Tag Archive for ‘New York Times bestselling author’

Michelle Richmond

“Michelle Richmond is that excellent blend of teacher and storyteller, possessing the ability to quickly gauge what our students want and need to hear. What makes her truly unique is her compassion for developing writers while keeping them tethered with her honesty and goodwill towards the craft and profession of writing.” —David Morini, MFA Program […]

Jane Green

Jane Green is the internationally best-selling author of 15 novels. She is renowned for capturing in the fiction of her books the reality of women’s lives at all stages: from single thirty-somethings (Straight Talking); to marriage (The Other Woman), motherhood (Another Piece of My Heart), and divorce, stepchildren, and affairs; to midlife crises (Family Pictures […]

Kate White

Kate White is an internationally known expert on leadership and success and a New York Times best-selling author of several influential books on work and careers, including, most recently, I Shouldn’t Be Telling You This: How to Ask for the Money, Snag the Promotion and Create the Career You Deserve and Why Good Girls Don’t Get […]

Mary Karr, Ph.D.

“Karr is a national treasure.” —George Saunders “Mary Karr is a pistol. She brings firepower to the podium with great style and a contagious Texas twang . . . our audience is still talking about her memorable performance.” —Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures “Mary Karr captivates and befriends her audience with her understated intelligence, her adroit use […]