Winner of the 2017 Miriam Chaikin Writing Award.

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Biography


A teaching and writing fellow in Fiction at the Iowa Writers' Workshop, Carol Hebald taught creative writing at the university level for thirteen years before resigning her tenure in 1984 to write full time. She has since published the novella collection, THREE BLIND MICE (Unicorn Press, 1989), the memoir, THE HEART TOO LONG SUPPRESSED (Northeastern University Press, 2001); and more recently, the novel
A WARSAW CHRONICLE (Regal House Press, 2017), and four books of poetry: DELUSION OF GRANDEUR (2016), COLLOQUY (2015), SPINSTER BY THE SEA (2005), and LITTLE MONOLOGS (2004). Carol lives in New York and is currently working on a play about the Watergate heroine Martha Mitchell.

Books

Fiction
The experience of a Visiting American professor in martial law Poland, 1981-82.
CLARA KLEINSCHMIDT & THREE BLIND MICE.
Poems
A comedic fantasy in three cantos.
A chapbook of poems in dialogue.
A full-length collection of internal and dramatic monologues.
A chapbook of internal monologs.
Memoir
A Chronicle of Mental Illness.