Jane St. Clair

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Jane St. Clair

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I've been writing stories since I was five years old. What I did before that, I don't remember. Just loafed, I guess.

That's what PG Wodehouse said, and it applies to me. My first big break-through was winning Seventeen Magazine's Short Story Contest when I was a student at Northwestern University. Walk Me to Midnight is my first novel, but I have published a dozen short stories in literary magazines like Rosebud, Clockwatch Review, Descant, Red Rock Review,Clare, Thema, QWF, 300 Days of Sun and these anthologies: "Suicidally Beautiful" (sports fiction),"Days of Sorrow Days of Grace" (stories from the heartland), "Mourning Sickness," and "Fire Stories." I am the author of 54 children's stories published by the Arkansas Reading Project, 17 c
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“Yosemite’s mountains are calling me, and I must go back, ” John Muir wrote. Yosemite haunts you with its beauty, and the memory of it gets into your mind until you have to go back.


I was lucky enough to return to Yosemite this spring, and yet I felt disappointed because it was raining.


Yosemite falls in Rain Jane St Clair Black and White


After all, you go back to Yosemite, as Muir said, “to hear the waterfalls and birds and wi...

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booklady When I was a little girl I dreamed about having a Best Friend, a Kindred Spirit, as Anne (with an "E") used to talk about in Anne of Green Gables. I never found her until you became my friend dear Jane!


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