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Guest judge Heather Cahoon selected Tiffany Midge as the 2020 Eliza So Fellowship Winner for her manuscript “The Urban NDN Women’s Guide to Dating.”
Being a successful writer isn’t all it seems. Just ask Stephen Lyons, who believes we aren’t actually up for all that leisure and happiness.
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While writing her new book, Gayle Brandeis discovered she could take new ground when she allowed herself to write like a dog.
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