Jeanne Robinson Audio Books

Jeanne Robinson Audio Books

Jeanne Robinson (1948–2010) was a writer, choreographer, dancer, teacher, and lay-ordained Buddhist monk. She was artistic director of Halifax’s Nova Dance Theatre for eight years and choreographed thirty original works. Her Hugo and Nebula winning 1976 novella Stardance pioneered the concept of zero gravity dance, and inspired three novels.

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