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Rachel Hennick

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Rachel Hennick holds a Doctorate of Philosophy in English (Creative Writing) from the University of Adelaide, South Australia (2009), where she completed her dissertation on “The Responsibilities, Roles, and Rights of the Creative Nonfiction Writer.” She earned an Interdisciplinary Bachelor of Science degree in Business and Writing from Stevenson University (2002) and an Associate of Arts Degree in Communication Arts: Television and Theatre from Stevenson University (1990).

In 2004, she was awarded the Arts South Australia prize for creative writing and an International Scholarship from the University of Adelaide. Her short stories have appeared in the literary journal Island and The Australian Women’s Book Review, and on Radio Adelaide’s Ar

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Ghetto Medic by Rachel Hennick
A little girl whose father played an active, positive role in her upbringing has a tendency to be viewed as a larger than life figure. Even with his idiosyncrasies, he is a viable force that often reflects the morals that have been instilled in he..." Read more of this review »
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""While some children listen to fairy tales before going to sleep, my bedtime stories were all about characters battling poverty, prejudice and addiction in Baltimore City ghettos..." This quote, from well into the book, good have been the opening..." Read more of this review »
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