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As well as organizing poetry readings, the author has coordinated a creative writing workshop held at the USP Centre in Port Vila during Christmas of 1982. Hall’s books provided personal healing and an opportunity to convey her experience of navigating the health care system in the United States. She became an active member of the Vancouver House Network fighting to preserve original homes from land developers.

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Publisher: Cawing Crow Press (June 7, 2016)

ISBN: 1682640132

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