Rosalie Davis

In her recent Master’s thesis, Davis analyzed setting as narrative technique in Eudora Welty’s short fiction. Since 2012, she has taught writing and American literature at Brookline Adult and Community Education. Her first short story, “When the Pears Are Ripe,” won 2nd place in the 2010 UNH Fiction Contest. A former editor and award-winning columnist for Horticulture Magazine, she has contributed to many other publications as well. She lives in Jamaica Plain and is working on a memoir set in the White Mts.

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