Barbara Corrado PopeOregon Book Award Finalist, Oprah notable Best Mystery
Barbara Corrado Pope has written three critically acclaimed historical novels set in late 19th-century France: Cézanne’s Quarry (2008), a finalist for an Oregon Book Award, The Blood of Lorraine (2010) and The Missing Italian Girl (2013). This March her 10-minute play, based on an incident in 1980’s Poland, was performed at the Northwest Ten Play Festival in Eugene. She is retired from the University of Oregon where she was an award-winning teacher of history and women’s studies.
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