Bonnie Nadzam

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Novelist; winner of the 2011 Center's Flaherty-Dunnan First Novel prize for Lamb

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Fiction writer Bonnie Nadzam and environmental philosopher, Dale Jamieson, worked together to write Love in the Anthropocene, a collection of five short stories that describe a very…

Bonnie Nadzam and Dale Jamieson: Love in the Anthropocene

Fiction writer Bonnie Nadzam and environmental philosopher, Dale Jamieson, worked together to write Love in the Anthropocene, a collection of five short stories that describe a very…

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