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A Perfect Life and Other Stores
Elaine Burnes
Call it happily ever after or a perfect life, it’s a universal destination we all hope to reach. Lily plays out the anxieties of her freshman year while standing in line. Lin, wanting only to be left alone, watches a stranger waiting on her porch. Denny flies tourists around an Alaska mountain, hoping to forget, while Alice embarks on an adventure to remember. Tate and Emily, friends since childhood, team up to play out the pirate games of their youth, only this time it’s not a game. From North America’s highest mountain to that quirky town at the end of the hook of Cape Cod and well past the stars beyond, Burnes explores the hopes and fears that drive us all.

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Spectrum for an Untouchable by Meital Yaniv has a review in the Huffington Post.

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Congratulations to Elaine Burnes, her novel Wishbone won the GCLS “Goldie” Award to Dramatic/General Awards.

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Karen Richard at GCLS in Alexandria, Virginia, holding a copy of Women of the Year and enjoying her first autograph session.
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Ruth Rouff’s poem “Aguaria” is in the latest edition of Philadelphia Stories. “Aquaria” is in Ruth’s upcoming collection, Pagan Heaven.

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Pagan Heaven is available for pre-order from your favorite bookseller and will be out in November.

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Elaine Burnes (Wishbone and the upcoming A Perfect Life and Other Stories) has a story in Ylva’s new anthology Finding Ms. Write. “Bookstore Haze” is Elaine’s blog about her inspiration for her story “Consignment.”

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Don’t forget to pre-order (ebook and paperback) Elaine’s A Perfect Life and Other Stories at your favorite bookseller.

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Author Amy Hassinger takes a look at Gale Renee Walden’s poem “Autobiography,” which will be reprinted in Walden’s new book of poetry, Where the Time Goes, from GusGus Press.
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