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Anne Gudger is a Portland essay/memoir writer who asks questions, writes hard, loves harder. Her words can be found at Real Simple Magazine, The Rumpus, Slippery Elm, Tupelo Press, Atticus Review, Timberline Review, and elsewhere. She has won essay contests from New Millennium Writings, Hippocampus, and Willamette Writers. She lives with her sweet husband and is lucky to have grown kids and kid-in-laws not far. It's been said about Anne that she eats books and has since she first decoded words. She is seeking representation for her memoir.
Winning Entry: A Murder of Crows
Contest Won: Tom Howard/John H. Reid Fiction & Essay Contest 2019, Honorable Mention