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Interview with Anora McGaha: Founding Editor of Women Writers, Women Books

Anora McGaha has loved art and literature since she was a little girl. Growing up in a home that emphasized academics and culture, she has always expressed a tendency toward the creative. After experiencing several eye-opening encounters within the business of literature and the process of publishing,  Anora has found a calling and a purpose in providing opportunity for the…

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Kristin Newman: What I Was Doing While You Were Breeding

 Newman always loved traveling. Her schedule as a television comedy writer, allowed her to travel several months out of the year in mixed groups or just with her girlfriends. After many fun trips as singles, her travel partners began pairing off to marry and start families. Not ready to give up her love of travel…

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Laura McHugh: The Weight of Blood

Lucy Dane has always been considered an outsider in the small Ozark mountain town of Henbane. Looked upon as the child of a mystical woman who came to town years ago, never fit in, and disappeared, Lucy has carried the weight of not knowing and not belonging her whole life. The question of what happened…