Columbia School of General Studies and Columbia University School of the Arts
Master of Fine Arts, Creative Writing from Columbia University School of the Arts (1973)
She has published numerous short stories in literary journals such as The Iowa Review, antioch review, The Literary Review, The Northwest Review and poetry in The New Renaissance & Punto 7 Review. Her novels include two in progress as well as Innocence and Gold Dust. She has given Readings and Talks at Authors' Events and presented at academic conferences, the most recent being the Association of Ancient Historians at Brock University in Ontario, Canada. She is a Consultant to writers and playwrights.
Frances Webb is a distinguished graduate of Columbia University School of the Arts. She is an accomplished author with a novel under her belt. Frances continues to electrify her audience with tales of passion and soul wrenching conflict. Her most recent story, "Innocence and Gold Dust" is a timeless story of power and revenge, alive with real history. This novel takes place in the latter half of the fourth century in the Roman Empire, a time and place not often frequented in fiction. Eutropius is an orphan who is castrated as a baby to increase his worth as a slave. And as a slave, he struggles with his lack of social and sexual power, which then turns into a lust for wealth and political power. Eutropius uses questionable methods to gain money and prestige. For more information on this and other stories written by Frances, please go to www.franceswebb.com.