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While at the Fair she reported for the Quebec City daily, L�Ev�nement. Entries from published authors and recognized historians are accepted. Judges will not consider self-published book-length works. She also published Never a Dull Moment (1941) the memoirs of her husband. In 1910 she was teaching at L�Acad�mie Marchand in Montreal. She has had work published in The Moth Magazine, Banshee Lit, Southword journal.

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Publisher: Four Carat Press (March 26, 2016)

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