Interview-- Memoirist Elizabeth Kirschner with Doug Holder
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Interview with Doug Holder. Elizabeth talks about her new memoir "Waking the Bones." The memoir is about her bout with madness, her history of being abused, and her recovery, with striking imagery, and beautifully crafted.

Elizabeth Kirschner has published five volumes of poetry, most recently, MY LIFE AS A DOLL, Autumn House Press, 2008, and SURRENDER TO LIGHT, Cherry Grove Editions, 2009. The former was nominated for the Lenore Marshall Prize, the Patterson Book Prize and named Kirschner as the Literary Arts Fellow in the state of Maine, 2010. Her memoir, WALKING THE BONES is forthcoming from The Piscataqua Press.

Kirschner has been writing and teaching multi-genres across four decades. She served as faculty in Fairfield University’s low-residence MFA in Creative Writing Program and has also taught at Boston College and Carnegie-Mellon University.

She has collaborated with with many classical composers and this work is featured on numerous CD’s, including The Dichterliebe in Four Seasons, Schumann/Kirschner.

She currently serves as a writing mentor and manuscript consultant and teaches various workshops in and around her community in Kittery Point, ME.

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