Annabel Davis-Goff


Davis-Goff is the author of three novels, The Dower House, This Cold Country, and The Fox’s Walk as well as Walled Gardens, a family memoir that describes the life and history of the Anglo-Irish. She has written for television and films, as well as for a variety of magazines. She is also the editor of an anthology, The Literary Companion to Gambling. Davis-Goff has taught in Bennington’s MFA in Writing and Literature Program and in the undergraduate program since 2004. She has worked for over thirty years with organizations that serve homeless families in New York City, and as an advocate for prison reform. She is currently the chair of the board of directors of Housing + Solutions.
Office: Barn 208
Phone: x4388
Office Hours: by appointment only


Recent Courses:

Fall 2014:
William Maxwell: Writer and Editor
Incarceration in America
Aspects of the Novel

Spring 2014:
Incarceration in America
Shakespeare: The Tragedies