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Elizabeth Mosier is the author of The Playgroup (part of GemmaMedia’s “Open Door” series to promote adult literacy), a novel, My Life as a Girl (Random House), and numerous stories, articles, essays, and reviews.  Her work has appeared most recently in 50 Women Over Fifty: A Celebration of Established and Emerging Women Writers, 1966: A…
2016-09-30 15:58
Originally posted on The Gloria Sirens: Because screaming at Trump on a TV screen at the gym while pedaling an elliptical machine wasn’t helping, I got in my car and drove 628 miles to… Read More
2016-09-30 15:41
Because screaming at Trump on a TV screen at the gym while pedaling an elliptical machine wasn’t helping, I got in my car and drove 628 miles to Lexington, Kentucky, to attend the Kent… Read More

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