Nora Maynard

Nora Maynard has received fiction fellowships from the Millay Colony for the Arts, the Ragdale Foundation, the Ucross Foundation, and Blue Mountain Center, and is a 2007 winner of the Bronx Writers’ Center/Bronx Council on the Arts’ Chapter One Competition. Her non-fiction works include The Celluliod Pantry, a weekly column on food and drink in film, which runs Tuesdays at Apartment Therapy: The Kitchen, as well as book reviews, interviews, and personal essays. Nora is a graduate of the University of Toronto and worked in publishing in Toronto and New York as an editor and publicist. She is completing a novel, Burnt Hill Road. On November 4th, she’ll run her 5th consecutive New York City Marathon. Visit her website at

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