Nancy Devine was raised in the Bay Area where she rocked with earthquakes and political demonstrations. She attended UC Santa Barbara and spent her junior year in France at Bordeaux University. Later she wrote for a healthcare journal, a banking association, WebMD, Alternative Healing, HealthWeek, NurseWeek, Stanford University, the Association for the California Society of CPAs, and Yoga Journal. She attended California College of the Art's MFA in Writing Program specializing in fiction and graduated in May 2007. In August 2007 she published an essay in the SF Chronicle Sunday magazine that her thesis committee memeber Rebekah Bloyd saw as a draft and said could work "when you fix the ending," advice Nancy successfully followed. She has gleefully attended the Squaw Valley Community of Writers workshops twice. Nancy writes fiction, essays, book reviews, and ghostwritten content to stay limber. She divides her time between writing and flash mob dancing.
Writing fiction and non-fiction, reading great writing, talking about writing, listening to writers read their work, spinning, dancing, eating, sleeping, oh, right, editing, getting organized, and getting crazy, singing and mugging inappropriately.
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