About Tamsen Wolff
Tamsen Wolff grew up in Hanover, New Hampshire and Royalton, Vermont. She is an Associate Professor in the Department of English at Princeton University, where she specializes in modern and contemporary drama and performance, gender studies, cultural studies, directing, voice, and dramaturgy. She has worked professionally and at universities as a director and a dramaturg. An Associate Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework, she has taught courses and coached individuals in voice, text, and public speaking. She majored in Theatre and Women's Studies at Smith College and completed her PhD in Theatre and English from Columbia University.
She lives with her family in Princeton. Juno's Swans is her first novel.