Why There Are Words-Pittsburgh will take place last Saturdays of the month beginning March 25 at White Whale Bookstore. Nancy Koerbel is the Coordinator for Why There Are Words-Pittsburgh.

Nancy Koerbel has written everything from award-winning editorials to instructions on preparing frozen French fries, and had one of her poems made into an animated 60 second short for Lifetime TV. She teaches writing of the legal/professional ilk, currently focusing on critical First Amendment issues, at the University of Pittsburgh, holds an MFA from the Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College, and is a former recipient of a grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. She lives just outside the city limits, in the historic borough of Crafton, with her husband and her rescue dog, Baru.

Contact Nancy at nancykoerbel AT gmail DOT com.

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