Myla Goldberg

  • Instructor , MFA Program, Fiction
  • College of Arts and Sciences

Myla Goldberg is the bestselling author of "Bee Season" (2000), which was a Times Notable Book and a finalist for several prizes including the PEN/Hemingway prize, in addition to being adapted to film. She is also the author of the novels "Wickett's Remedy" (2005) and "The False Friend" (2010), as well as the essay collection "Time's Magpie" (2004) and the children's book "Catching the Moon" (2007). Her short stories have appeared in Harper's, her book reviews have appeared in the NY Times and Bookforum, and she is an occasional contributor to NPR. She teaches in the MFA programs at Sarah Lawrence College and Brooklyn College, and organizes independent fiction workshops for adults in and around New York City.

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