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Elizabeth S. Brinton
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Attended Mills College
Lives in Coeur d' Alene, Idaho
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Coeur d' Alene, Idaho
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Toronto, Ontario - Aspen, Colorado - La Jolla, California - Winters, California - Coeur d' Alene, Idaho
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Born and raised in Toronto, Ontario, Elizabeth Brinton came to love the wilderness while on long canoe trips. These voyages led to a fascination with the events that transpired in the earliest days of New England. Elizabeth studied creative writing in Toronto, San Diego, Davis and Oakland California where she graduated from Mills College. Currently, she resides with her family in the beautiful lake district of North Idaho. My American Eden, Mary Dyer :Martyr for Freedom, is her first work of historical fiction.

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My American Eden, Mary Dyer; Martyr for Freedom, by Elizabeth S. Brinton
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  • Mills College
    Creative Writing, 1986
  • University Of California San Diego
    English
  • University Of California Davis
    English
  • Mills College
    English, B.A.
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Happy Fourth of July!
 Emerson's Concord Hymn Sung at the completion of the battle monument on April 19, 1836 By the rude bridge that arched the flood, Their flag to April's breeze unfurled, Here once the embattled farmers stood, And fired t...
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 J.D. Salinger  Born: January 1, 1919, New York, N.Y.  Died: January 27, 2010, Cornish, New Hampshire Ron Rosenbaum, of Esquire magazine when describing the solitary nature of J.D. Salinger wrote:  "It is not a passiv...
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By Liz Mastin Native American Poetry Path on the Rainbow      I had the pleasure of discovering Native American poetry almost eight years ago, when Coeur d’Alene’s “Rare and Used Bookstore” on Fourth Street wa...
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One fine writer pays tribute to another.
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It’s not the red wine, but their culture of taste and enjoyment. North American fare is so bland that we gobble more to achieve satisfaction
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                                                  Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto My novel in progress has received a great shot in the arm. Hiring an editor to help with the finishing process has been an enlightening and r...
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My great friend... I am so proud of her.
Karin McCaskill, the top in-house lawyer with Halifax-based grocery chain Sobeys Inc., was named 2014 General Counsel of the Year at the CGCA awards gala Monday night
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Led by advertising executive Alexander Younger, a group of investors wants to restore the original terminal building and add a restaurant, an aviation museum, and an event space, featuring the participation of high-profile interior designers and celebrity chefs
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Jhumpa Lahiri's, The Lowland is a complex and fascinating novel, set in a section of Calcutta called Tollygunde. The title refers to the geographical region where two brothers take up their rendezvous with destiny. Maureen Co...
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