Crescent Dragonwagon

Crescent Dragonwagon (née Ellen Zolotow, November 25, 1952, New York City) is a multigenre writer. She has written fifty books, including two novels, seven cookbooks and culinary memoirs, more than twenty children's books, a biography, and a collection of poetry. In addition, she has written for magazines including ''The New York Times Book Review'', ''Lear's'', ''Cosmopolitan'', ''McCall's'', and ''The Horn Book''.

Dragonwagon and her late husband, Ned Shank, owned Dairy Hollow House, a country inn and restaurant in the Ozark Mountain community of Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Dragonwagon later co-founded the non-profit Writer's Colony at Dairy Hollow, and was active in the cultural and literary life of Arkansas throughout the 31 years she lived in the state full-time. After Shank's death in 2000, Dragonwagon moved to her family's summer home in Vermont.

Since the 2014 death of her subsequent partner, filmmaker-activist David R. Koff, with whom she lived in Vermont for a decade, she has divided her time among New York, Vermont, and Arkansas.

Dragonwagon is the daughter of the writers Charlotte and Maurice Zolotow. She serves as literary executor to both her parents. Provided by Wikipedia
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Published 1990
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