Nancy Kricorian

Nancy Kricorian is the author of the novels Zabelle, Dreams of Bread and Fire, and All The Light There Was, which is set in the Armenian community of Paris during World War II. She is a widely published poet and essayist, whose work has appeared in The Antioch Review, Parnassus, In These Times, The Minnesota Review, Women’s Studies Quarterly, and other journals. She has taught at Barnard, Rutgers, Queens and Yale, as well as for Teachers and Writers Collaborative in the New York City Public Schools. Kricorian is the Fall 2015 Writer-in-Residence at the Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies at New York University.Kricorian serves on the Executive Committee of the Armenia Tree Project and is a member of the national staff of CODEPINK Women for Peace. She has been the recipient of a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship, The Anahid Literary Award, a Gold Medal of the Writers Union of Armenia, and the Daniel Varoujan Prize of the New England Poetry Club, among other honors.