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Emily Craig graduated from the University of North Alabama with her English, Professional Writing Degree in 2018. She is a self-published author with five poetry collections. “Will You Love Me Again?” is her debut novel (March 2020). She has poetry published on Instagram by Nightingale & Sparrow, Royal Rose, and Marias at Sampaguitas, along with poems in Marias at Sampaguitas Issue One.

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“What I started to learn in dog surgery—and have had to relearn many times since—is the crucial balance between becoming hardened enough to remain objective with the science while retaining enough emotion to feel outrage on the victims' behalf. Cold, clear objectivity enables me to analyze the evidence, and that's a crucial part of my job, one that offers closure to loved ones and sometimes helps bring a murderer to justice. But compassion for the victim spurs me on to uncover new evidence, keeping me up late to work on a forensic sculpture or sending me on another trip into the Kentucky woods.”
Emily Craig, Teasing Secrets from the Dead: My Investigations at America's Most Infamous Crime Scenes




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