New York Times bestselling author
Nancy Milford's, "Zelda," a number one New York Times bestseller, was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award and was translated into twelve languages. Milford was an Annenberg Fellow at Brown University in 1995 and a Fulbright Scholar in Turkey in 1999. She has taught at the University of Michigan and at Vassar College, and she will be in the American Studies Program at Princeton University in the Fall of 2001. She is a founder of the Writer's Room, has held a Guggenheim Fellowship, and is a Literary Lion at the New York Public Library. Nancy Milford lives in New York.
Roni* interviewed Nancy Saturday, October 6, 2001 on "Beyond Words."