Teaching Writing

The Write Time with Author Patricia Park and Educator Joanna Dalton

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This episode of The Write Time features Patricia Park, author of Re Jane and What’s Eating Jackie Oh?

Originally published on December 14, 2023

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Patricia Park is a tenured professor of creative writing at American University, a Fulbright Scholar in Creative Arts, an Edith Wharton Writer-in-Residence, and a Jerome Hill Artist Fellow. She is the author of the YA novel, Imposter Syndrome and Other Confessions of Alejandra Kim, and the adult novel, Re Jane, a retelling of Jane Eyre named New York Times Book Review Editors’ Choice, winner of an American Library Association Award, an NPR Fresh Air pick, and others. She’s written for the New York TimesNew YorkerThe Guardian, and others. Her new YA novel, What’s Eating Jackie Oh? is forthcoming in April 2024.

Joanna Dalton is in her senior year at Fairfield University, where she is passionately pursuing her studies as an English major, accompanied with minors in elementary and special education. Her academic journey will culminate with a master’s degree in Elementary Education. Joanna is also a dedicated substitute teacher at an elementary school.

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