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Tori Grant Welhouse is a writer and poet from rural Wisconsin. She holds a BA in English from Carroll College (Wisconsin) and an MFA from Antioch University International (London). She has worked in media for the past two decades and is currently at work on a YA novel, as well as a poetry collection. Connect with Tori on her new blog: http://torigrantwelhouse.wordpress.com
The Round House (Harper, 2012—winner of the National Book Award), and its New York Times bestseller success, proves that writing...
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Tori Grant-Welhouse writes about The Chalk Circle, a new anthology of intercultural prize-winning essays and finds that "our melti...
Tori Grant-Welhouse reviews Gloss by Ida Stewart: "There is an expression that you are the place you come from. This is especially...
Tori Grant-Welhouse reviews Kelle Groom's memoir, "I Wore the Ocean in the Shape of a Girl": "Her life, as she tells it, is define...