Wendy Shreve, a native New Yorker, grew up in the wilds of the Lower Hudson Valley, climbing trees; connecting with nature. With New York City at her doorstep, she found a launching pad to new horizons. Whether teaching ESL in Singapore during the Persian Gulf War, taking a school group across ravines in the jungles of Belize, going solo in Bali, or drinking a toast to Picasso with a taxi driver in Provence, Wendy has never settled for the ordinary. Wendy Shreve brings to SHADOWWATER a unique and memorable lifetime of adventure and "magic."Wendy received her BA at Smith College and MA at University of Montana. Along with teaching ESL at schools and universities in Europe, Asia, and the United States, her professional experience has included working as a freelance consultant, publicist, and copy writer for organizations such as the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA, and Payomet Performing Arts Center in Truro. Cape Cod has inspired her to write the short story,Lamentations, published by Hamilton Stone, Fall 2011 for their Quarterly Review, and her novel, SHADOWWATER. Her sequel, DARK SEA, was launched Fall 2014.
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