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Thursday, January 7, 2010
Ruth Knafo Setton was in residence at the VCCA in December 2009, working on her current novel, The Jigsaw Woman, which is the second book in a trilogy focusing on magic in America.
Of her December stay, she says:
"This last VCCA stay may have been my most productive-- maybe the snow had something to do with it! Anyway I'm still on a roll ... so my new year is starting well!" You can read about her current projects here.