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Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Read Alice McDermott In "The New Yorker"
Someone by Alice McDermott is this week's story in The New Yorker magazine. Karen Bell—who heard Alice read the story at the VCCA & Salon in New York on November 2—said it was great fun to find Someone in the magazine, "I could hear Alice's voice as I was reading."
Alice McDermott is a VCCA Fellow and Advisory Council member.