High Tide

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Product Details

Price
$19.95  $18.55
Publisher
Chenille Books
Publish Date
Pages
350
Dimensions
5.98 X 9.02 X 0.78 inches | 1.13 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781931922043
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About the Author

Teacher, author, playwright, and poet Andrea Fisher Rowland (1957-2019) made her home in Charlottesville, Virginia. Andrea spent her childhood years in New Zealand, and thereafter was a Virginia resident for most of her life. She graduated in English from James Madison University, where hers was the first student-written play-entitled Fancies -ever presented on the main stage of campus and for which she won the Norman Lear Award for Comedy Playwriting. She earned an MA from the University of Virginia with a concentration in Creative Writing, studying with John Casey and Greg Orr. She went on to earn a PhD from the University as well, working with Karen Chase and Edgar Shannon. Her dissertation, The Supernatural Muse: Representations of the Creative Impulse in the Fiction of Emily Bronte, Charlotte Bronte, and Charles Dickens, examines the supernatural figures (ghosts, genii, etc.) appearing in those authors' works. She worked as an Assistant Dean and Director of Studies at the University of Virginia, taught composition and literature at Wake Forest University, and taught introduction to theater at James Madison University. She has directed readings and productions of Shakespeare and other early modern playwrights at Wake Forest and at the University of Virginia. Most recently she taught English at Renaissance School in Charlottesville. Throughout the years, while raising her son Liam, she wrote poetry, plays, and fiction, notably her novel High Tide. In 2017, an excerpt from High Tide was a finalist in the Virginia Festival of the Book Fiction Contest, and her poem, These Same Fields, won the Writer House / Jefferson Madison Regional Library Poetry Competition. Her poem, Waikato, was published in Artemis Journal in 2018. The poetry collection, Family Album, and the novel, High Tide, are both published by Chenille Books.

Reviews

"A superb integration of humanity and nature, Rowland's book is articulate, poetic, and titillates the senses. After reading, I'm still feeling the pull of High Tide." --Erica Arvold, Founder & CEO, Arvold