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Amy M. Alvarez

Amy M. Alvarez is the author of Makeshift Altar and the co-editor of Essential Voices: A COVID-19 Anthology.

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Jennifer Robin Barr

Jennifer Robin Barr writes for a middle-grade audience, weaving fiction with little-known nuggets of history. Goodbye, Mr. Spalding (Astra Publishing, 2019) was her middle-grade debut. Her next book, Thunder and …

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Bill Blume

Bill Blume‘s love for the written word started in high school with an addiction to comic books that was hijacked by novels like Frankenstein and Dragonflight. He’s worked as a …

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Sara Bon-Harper

Sara Bon-Harper is the Executive Director of James Monroe’s Highland. Research she initiated at Highland recently discovered the archaeological remains of the Monroes’ main house and opened a new chapter …

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Jamelle Bouie

Jamelle Bouie is a columnist for the New York Times. He covers history and politics. In addition, he co-hosts the Unclear and Present Danger podcast on the political and military …

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Brenda Brown-Grooms

Rev. Brenda Brown-Grooms, a native of Charlottesville, is Co-Pastor of New Beginnings Christian Community and in-coming President of the Charlottesville Clergy Collective. She is a contributor to Standing Up to …

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Rosa Castellano

Rosa Castellano is a poet and teacher living in Richmond, VA. A finalist for Cave Canem’s Starshine and Clay Fellowship, her work can be found or is forth coming from …

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Karen Chase

Karen A. Chase is the author of Carrying Independence—a 2020 Library of Virginia Literary Awards nominee—and a Virginia Foundation for the Humanities fellow. She’s a member of the Daughters of …

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Karen Chase

Karen A. Chase is the author of Carrying Independence—a 2020 Library of Virginia Literary Awards nominee—and a Virginia Foundation for the Humanities fellow. She’s a member of the Daughters of …

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Sylvia Chong

Sylvia Chong is Associate Professor of American Studies and English, and Director of the Asian Pacific American Studies Minor at the University of Virginia.

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Leone Ciporin

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Katy Clune

Katy Clune is state folklorist and director of the Virginia Folklife Program at Virginia Humanities. She has her BA in art history from UC Berkeley and her MA in folklore …

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