Our popular series of literary conversations with Anna Katsavos, Ph.D., continues with Corie Adjmi, author of Life and Other Shortcomings.
Corie’s debut book is a collection of short stories that span generations and cities across the world, and which all define the contemporary and diverse experiences of women.
When you join us, you’ll also discover how UJA is helping people devastated by Covid-19 write a better chapter in the months to come.
This series welcomes donors who give a gift of $1,000 or more, individually or as a family, to UJA's 2021 Annual Campaign.
Corie Adjmi grew up in New Orleans and is the award-winning author of Life and Other Shortcomings. Her writing has been published in HuffPost, Indiana Review, North American Review, South Dakota Review, Evansville Review, Licking River Review, Motherwell, Kveller, Man Repeller, and others.
Anna Katsavos, Ph.D., is a professor emerita from SUNY. She retired in 2009, after a rewarding career teaching English literature and women’s studies. She has received numerous awards for her teaching excellence, and her scholarship has been published in a variety of literary journals. Since her retirement, she has been facilitating writing workshops and book discussion groups.
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