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Amy Belding Brown

Amy Belding Brown, a graduate of Bates College, received her Master of Fine Arts degree in January 2002, from Vermont College of Norwich University, where she worked closely with Bret Lott and Victoria Redel. After living and working in central Massachusetts for nearly twenty years, she returned to her native Vermont in 2011, where she continues to write poetry and fiction. She is the author of Flight of the Sparrow, an historical fiction novel set in the 1600's in New England and published by NAL/Penguin, and of Mr. Emersons Wife, published by St. Martins Press in 2005 and now available in paperback Her publication credits include Yankee, Good Housekeeping, American Way, The Worcester Review and other national, international, and regional magazines. She lives in Vermont with her husband and their dog, Angel.

Genres: Historical
Amy Belding Brown recommends
The House of Hawthorne (2015)
Erika Robuck
"Bring(s) the passionate couple brilliantly to life."
The Underground River (2017)
Martha Conway
"Warning: The Underground River is a page-turner. Be prepared to stay up late reading, because once you start you won’t want to put it down. From the first page to the last, Martha Conway’s novel is riveting, immersing the reader in the adventures of an unlikely heroine who finds courage, independence and love amid the social turmoil of the Underground Railroad. Vividly drawn settings, original characters, and perilous situations make this mesmerizing book one you will remember for years to come."

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