One of the best teaching experiences I’ve ever had occurred earlier this year when I had the privilege to teach an introduction to fiction course at the North Carolina Correctional Institute for Women (see photo). The UNC student newspaper, The Daily Tarheel, was so kind as to speak to me about the experience.
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