Sharon Dennis Wyeth

Author. Poet. Memoirist.

I’M A DANCER in THE TALK

Proud to have my essay “I”m A Dancer” included in THE TALK, an award winning new anthology edited by Wade and Cheryl Willis Hudson, published by Crown. Hardcover now available. Coming soon in paperback! “I’m A Dancer” is one of several memoir pieces I’ve written set in the segregated world in Washington, D.C. where I grew up and attended public schools. At a classroom costume party, where I’m the only “Negro” child, I feel invisible. The memory of this deeply felt interior experience is one of many indelible recollections that set me on a lifelong exploration of “race” and identity.

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Celebrating 24 Years in Print!

In 2023 SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL will have its

25th ANNIVERSARY!!

OPEN TO IDEAS FOR A WAY TO CELEBRATE!

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Something Beautiful, “a shining testament” published 1998.

 

 

 

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“A Family for Baby Grand”

Sharon at a performance of her concert story “A Family for Baby Grand” with The Chappaqua Orchestra, conductor Michael Shapiro, composer Brad Ross and narrator Paul Shaffer! A grand time indeed! (orchestra photo credit: Carolyn Simpson)

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Sharon has a new book, The River and Me. Learn more at American Girl about Evette and her passion for nature!