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Stegner Fellow In Creative Writing
Stanford University

Whole Children

Specialty Teacher
Whole Children


Stegner Fellow
Stanford University

Board Member
Whole Children


Kenyon College


University of Michigan

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Ms. Sanders has studied screenwriting ...

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Ms. Sanders has studied screenwriting with Cammie McGovern, then a Jones Fellow at Stanford University's prestigious Creative Writing Department now a writer living in Connecticut and with Erika Szantos a Hungarian screenwriter now teaching at San Francisco State University.

Cammie ...

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Cammie McGovern

Cammie McGovern
A sample of what our students had to say after their visit with Cammie:
"I learned a lot from Cammie McGovern about mysteries, the inspiration for her work and the process of writing." Exceptional!!!
Cammie McGovern is the author of three novels, Neighborhood Watch, Eye Contact, and The Art of Seeing.
She was a Stegner Fellow in creative writing at Stanford University, and has received numerous prizes for her short fiction. Her stories have appeared in Glamour, Ladies Home Journal, Redbook and Seventeen, among others. She is one of the founders of Whole Children, a resource center that runs after-school classes and programs for children with special needs.
The film rights for Eye Contact have been optioned by Revolution Pictures - Julia Roberts' production company.
Cammie resides in Amherst, Massachusetts with her husband and three children.
For more information about Cammie McGovern visit her website.

Neighborhood Watch, Cammie ...

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Neighborhood Watch, Cammie McGovern

This week I decided to reread a couple older books along with my pop culture book pick of the moment, Neighborhood Watch by Cammie McGovern.
And from there the author, Cammie McGovern spins the tale of the unfortunate Betsy Treading, who, after spending twelve years in prison for a crime she didn't commit, is released when new evidence comes to light. She must go back to her old neighborhood to try to put the pieces from her lost memory together and begin to solve the murder of her neighbor, meet the people who turned their backs on her and allowed her to confess to a crime she didn't commit. Betsy walks in her sleep. Her fingerprints are all over the crime scene; there is blood on her nightgown, and Betsy starts to believe she must've committed murder while wandering one night. I love books that portray what lies beneath the perfect surface of a community, show that the nice neighbors may be hiding secrets that would startle everyone if revealed. Why would a woman confess to a crime, serve time in prison, and then begin to believe she is truly innocent? Implausible as this situation sounds, the author made me believe it really happened, and you will follow along to see how she did just that and wonder at the intricate relationships of the people who attend the neighborhood watch meetings.
Cammie McGovern was a Stegner Fellow at Stanford University and has received numerous prizes for her short fiction. She is also the author of the 2006 novel, Eye Contact and The Art of Seeing. Her books are available in trade paperback or eBook.
-an excerpt from Neighborhood Watch by Cammie McGovern, published by Penguin Books
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Blog | Center for Disability Rights | Removal of Barriers, Inclusion of People | Page 3

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When author Cammie McGovern's oldest son was diagnosed with autism, she looked for an outlet where he could be with other children with similar difficulties. That led her to form the group "Whole Children," an after-school and weekend program for children with disabilities.

Now, a decade later, those kids spurred her to write the new young adult novel "Say What You Will" (excerpt below).
"Having been surrounded by all these terrific teens with disabilities and seeing how much they wanted relationships and love as much as their typically developing peers, it felt like time to write a story about that," McGovern told Here & Now's Robin Young.

Cammie McGovern ...

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Cammie McGovern (President)

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