Shoup, Barbara

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SHOUP, Barbara

SHOUP, Barbara. American, b. 1947. Genres: Novels, Education, Documentaries/Reportage, Essays. Career: Learning Unlimited, North Central High School, Indianapolis, IN, community programs coordinator, 1975-78; Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, associate instructor in creative writing, 1979; Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, school programs coordinator, 1980; Broad Ripple High School Center for the Humanities and the Performing Arts, Indianapolis, writer in residence, 1982-2001; Prelude Academy, Indianapolis Children's Museum and Penrod Society, Indianapolis, coordinator, 1985-97; Writers' Center of Indiana, writer in residence, 2002-. Publications: NOVELS: Night Watch, 1982; Wish You Were Here, 1994; Stranded in Harmony, 1997; Vermeer's Daughter, 2003. OTHER: Living and Learning for Credit, 1978; (with J.G. Schine and D. Harrington) New Roles for Early Adolescents in Schools and Communities, 1981; (with F. Stevens- Jacobi) Learning Unlimited: A Model for Options Education, 1981; (with M.L. Denman) Novel Ideas: Contemporary Authors Share the Creative Process. Contributor to periodicals. Address: 6012 N Broadway, Indianapolis, IN 46220, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]