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Farmer at Hedgebrook


Robin Farmer enjoyed 33 days as a writer-in-residence at Hedgebrook, a literary nonprofit near Seattle that supports visionary women writers from around the globe. Farmer, director of the Virginia Screenwriters Forum, worked on two screenplays and a second novel during her “bubble of bliss,” which ended in November. In the photo at left, Robin is sitting at the desk where Alice Walker wrote The Color Purple. Want to know more about the Hedgebrook Residency? Check out their website. Next deadline is February.

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