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Shelley Wong on Keeping it Real and Being Kind

Shelley Wong on Keeping it Real and Being Kind

An interview with Shelley Wong from The Write Stuff series: Shelley Wong is the author of As She Appears (YesYes Books, 2022), winner of the 2019 Pamet River Prize,…

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Ashley Reynolds on Never Being Limited by Identity

Ashley Reynolds on Never Being Limited by Identity

An interview with Ashley Reynolds from The Write Stuff series: When people ask what do you do, you tell them…? When people ask what I do I first tell…

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Paul Signorelli on Civility Serving as a Foundation of Discourse

Paul Signorelli on Civility Serving as a Foundation of Discourse

An interview with Paul Signorelli from The Write Stuff series: Paul Signorelli is a San Francisco-based writer-trainer-presenter-consultant. He focuses on innovations in lifelong learning, community partnerships and activism/advocacy, and…

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