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Tiffany Nesbit, Creative Writer

Tiffany J. Nesbit is an Afro-Latina fiction writer, born and raised in the Bronx, NYC- though she currently lives in Brooklyn. After completing her undergraduate degree at Syracuse University, she received her M.F.A. from Adelphi University. She enjoys reading, dancing, shopping, swimming, traveling, and writing about all those things and more at PSFK. 

TATIP Work

Tiffany is completing her TATIP internship with writer Elizabeth Leonard and actress Maria Schirmer in Ms. Amaro's 2nd grade class at PS 132- located in Washington Heights.

Tiffany's most memorable TATIP moment so far has been co-teaching her sample lesson. Though she has taught extensively, the excitement of getting to teach what she loves most is a feeling she will never forget.

Find out more about Tiffany here:

 PSFK Publications: http://www.psfk.com/author/camayak_14 

“The Metro” by Tiffany Nesbit: The Catalyst Short Story Contest Winner

"Contradictory Memories" by Tiffany Nesbit 

Check out Tiffany's Lesson Plan she presented with her TATIP partner, Kadeem Gayle during the fall workshops, and also their Lesson Plan on Onomatopoeia they presented in their residency. 

Also, see Tiffany's blogs The Power of WordsThe Art of a Successful LessonLesson LearnedThe Evolution of the Co-Teacher & Ready, Willing and Now Able on her time with TATIP.

Interested in TATIP? Find out more about our 2015-16 Program!

See more of our 2014-15 Graduates in the 2015 TATIP Anthology! 

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