclaimed short story collection If I Loved You, I Would Tell You This, a finalist for the Frank O'Connor Short Story Prize and the novel Life Drawing. Her stories and essays have appeared in numerous publications, including O, The Oprah Magazine and the New York Times Magazine. A recipient of fellowships from the Leeway Foundation and the MacDowell Colony, Black was the 2012 Distinguished Visiting Writer at Bryn Mawr College and has taught most recently in the Brooklyn College MFA Program. She lives with her family in Philadelphia. "
As she prepares to come over to London for the publication of her debut novel, Life Drawing, at the end of April, Robin Black remembers the first time she visited the city. Photo © Paul Arps, flickr.com.
Robin Black, author of the beautiful collection of stories If I Loved You, I Would Tell You This, answers questions about her debut.
RT @Evan_McMullin: The President is an active participant in Moscow’s information warfare against the United States. https://t.co/N12XMIPR06
by @robin_black - 13 hours ago
RT @robreiner: Price of sexual assault. Weinstein fired from company/thrown out of Academy. O'Reilly settles/gets job back. Trump becomes p…
by @robin_black - yesterday
@rebeccamakkai I have been thinking the same - and I am only 1/4 kidding.
by @robin_black - 2 days ago
@heididurrow I can barely watch her.
So when does Kelly - supposedly a man of honor - offer his apology to the public servant he so casually slandered?… https://t.co/gM5zIp3IO8
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