Writing by Beth Taylor: Memoir, Essays, Columns, and Lectures

Welcome to the Library of my Writing. It includes links to:

My book, The Plain Language of Love and Loss: A Quaker Memoir;

Essays on journeys of conscience and losses during the Vietnam War;

Essays on the teaching and practice of nonfiction writing;

A digital essay on the life of my grandmother in rural Maine through her memories, scrapbook, and photographs;

Musings on life and love.

Just click on a link in the menu above.

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About Beth Taylor

Dr. Elizabeth S. (Beth) Taylor co-directs the Nonfiction Writing Program in the Department of English at Brown University. She teaches creative nonfiction -- literary journalism, historical narrative, and memoir. She earned her PhD in American Literature from Brown in 1989, then taught at Harvard before returning to Brown. A former feature writer, and now book reviewer, for the Providence Journal, recent essays also include a reflection on Brown's Nonfiction Writing Program in Composition Studies; "Apprenticing Nonfictionists" in The Journal of Teaching Writing; and "Itches and Scratches" in Brown Alumni Magazine. Her essays on the Vietnam War era include a Pendle Hill pamphlet, "Quaker in Vietnam: Rick Thompson (1949-1973)"; "Fighting Pacifism" in Friends Journal; "Crossing the Line: Finding Butch," in War, Literature, and the Arts; "Lost to Vietnam: Choices and Impact" in the anthology, Friends and the Vietnam War and on the web site "Writing Vietnam;" and "Conflict and Loss" in NPR's "This I Believe" series. The final publication in this series is her book, The Plain Language of Love and Loss: A Quaker Memoir, published by the University of Missouri Press in April, 2009.
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