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Rebecca Chace

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Rebecca Chace is the author of Chautauqua Summer, a New York Times Notable Book, and the novel Capture the Flag, which was recently adapted into a short film. Chace cowrote the screenplay (with director Lisanne Skyler) and acts in the film. Chace is also the author of several plays, has contributed to The New York Times Magazine and The New York Times Book Review, among other publications, and teaches at Bard College and the MFA Creative Writing Program at City College. She lives in New York City.

www.rebeccachace.com

Photograph by Nina Subin

Rebecca Chace

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Rebecca Chace is the author of Chautauqua Summer, a New York Times Notable Book, and the novel Capture the Flag, which was recently adapted into a short film. Chace cowrote the screenplay (with director Lisanne Skyler) and acts in the film. Chace is also the author of several plays, has contributed to The New York Times Magazine and The New York Times Book Review, among other publications, and teaches at Bard College and the MFA Creative Writing Program at City College. She lives in New York City.

www.rebeccachace.com

Photograph by Nina Subin

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Author Rebecca Chace Reveals Her Previous Occupation

Leaving Rock Harbor author Rebecca Chace talks about her unconventional job before she became a writer.

My Life in 8 Words

Author Revealed

Q. What is your motto or maxim?

A. perseverance furthers

Q. What’s your fantasy profession?

A. musician

Q. Which living person do you most admire?

A. Hard to say: I do have a huge crush on Michelle Obama, but who doesn't?

Q. What is your favorite occupation, when you’re not writing?

A. Walking, eating, reading, being with my friends and family--guess I can't choose one . . .

Q. Who is your favorite fictional villain?

A. Richard III, (though he is historical as well, but in Shakespeare's version who can resist him?)

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