Today I’m sharing an inspiring conversation with author Sarah McCraw Crow. Her debut novel The Wrong Kind of Woman, is about a woman who finds her way through grief when she helps bring the women’s movement to an all male college campus in the early 1970s.
Sarah McCraw Crow’s articles and short stories have run in many magazines and literary journals. She’s a graduate of Dartmouth College, Stanford University, and Vermont College of Fine Arts, and she lives on an old farm in New Hampshire with her family.
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A glorious debut filled with characters grasping to find a place to belong in a world on the edge of change. -Carol Rifka Brunt
To learn more about Sarah McCraw Crow, follow her on social media, and stay in the know about upcoming author events visit https://sarahmccrawcrow.com.
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Laura Szaro Kopinski
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