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About meThe Santa Fe Writers Project is an independent press dedicated to the craft of writing. We stand by our authors and we stand by our books. Our most recent release is The Dangerous Joy of Dr. Sex and Other True Stories from Pagan Kennedy.

About my librarySFWP titles, and titles from our friends, as well as the winners and finalists from our bi-annual Literary Awards Program.



Real nameAndrew Gifford

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Hi Andrew,

I just got your friends invitation and was skeptical at first, but now I'm delighted to friend you, especially after receiving the book _Fatal Light_ and Laura Wexler's article in the mail. I've already sent you an email.

Thank you so much for sharing this book with me. I'll be on the lookout for the other books from The Santa Fe Writers Project.



My name is Dawn and I am a librarian and the host of Toronto Public Library’s online book club: Book Buzz and a fellow LibraryThing member.

This month we are reading What Happened Later, by Ray Robertson, one of your SFW Project writers. I noticed that you include What Happened Later in your library and I’d just like to invite you to visit us and share your thoughts about Robertson’s book. It’s a friendly easy-going book club with over 800 members and we are always looking for new points of view.

We will also be hosting the author himself until the end September. Please feel free to visit and post a question for Ray.

If you are interested, visit us at .

Thank-you for your time,

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