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Breena Clarke
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I'm a writer, a reader, a listener, a looker, a talker, a swimmer and sometimes a squawker
I'm a writer, a reader, a listener, a looker, a talker, a swimmer and sometimes a squawker

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http://bit.ly/2c24iXs - Breena Clarke, host of Four O'Clock Flowers, a podcast produced for The Hobart Book Village Festival of Women Writers, speaks to Yesenia Montilla, poet and participating author for Festival 2016

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http://bit.ly/2bCJTVx In this Writers Conversation: Why Memoir?, JP Howard, Dahlma Llanos-Figueroa, and Bessy Reyna will discuss their approaches to facilitating memoir writing, mining memories, and focusing on life’s significant events.

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http://bit.ly/2bp5YpA We're thrilled that Sophfronia Scott is back as a participating author for Festival of Women Writers 2016

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Festival of Women Writers 2016 is thrilled to welcome poet, Kamilah Aisha Moon. Register today at: www.hobartfestivalofwomenwriters.com

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http://bit.ly/2a0CP7f We're asking our friends and family to support our fourth straight year of creating a platform for promoting the literary work of women. Check out the video of our stunning lineup of Participating Writers. We appreciate any and all contributions to our Indiegogo Fundraising Campaign.

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http://bit.ly/2axhy2E HBV Festival of Women Writers 2016 is thrilled to welcome, LaShonda Katrice Barnett. Mark your calendar for the weekend of September 9, 10 & 11th. #festivalwomenwrite    #diversityinlit   #womenwrite  

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listen to my interview with novelist, playwright and teacher, Elizabeth Searle, who'll be a participating writer for Festival of Women Writers 2016.
For more information, go to www.hobartfestivalofwomenwriters.com

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This is a great video introduction black speculative fiction, a.k.a. afrofuturism.

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read "The Moses of Octoraro Creek" published by Stonecoast Review
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