Dancingby Kitty Kroger ’66

In this love story set against the backdrop of radical politics in 1970s New Jersey, Jenny belongs to a Maoist collective which sends its members into factories to organize the proletariat. At her workplace, Jenny falls for Miguel, a Dominican immigrant and revolutionary. Jenny is torn by misgivings about the politics and dogmatism of the collective. These doubts, combined with her devastating relationship with Miguel and her long-standing terror of intimacy and sexuality, threaten to destroy her unless she can discover her own path.

ISBN-13: 978-0984928804. Division Street Books, 2012.