Elizabeth Wetmore was in her late twenties and waiting tables in Phoenix when she took a community fiction workshop, which started her on a path that led her through the Iowa Writers Workshop, and the publication of her debut novel “Valentine,'' at age fifty-two. She speaks about her surprise to find herself a New York Times Best Seller. “Valentine,” full of wonderful revelations, is an impressive demonstration of the power of the voices of women.
Elizabeth Wetmore: 'Valentine' (Part 2)
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