Laurel Zuckerman's Writings
From The TimesJune 16, 2007American learns how the French teach EnglishAdam Sage in Paris An American has rocked the educational establishment of France by daring to challenge the way that English-language teachers are trained for the classroom. Laurel Zuckerman has split the academic world with a book that relates her experience at the heart of the archaic...
BEST AND MOST DELIGHTFUL STORIES ABOUT PARIS
Paris Writers News is launching its first Short Story Contest, open to writers worldwide. Here is a summary: PARIS WRITERS NEWS SHORT STORY CONTEST Genre: Short fiction (with some link to Paris) Closing date: 30 November 2010 Prize: 200 euros for first prize, plus publication of twelve best stories Entry fee: 10 euros Restrictions: Maximum 5’000 words....
Laurel Zuckerman is the author of Sorbonne Confidentialand Les Rêves Barbares du Professeur Collie. A dual national and HEC graduate, Laurel's wickedly humorous account of her attempt to pass an elite exam for English teachers caused an uproar in France. Her...