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A master of disguise, Abby Ingraham is currently hiding out from the paparazzi in a French suburb near Geneva, Switzerland. Her identity alternates between mother of two, freelance writer & editor, and marketing strategist for international NGOs. She is currently attending the Nouveau School of Zen Mastery, majoring in Spiritual Conundrums and Ubiquitous Contradictions. A bit of a late bloomer, she began writing at the age of three and her first two critically judged works recently won a High Distinction (the work above) and a Most Highly Commended Award in the 2007 Tom Howard Short Story Contest, an auspicious achievement. Not to be deterred by the glaring lights of fame, she has decided to forge ahead with various book projects including: Memoirs of a New Age Renegade, Ishmael and Isaac: A Tragic Tale of Two Brothers, and an autobiographical exposè entitled Next Show at Eleven. Anyone interested in co-authoring or optioning publishing rights on these works should contact her literary agent, Seymour Morton, at +33-450-429-808, or you may contact her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Any expressions of interest will be entertained and, no doubt, highly entertaining.
Winning Entry: Live Like a River
Contest Won: Tom Howard/John H. Reid Short Story Contest 2007, Honorable Mention
Winning Entry: Island of my Heart
Contest Won: Tom Howard/John H. Reid Short Story Contest 2007, Most Highly Commended