RC lecturer Leslie Stainton publishes essay in Broad Street

RC First-Year Seminar lecturer Leslie Stainton has published “Miniature,” an essay, in Broad Street, a “magazine of true stories.” Leslie has been teaching First-Year Seminars since 2017, and was also a lecturer in the RC from 2003-2007. She has worked as an editor at the U-M School of Public Health, Museum of Art, and at the late, great Borders Books. She is the author of Staging Ground: An American Theater and Its Ghosts (Penn State Press, 2014) and Lorca: A Dream of Life (Farrar Straus Giroux, 1999). Her articles and essays have appeared in The New York TimesWashington PostThe SunThe American ScholarBrevity, River TeethAmerican Poetry Review, and Common-place, among others. A two-time recipient of a Fulbright fellowship, she is at work on a book about her slaveholding ancestors, the Scarletts of Georgia.