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Allison Slavick

Allison Slavick lives near Cable, Wisconsin, where she works as a consultant to nonprofit organizations. She is a mountain bike and cross country ski racer and berry picker. Her short fiction has been published in Storyglossia, and won the H.E. Francis/Ruth Hindman Foundation Short Story Contest. Slavick is working on a novel that involves duck hunting, activist nuns, and the Italian inventor Giulio Camillo. Her story "Open House" won first place in the 2016 Wisconsin People & Ideas Fiction Contest, and her story "Coming About" won first place in the 2011 contest.

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