Mary L. Tabor
Mary L. Tabor’s short-story collection The Woman Who Never Cooked won Mid-List Press’s First Series Award. Her fiction is forthcoming in the anthology Electric Grace (Paycock Press) in 2007 and has been published recently in Chautauqua Literary Journal, Image, the Mid-American Review, Chelsea, Hayden’s Ferry Review and American Literary Review. She has just completed a novel and teaches at the Smithsonian’s Campus-on-the-Mall and George Washington University. 
Dec 01 2007
A Conversation with Lore Segal
I have a suspicion that goodness, like cleverness, like being good at writing — is a talent, which can and must then be educated and trained…. If, despite my experience of the Holocaust and having to leave my family at ten, my assumption is that this is not a basically violent world, it might not have something to do with having been treated kindly and with respect and with affection by the first people around me in my childhood.