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The Literary Showcase March 10, 2012

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Join us as we feature Francine L. Trevens and Ryan Frawley on this weeks episode. 

Francine Francine L. Trevens
A poet since the age of six, a published poet since the age of 12: writing stories from the age of thirteen, no wonder Francine believes she was born to write.  Here's a peek inside the life of a writer. Baker's Plays published her one act  "No One" The Scene 2 published a scene fom her first New York City production. Best Plays Annuals published her dinner theater reports McGraw Hill's Encyclopedia of World Drama published her musical theatre history
Waldman/Playmore published her Stories of Fairies, Elves and Little People and her stories about dogs in two anthologies My Giant Story Book and The Big Story Book
In the 21st Century, TnT Classic Books became her publisher of choice. She compiled and edited the 2010 finalist Indie anthology award for SHORT PLAYS TO LONG REMEMBER (27 plays by 14 authors)

She did 4 books in a read to me series, each with at least 5 stories each, illustrated by Maggie Cousins. They are PIXIE TALES, voted one of 25 best books of 2011 by Free Book Reviews followed by ELFIN TALES, FAIRY TALES TOO and GREMLINS, GENIES AND TROLLS, OH MY!
Ryan Frawley is a Vancouver-based writer whose short stories have appeared in subTerrain, WordWorks and The Fiddlehead magazines. Born and raised in Coventry, England, he has lived in Vancouver since 2003, nurturing a relationship with the city that oscillates between rabid devotion and outright repulsion. He writes mostly at night.

Scar is available from Amazon, Barnes and Noble and other online retailers. For more information go to www.ryanfrawley.com