| Barbara Gordon|| Author|
| I'm Dancing as Fast as I Can|
National Book Award for Autobiography (Hardcover)
I'm Dancing as Fast as I, Jennifer Fever: Older Me, Opportunities in Commerc, To A Lost Love, Cure Your Cravings: Learn to
Jack Hofsiss, Yefim Shubentsov, David Rabe
Barbara Gordon (filmmaker) Wikipedia
Barbara Gordon is an American award-winning documentary filmmaker and author. After graduating from Barnard College, she worked for almost twenty years in television as a writer and producer. She won two Emmys for her work on the Channel 2 Eye On Series Documentary for WCBS. She also worked on the PBS Emmy Award winning series, The Great American Dream Machine, where she filmed segments on Studs Terkel, Dalton Trumbo, and Jane Fonda. In 1979, Gordon released her autobiography, I'm Dancing as Fast as I Can, which follows her addiction to Valium and battle towards recovery. A film adaptation, directed by Jack Hofsiss and starring Jill Clayburgh as Gordon, was released in 1982. Gordon is also the author of the novel Defects of the Heart and the nonfiction book Jennifer Fever.
She currently lives in New York.