Marder, Norma

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MARDER, Norma

MARDER, Norma. American, b. 1934. Genres: Novels, Autobiography/Memoirs. Career: Sang avant-garde music in New York and the Midwest, 1960-80; taught voice, 1960-90; freelance writer, 1984-. Judson Dance Workshop, singer, 1960-65; New Verbal Workshop, Champaign, IL, co-director, 1970-80; Parkland College, Champaign, IL, teacher in Program for the Long Living, 1975-78; National Academy of Arts, Champaign, head of voice department, 1975-79; Champaign County Adult Day Care, writing teacher, 1983; University of Illinois, editor, 1990-92. Publications: An Eye for Dark Places, 1993. Contributor to Scores: An Anthology of New Music, 1981; contributor of personal essays and stories to periodicals. Address: 1009 West Church St., Champaign, IL 61821, U.S.A.