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Celine Keating

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Celine Keating is an award-winning author living in New York and Rhode Island. Her third novel will be published in October 2023. Keating's second novel, Play for Me (2015) was an International Book Award finalist in literary fiction; her first novel, Layla, published in June, 2011, was chosen by both HuffPost and Poets & Writers as a must-read book. She is the co-editor of On Montauk: A Literary Celebration. Keating was the first place winner of the Tucson Literary Festival Award in fiction in 2021 and the 2014 first place winner of the Hackney Literary Award in short fiction. Her stories and other writing have appeared in Echoes, Emrys Journal, Mount Hope, The North Stone Review, Prairie Schooner, Santa Clara Review, Poets & Writers, Coas ...more

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My Search for Three Pines

(first published in Creativity & Constraint, Wising Up Press)
Most literary pilgrimages are to where an author has lived or worked; mine involved an imaginary place

Canada's Eastern Townships, L'Estrie, the region of Québec less than two hours' south of Montreal and just over the border from Vermont, is an area rich in beauty, culture, and history. After the American Revolution, some who were loyal Read more of this blog post »
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