The Imaginary Piano
Professional writers and educators share their techniques for teaching imaginative writing and review books on writing pedagogy and related subjects. Please visit the Teachers & Writers website to learn more and to view this month's current lesson plan and featured writer. David Hollander, a writer and musician residing in Brooklyn, received his MFA from Sarah Lawrence College in 1997. His fiction has appeared in The Black Warrior Review and the Alaska Quarterly, and his non-fiction has appeared in The New Journal of Greek Philosophy. He is the winner of the Barbara Schoen Prize for excellence in fiction writing, and was a two-time finalist for the Henfield-Transatlantic Review Prize. He currently teaches writing at Purchase College, and in the Public Schools through Teachers & Writers Collaborative. Hollander is the author of the novel L.I.E., published by Villard Books, and thinks often about becoming a New York City fireman.