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Hollis Shore is BPL’s children’s writer in residence

Bill Brett

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A shout-out to Hollis Shore, the Boston Public Library’s new Children’s writer in residence. Shore will spend her time working on “Saved,” a story about a young artist searching for “the music within.” Two previous recipients of the BPL’s writer-in-residence fellowship have recently published books: In March, author Hannah Barnaby published “Wonder Show,” which she wrote during her residency, and Anna Staniszewski published her first novel, “My Very UnFairy Tale Life,” last November.

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