Marsh, Fabienne 1957-
MARSH, Fabienne 1957-
PERSONAL: Born September 17, 1957, in Schenectady, NY; daughter of Louis V. and Jeanne (Caulet) Marsh; married Aloke K. Mandal (a surgeon), June 22, 1995; children: Paul, Juliette. Education: Williams College, B.A., 1979.
CAREER: American Broadcasting Co., New York, NY, researcher for documentary film unit, 1980-84; freelance writer, consultant, and field producer for documentary films, 1984—. Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, lecturer in creative writing, 1997-2000; University of Minnesota, lecturer, 2001; radio commentator.
AWARDS, HONORS: Woolrich fellow, Columbia University, 1981; Rotary journalism fellow, London School of Economics and Political Science, 1984-85.
Long Distances (novel), Simon & Schuster (New York, NY), 1988.
The Moralist of the Alphabet Streets (novel), Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill (Chapel Hill, NC), 1991.
(With Michael Cader) Dave's World (humor), Warner Books (New York, NY), 1995.
(Editor and contributor) Saturday Night Live: The First Twenty Years, Houghton-Mifflin (Boston, MA), 1994.
Single, White, Cave Man (novel), iUniverse, 2002.
Contributor to magazines and newspapers, including Poetry Review, Chicago Tribune, Economist, International Herald Tribune, and New York Times.
WORK IN PROGRESS: Cunningham's Last Wish, a novel; a radio series for National Public Radio.
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