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Laurel Dile King is a writer, teacher, editor, and the founding publisher at Garland Press. She has led writing retreats in Maine, Rocky Neck Art Colony, and Tuscany. Her awards for fiction include a first place prize for the Worcester Magazine Short Story Contest and a Massachusetts Cultural Council artist grant. She earned a B.A. in English from Pennsylvania State University and an M.F.A. in creative writing from Emerson College. With the exception of that greasy summer she worked as a cook at Perkins Pancake House, each of her jobs—beginning as a counselor at Camp-Dig-a-Book—has dealt with serving up words in a more palatable way.
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