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Artifacts at Watermill Center come to life in an action tale from a writer in residence

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author on Feb 2, 2010
Artifacts in the Watermill Center’s collection recently sprang to life and into action in a young adult novel-in-progress. The fantasy tale, “Watermill Grimoire,” was conceived and written while its author,... more

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