dc lambert is a public school teacher serving an inner city school district. She earned her MFA from Warren Wilson College Program for Writers. Her award-winning writing has appeared in such magazines as Stand, ACM, Columbia and Connections, and her academic book, Point of View in Mrs Dalloway: Rooms, Corridors and Houses, was recently published by Edwin Mellen Press.
She is currently working on a novel, We Can’t Breathe, a fictional story about an experienced teacher and single mom who is laid off, then lands a position teaching in the inner city of Canterbury, where she has to confront challenges she’d never dreamed of. Surrounded by an onslaught of bullets, bureaucracy and neglect, her forgotten students struggle to learn while she must make a decision about who she really is.