Abby Wasserman is a writer, artist and editor.
Native to the San Francisco Bay region, she lived overseas from 1964 to 1972 and on the East Coast from 1974 to 1984.
Now back in her home town of Mill Valley, she edits the Mill Valley Historical Review magazine, freelances as a journalist and book editor, reviews classical music for an online publication, exhibits her art, and teaches creative writing.
Selections from Abby's hundreds of published articles on visual artists, plus recent feature articles and classical music reviews. Also: an essay by art historian Allison M. Moore.
Abby works with a variety of media to create artwork, including Collage, Assemblage, Watercolor & Illustration.
Abby Wasserman teaches creative writing groups in Marin County, California. Her Thursday freewriting class is a supportive and stimulating environment. During the pandemic it's being taught on Zoom.
As a freelance editor, Abby has edited projects of all kinds, including letters, short stories, feature articles, non-fiction books and novels. Her most recent project is Betty Goerke's historical fiction for third graders, Adventures of Two Coast Miwok Children. Currently published by the Mill Valley Historical Society in a Teacher's Edition, it will be out in a trade paperback for kids by early 2021.
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