(freely adapted from the novel "Lives of the Twins")
(Short) (story "Small Avalanches")
(Short) (novel "Zombie")
(TV Mini-Series) (book - 2 episodes)
(story "Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been")
(4/29/76-5/30/76) Stage: Wrote "Sunday Dinner," adapted from the story, produced by Pary Production Company and directed by Gary Houston
in the Body Politic, Chicago. Cast: Ann Coyle
(as Anne Bernadette Coyle), Ed Douglass, Ken Green, John and Lee Griffin and Larry Hart.
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[on having children] No, I don't think so, but then I was never strongly maternal. My brother also doesn't have children, it could be genetic, but it could be that I was so very interested in writing that I just didn't have time, although I do like children. My role models were childless: Virginia Woolf
, Jane Austen
, George Eliot
, the Brontës.
She is a creative writing professor at Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey.