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Hiltner reads essays for ETS during the academic year. She has taken Korean and Japanese classes at Princeton Adult School.

The Language of Signs

Chu grew up in Hong Kong, came to America for college, and has lived in Princeton for 50 years.


Nancy Cathers Demme was born in Tennessee. She received a BA in psychology from the College of New Jersey and an MLS from Drexel University.

Odd Man Out

David Ludlum lives in Princeton and works as an editor and marketing professional for a wealth management organization.

Tinker, Tailor

A speech/language pathologist, Millman has had poems published in the U.S. 1 Summer Fiction issue, US1 Worksheets, Off the Coast, the Sow’s Ear, and other literary journals.

Pickin Partners

McVay was founding executive director of the Robert Sterling Clark and Geraldine R. Dodge Foundations and the 16th president of the Chautauqua Institution.

Avid Shooter

Stohler is a retired high school English teacher who taught for many years at Edison High School.

Mother of Exiles

Kaplan, an Emmy Award winner, is retired from broadcasting at CBS television.

Night Wanderings

Edelmann studied with Ted Weiss, Galway Kinnell, and Stanley Plumly at Princeton University in the 1970s.

The Wild Geese

Strow belongs to Rice Lyons’ Wordplay Poetry group at Princeton Senior Center.