Shelle Barton, Sheyene Foster Heller, and Jennifer Henderson "We Were Such a Generation"-- Memoir, Truthfulness, and History An Interview with Patricia Hampl Patricia Hampl is the author of several books of nonfiction, including the memoirs A Romantic Education, Virgin Time, and, most recently, I Could Tell You Stories: Sojourns in the Land of Memory. All three were New York Times Notable Books of the Year, and I Could Tell You Stories was a National Book Critics Circle Awards Finalist. She has received MacArthur, Fulbright, Ingram Merrill, Guggenheim, Bush, and nea fellowships. A long-time poet, her books include Spillville and Woman Before an Aquarium. Hampl's writing has appeared in the New Yorker, Paris Review, New York Times Book Review, Ploughshares, Antaeus and Kenyon Review. Her next book, The Silken Chamber, an exploration of the odalisque figure in Western art, is due for release in 2004. Hampl is Regents' Professor at the University of Minnesota where she teaches both poetry and prose. shelle barton: You started your career as a poet and then moved into writing nonfiction with A Romantic Education. I'm curious about what the difference is in process for you as a writer, since you work in several
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