Nancy A. Lane writes about her family and growing up in New York City in the 1950s and 60s. The people she writes about are complicated—not always likeable—but they are compelling and very much of their time. Nancy's writing has been workshopped at Saint Malachy’s The Actors Chapel in New York City. For the past thirty years, Nancy practiced law in France and throughout Europe. She recently returned to the Upper East Side of Manhattan, and the neighborhood where she spent the first seventeen years of her life. Instagram: @selflector
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About My Mother

By Nancy A. Lane
I write about my mother to fill the gap she left, to attenuate my orphanhood, to keep her with me, and because I need to know who she was in order to know who I am.
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