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Works Published Fiction Brethren Hollow, a novella, One 'n Done Series, Read Furiously, 2020. Information at http://www.readfuriously.com/p/brethren-hollow.html. "Head On," Philadelphia Stories, Winter 2020. Read it at https://philadelphiastories.org/article/head-on/. "Cutthroat Alley," in The World Takes: Life in the Garden State, Read Furiously, 2019. Information at http://www.readfuriously.com/p/the-world-takes.html. "Every Takeoff," cc&d (Children, Churches and Daddies), vol. 292, September-October 2019. Read it at http://scars.tv/ccdissues/292sep-oct19/In_The_Fall.htm#Takeoff. "Brake Pads," cc&d, vol. 271, May

Works TEACHING-THE-HARLEM-RENAISSANCE BAYWALK-RONDO Margaret Montet Writer, Speaker, Librarian Margaret Montet's narratives of place are combined with memoir, research, and culture. Much of her work focuses on classical music, her first love. She's a librarian at Bucks County Community College and holds an MFA in Creative Nonfiction from the Pan European MFA Program at Cedar Crest College. She presents fun, multimedia Music History lectures to lifelong learning audiences and

Due out in February 2020 Works Calligraphy by Tracy Swift Hayden Saunier writer/actor Hayden Saunier is the author of five books of poetry and her work has been awarded the Pablo Neruda Prize, Rattle Poetry Prize, Gell Poetry Award, Robert Fraser Award, among others. She is a Bucks County Poet Laureate. Her work as an actor includes appearances in The Sixth Sense, House of Cards, Mindhunter, and Infernal,

Works Know this Elegy for summer's passing Robbin Farr Poet, Writer & Bookbinder Former high school literature teacher, creative writing instructor, Robbin Farr is now a founder and co-editor of River Heron Review, an online poetry journal. Writer, poet, photographer of blighted buildings, and sometimes bookbinder, Robbin lives in Doylestown, PA where she is actively involved in a community of poets and is on the Board of the Arts