Jong, Erica (Mann)

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JONG, Erica (Mann)

JONG, Erica (Mann). American, b. 1942. Genres: Novels, Poetry, Children's non-fiction, Essays, Adult non-fiction, Plays/Screenplays. Career: Lecturer in English, City College of New York, 1964-66, and University of Maryland European Extension, Heidelberg, W. Germany, 1967-68; Instructor in English, Manhattan Community College, NYC, 1969-70; Instructor in Poetry, YM-YWHA Poetry Center, NYC, 1971-73. Publications: Fruits & Vegetables (poems), 1971; Half-Lives (poems), 1973; Fear of Flying (novel), 1973; Loveroot (poems), 1975; How to Save Your Own Life (novel), 1977; Megan's Book of Divorce (children's non-fiction), 1977, as Megan's Two Houses, 1996; At the Edge of the Body (poems), 1979; Fanny (novel), 1980; Witches (poetry/fiction), 1981; Ordinary Miracles (poems), 1983; Parachutes & Kisses, 1984; Serenissima (novel), 1987, as Shylock's Daughter, 1995; Any Woman's Blues (novel), 1990; Becoming Light: Poems New and Selected, 1991; The Devil at Large: Erica Jong on Henry Miller (non-fiction), 1993; Fear of Fifty (memoir), 1994; Inventing Memory: A Novel of Mothers and Daughters, 1997; What Do Women Want? Bread. Roses. Sex. Power (non-fiction), 1998; Sappho's Leap (novel), 2003. Address: Erica Jong Productions, 205 E 68th St, New York, NY 10021, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]; www.ericajong.com

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