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Sara Finnerty
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Sara Finnerty Apr 16
I love it! I am so excited!
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Sara Finnerty Apr 16
Replying to @sylinchan
Thank you! I am honored to work with you as well!
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Anne-Marie Kinney Apr 16
Here it is, my next novel, coming in October! Thanks and !
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Sara Finnerty Apr 15
Replying to @LDBogart
Thank you! ❤️
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Sara Finnerty Apr 13
Replying to @GivernyT
Thank you!! ❤️❤️
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Sara Finnerty Apr 13
Thank you!! ❤️❤️
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Sara Finnerty Apr 13
Thank you! ❤️❤️
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Sara Finnerty Apr 12
Thank you Lauren! ❤️
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Sara Finnerty Apr 12
Thank you so much! ❤️
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Sara Finnerty Apr 12
Replying to @lmecham @CatapultStory
I love you! ❤️❤️
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Sara Finnerty Apr 12
Replying to @ArtsCollide
Stop it!!! I love you ❤️❤️
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Sara Finnerty Apr 12
Replying to @abbymnorman
!!! Thank you ❤️
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Sara Finnerty Apr 12
Thank you!! You would never believe how long it took to write and publish it!
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Sara Finnerty Apr 12
This essay took years to come into being, and I am grateful to Catapult for publishing it.
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Sara Finnerty Apr 12
thank you!
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Sara Finnerty Apr 11
"There is an ancient Hindu philosophy concerning acts of giving and receiving. When one gives a gift, it is done with hands open... The recipient has an obligation to receive also with open hands, with understanding and gratitude for the magnitude of that gesture."
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Sara Finnerty Apr 11
Replying to @Liz_Prato @nytimes
This is timely. Having a three year old covered in dirt and ink stains has made me realize I don't know how to do (toddler) laundry.
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Sara Finnerty Apr 10
I have been writing 1500 words a day of this new novel and it is TORTURE but I am DOING it.
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Sara Finnerty Apr 10
"Because like Brautigan’s Vida—a voluptuous woman who felt she was born in the wrong body, a body that betrayed her with it’s curves—I too felt I was born in the wrong body. A body that betrays me because 1) I am female and 2) Thoroughly contained."
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Sara Finnerty Apr 9
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