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Louella Bryant

Louella Bryant is the author of the memoir Hot Springs and Moonshine Liquor and While In Darkness There Is Light, a biography of Charlie Dean, brother to former DNC Chairman Howard Dean. She has published four historical novels for young adults as well as an award-winning collection of stories. Louella has been awarded numerous prizes for her short stories and poems, which have appeared in the magazines WomenArts Quarterly Journal, Hunger Mountain, The Adirondack Review, Fine Print, Vermont Life, The Teacher’s Voice, Farmhouse, and Mobius, and the anthologies High Horse, Tartts 2—Incisive Fiction from Emerging Writers, and A Cadence of Horses. Her essays are included in the anthologies Far From Home, Lessons From Our Parents, and Southern Sin as well as the magazines Atrium, Sacred Fire, and Vermont Quarterly. Formerly on the faculty of the Spalding University MFA in Writing Program, Louella now works as an independent editor in Vermont. Visit her at louellabryant.com.

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