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Nan Byrne has worked as a television writer since 2006. Her poems and stories have appeared in a wide variety of literary magazines including Fiction Southeast, Michigan Quarterly Review, Seattle Review, Texas Poetry Review, Canadian Woman Studies, and others. An MFA graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University she is the author of 3 books and recently finished work on a documentary about Margaret Fuller, an early feminist and one of the first female journalists. She is currently at work on a novel



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“If we suspected that we might be headed to a happy ending we were wong. We were too young to know that the winds of change swept through about every fifteen minutes and our lives would be blown apart. We didn't know that God had made us beautiful and the world imperfect. And we didn't know that at the heart of all beauty is something sorrowful and human. Something like love.”
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