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Lori Lynn Turner

Lori Lynn Turner is working on a memoir All We Have Are Words. She is a member of The Women’s National Book Association, and a reader at the United Cerebral Palsy Children’s Center. She works at The New School Writing Program.

B. Kite

B. Kite lives in Brooklyn and has written for The Believer, The Village Voice, Cinema Scope, and Trafic.

Rick Spreyer

Rick Spreyer has published one book of poems, entitled “Windswept,” and he has completed three collections of poems entitled: “A Second Helping,” “Opihi,” and “Cronies.” He is presently working on a long poem about politics entitled “The Momiad” and on a novel entitled “Our Day Will Come.”

Lisa Freedman

Lisa Freedman recommends to all two dreamy experiences: haircuts by Oscar Adrian in his salon on East Fifth Street; “The School of Dreams” writing workshop taught by Laura Cronk at the New School. When she’s not letting someone massage her scalp or straining to remember and record her dreams, Lisa keeps busy as a writer, teacher, and writing coach.

Pamela Brown

Pamela Brown dreams best in the stolen hours of the morning when she should be working. She teaches literature and drama at the University of Connecticut, where she curates the Moving Words poetry series. She has published poetry in Frontier, Public, P/rose and Myriads and has reviewed for Parnassus. A playwright and songwriter, she has performed her work in New York City, Cambridge, Mass., and Ankara, Turkey. Her photographs were recently exhibited at Crow Town Gallery in Lubec, Maine.

Laura Cronk

Laura Cronk has published poems in Barrow Street, Conduit, LIT, Lyric, No Tell Motel and other journals. Poems have been anthologized in The Bedside Guide to No Tell Motel and Best American Poetry 2006. She co-curates the Monday Night Poetry Series at KGB Bar and teaches a course at The New School Writing Program connecting the unconscious and writing called “The School of Dreams.”

Madge McKeithen

Madge McKeithen’s first book Blue Peninsula was published in 2006. She teaches at The New School and is at work on a novel and a collection of short nonfiction pieces.

Laura Tanenbaum

Laura Tanenbaum studied comparative literature at NYU and is currently Assistant Professor of English at LaGuardia Community College. In 2006, she was a selected finalist in the Summer Literary Seminars fiction contest, and studied at SLS in St Petersburg. Her fiction is forthcoming in fail better and Steel City Review. She is a co-editor of the on-line literary journal Vibrant Gray, which you can read and submit to at vibrantgray.com.

NYC | December 2007

Sunday Salon December 9, 2007: Writings from the School of Dreams

Pamela Brown dreams best in the stolen hours of the morning when she should be working. She teaches literature and drama at the University of Connecticut, where she curates the Moving Words poetry series. She has published poetry in Frontier, Public, P/rose and Myriads and has reviewed for Parnassus. A playwright and songwriter, she has performed her work in New York City, Cambridge, Mass., and Ankara, Turkey. Her photographs were recently exhibited at Crow Town Gallery in Lubec, Maine.

Laura Cronk has published poems in Barrow Street, Conduit, LIT, Lyric, No Tell Motel …

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