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Writing in Place: Stories from the Pandemic is a collection of short stories and essays inspired by COVID-19 and the range of emotional experiences brought about by this surreal time. Barbara DeMarco-Barrett, author of Pen on Fire: A Busy Woman’s Guide to Igniting the Writer Within, and host of the public radio show and podcast, Writers on Writing, brings together 17 writers from her long-term writing workshops, Writers Block Party and the Literary Possé, to produce this eclectic collection. The pieces range from the dystopian to the apocalyptic. There are mystery stories, as well as stories exploring love and grief. Together, the compilation celebrates the triumph of the human spirit and the importance of art during dark times. This diverse roster of writers includes Dina Andre, Nancy Carpenter, Cindy Trane Christeson, Angela Cybulski, Amelia Dellos, Phil Doran, Anne Dunham, Jennifer Irani, Stephanie King, Jan Mannino, Rosalia Mattern, Marla Noel, Lisa Richter, Dianne Russell, Catherine Singer, Marrie Stone, Laurie Sullivan, and Judy Wagner.
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