Sharon Dilworth is the award-winning author of two collections of short stories, The Long White and Women Drinking Benedictine, and two novels, Year of the Ginkgo and My Riviera. Her newest book, Two Sides, Three Rivers, is a collection of stories that take place in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Sharon has won a National Endowment for Fiction grant, a Pushcart Prize in Fiction and a Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Grant. And she is the Director of the Creative Writing Program at Carnegie Mellon University.
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Thoroughly enjoyed this interview. I not only learned a lot about the writing process but was inspired and impressed with the passion and love Dilworth brings to her art.