Camille Roy


Camille Roy is a writer and performer of fiction, poetry, and plays. Her books include Sherwood Forest (Futurepoem, 2011); a play, Cheap Speech (Leroy, 2002); and a fictional autobiography Craquer (2nd Story, 2002); two novellas collected as Swarm (Black Star Series, 1998); The Rosy Medallions (Kelsey Street Press, 1995); and two plays collected as Cold Heaven (O Books, 1993). She also co-edited Biting The Error: Writers Explore Narrative (Coach House, 2005, reissued 2010) and was a founding editor of the online journal Narrativity. Roy has taught creative writing at San Francisco State University, California State University Summer Arts, and Naropa University. She lives and works in San Francisco.

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Cold Heaven
By Camille Roy

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