The Regulator welcomes Jane Gabin, author of The Paris Photo, for a reading and book signing. The Paris Photo is a work of historical fiction set partially at the end of WWII, partially in the recent present, linked by a picture taken in Paris in 1945. Interweaving mystery, romance, and historical research, The Paris Photo is a story of how the traumas of wartime loss persist and ripple into the present.
Jane S. Gabin earned her earned her BA at Queens College of the City University of New York and her PhD in English from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. An independent scholar, she has lectured extensively in the United States and abroad, spending considerable time in England and France. An experienced teacher and educational counselor, Jane’s extensive teaching ranges from high school to college to lifelong learning. Most recently, she has taught at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Duke. She has also worked for many years in university admissions and in college counseling and has published three academic books with university presses, two on 19th century expatriate American women and one on the musical career of Southern poet Sidney Lanier. The Paris Photo is her first novel.