Bliss Broyard


Bliss Broyard is the author of the bestselling story collection “My Father, Dancing,” which was a New York Times Notable book, and the memoir, “One Drop: My Father’s Hidden Life — A Story of Race and Family Secrets,” which received the Louisiana Endowment for the Arts Humanist Book of the Year award, and was a finalist for the Essence and Books for a Better Life awards. Her stories and essays have been anthologized in “Best American Short Stories,” “The Pushcart Prize,” “The Art of the Essay,” and other collections, and appeared in the New York Times,, Elle, Oprah, Medium, and elsewhere. She is a founding advisor and frequent storyteller for The Moth, and writes frequently about education and social justice.  She is currently working on a podcast about Universal Basic Income. 

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