13th Annual Literary Festival
13th Annual Literary Festival
Old Dominion University
October 2-4, 1990

Kelly Cherry

Kelly Cherry, a novelist and poet, is a professor of English at the University of Wisconsin. Originally from Richmond, Virginia, she has taught at Western Washington University, Rhodes College, and in the Vermont College MFA program. Her fifth book of fiction, described as a novel in stories, titled My Life and Dr. Joyce Brothers has been called "affirmative, heartbreaking, funny, and beautiful" by Andre Dubus. Her poetry has been praised for its "powerful ironic wit which is allied to rare good humor." Her first book of nonfiction, The Exiled Heart: A Meditative Autobiography, will be published by LSU Press in 1991.

Kelly Cherry will read from My Life and Dr. Joyce Brothers on Wednesday, October 3, in the Hampton Newport News Room in Webb Center at 3:00 p.m.
[extracted from 1990 brochure] 

Kelly Cherry 1990 brochure photo

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