Author Talk – Judith Sanders (BK’77): “Finding the Time: How to Write When the Sink is Full of Dishes.” Many of us struggle with the age-old problem of finding time to write. Judith Sanders draws on her years of experience as a writer, teacher, and writing coach to propose an array of strategies. Whether you are a novice, a seasoned professional, or in between, you will come away with some new approaches to try.
Judith Sanders is the author of the poetry collection In Deep (Kelsay, 2022). Her work appears in numerous journals, including Pleiades, The American Scholar, Modern Language Studies, and Calyx; on the websites Vox Populi, Humor Darling, and Full Grown People; in anthologies; and in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Her poems won the Hart Crane and Wergle Flomp Humor prizes. She has a B.A. in literature from Yale, an M.A. in creative writing from Boston University, and a Ph.D. in English from Tufts. She taught English and writing at universities and independent schools, and in France on a Fulbright Fellowship. She also worked as a writing coach and freelance editor. She lives with her family in Pittsburgh.
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