Editor Connie Griffin's Southern roots go back for generations in Alabama, Georgia, and Mississippi. She left the South and relocated to New England in her late twenties for graduate studies in multicultural literature of the Americas. A senior lecturer at the University Without Walls, University of Massachusetts Amherst, her 2009 book, To Tell the Truth: Practice and Craft in Narrative Nonfiction, draws on her years of teaching creative nonfiction writing and American multicultural literature. Connie received her BA from the University of Tulsa, MA from Boston College, and PhD from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She lives in western Massachusetts with her life partner.
Books from Blair
Crooked Letter i: Coming Out in the South (NewSouth Books)