Sep 02, 2015

In Case You Want to Get Your Book Published | Renate Stendhal, Ph.D.

Two writers meeting at a café, both having won a literary award this year for unpublished work, one of us for her stories, the other for her memoir. We got together because each recognized the other as a writer to reckon with.

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