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Season 2, Episode 10 – Amy Belding Brown

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We’re ready for episode ten, are you? History Through Fiction: The Podcast continues with Amy Belding Brown, author of Emily’s House, a novel about Emily Dickinson's longtime maid, Irish immigrant Margaret Maher, whose bond with the poet ensured Dickinson's work would live on. In this episode we cha
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We’re ready for episode ten, are you? History Through Fiction: The Podcast continues with Amy Belding Brown, author of Emily’s House, a novel about Emily Dickinson's longtime maid, Irish immigrant Margaret Maher, whose bond with the poet ensured Dickinson's work would live on. In this episode we chat with Brown about her choice to write a story about Margaret Maher rather than Emily Dickinson. We also learn about Brown’s writing process in order to discover her character’s voices, and about the teacher that influenced Brown to become an author. Check it out!





About the AuthorAmy Belding Brown graduated from Bates College in the late 1960s and went on to receive her MFA degree in 2002 from Vermont College, where she worked closely with Bret Lott and Victoria Redel. Since then, she’s taught writing at Worcester State University, Fitchburg State University, Granite State College, and the Worcester Institute for Senior Education. A life-long history lover, she has also worked as an educator and historical interpreter at Orchard House Museum in Concord, Massachusetts. It was at that time she began to marry fiction and history. In 2005, her novel Mr. Emerson's Wife was published by St. Martin's Press. Flight of the Sparrow was published by New American Library in July, 2014. Her latest novel, Emily’s House, published by Berkley, was released in August, 2021.
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