Glenda Burgess is a winner of the Rupert Hughes Award for literary fiction, and a short story finalist for the New Century Writer Award. Her memoir, The Geography of Love, was named one of The Ten Best Books of 2008 by the Seattle Post-Intelligencer and a finalist for the 2008 Books for a Better Life Award.
Glenda Burgess' work encompasses two novels, Loose Threads (Malvern Publishing 1998, second edition 2008) and Exposures (AuthorHouse 2005), an academic work (University of Washington 1979), and a memoir The Geography of Love, (Doubleday/ Broadway 2008). Her work includes short stories as well as freelance articles and magazine essays. Glenda is a popular featured author at writing workshops and conferences.
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