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GAIL PRIEST: When a story becomes a trilogy

GAIL PRIEST: When a story becomes a trilogy

 Gail gives a reading from  Moonrise .

Gail gives a reading from Moonrise.

GAIL PRIEST is the author of the Annie Crow Knoll trilogy.  A native of Collingswood, NJ, Gail now lives in Haddon Heights, NJ, but for seventeen years, she and her husband rented a vacation cottage in a Chesapeake Bay cottage community, which was the inspiration for the Annie Crow Knoll novels. A selection from the second book in the series appeared in an anthology published by PS Book, a division of Philadelphia Stories. Gail's career in performing arts and education has allowed her to play various roles: teacher, adjunct college professor, guidance counselor, actor, director, and writer. She was named Writer of the Year for 2016 by the South Jersey Writer’s Group and is currently working on her new novel, Soul Mates, which is set in Philadelphia and Rehoboth, Delaware. 


BARBARA LOCKHART: On the craft of writing and her new short story collection

BARBARA LOCKHART: On the craft of writing and her new short story collection

WILLIAM PEAK: Award-winning author and "the library guy"

WILLIAM PEAK: Award-winning author and "the library guy"

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