Searle, Elizabeth

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SEARLE, Elizabeth

SEARLE, Elizabeth. American, b. 1962. Genres: Novels, Novellas/Short stories. Career: Oberlin College, OH, adjunct lecturer in fiction writing, 1983-84; New Haven Regional Center, CT, special education teacher and caretaker for retarded adults, 1985-86; Groden Center, Providence, RI, special education reading assistant, 1986-87; Brown University, Providence, adjunct lecturer in fiction writing, 1988-89; Suffolk University, Boston, MA, instructor in composition, 1990-91; Emerson College, Boston, instructor in fiction writing, 1991-. University of Massachusetts at Lowell, instructor, summers, 1990-92; Lowell Writers' Conference, teacher, 1990-91, conference director, 1993; Cape Cod Writers' Conference, lecturer, 1993, 1997; Rutgers University Writers' Conference, teacher, 1994; University of Southern Maine/ Stonecoast MFA Program, core faculty, 2001-. Publications: My Body to You (stories), 1993; A Four-Sided Bed (novel), 1998; Celebrities in Disgrace, 2001. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor of stories and reviews to periodicals. Address: 18 College Ave., Arlington, MA 02474, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]