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On the Road with Sanora Babb Part 5: The Butterfly and the Narcissus
Virginia Woolf ends her essay on biography, “The Art of Biography” claiming that biography when written well creates scenes that “remain bright” and create subjects that carry on “in the depths of the mind.”
Indeed, this is always my goal when I write a biography. … read more.
From Jan Lisa Huttner (Editor-in-Chief of FF2 Media): Poet Iris Jamahl Dunkle, having completed a masterful biography of Charmian Kittredge London, is now doing in-depth research on her next subject: Sanora Babb. And FF2 Media is proud to announce that we will be traveling with her!
We have several reasons for embarking on this journey with Iris.… read more.
On the Road with Sanora Babb Part 2: Donkeywork & Winged Things
In her introduction to Savage Beauty: The Life of Edna St. Vincent Millay (2001), Nancy Milford writes: “To be a biographer is a somewhat peculiar endeavor… it requires not only the tact, patience, and thoroughness of a scholar but the stamina of a horse.… read more.