At eight years old, Nancy Brashear wrote her first poem. She wrote about sitting in the fog on a bench with magical creatures swirling around her—and she’s been composing poetry and prose ever since. As an adult, she published her psychological thriller set in 1962, Gunnysack Hell, this February. She also has published short stories and poems as well as writing several unpublished novels. She ... Read More about About Nancy Brashear
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