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Becca Rose Hall

Becca Rose Hall (she/her) writes novels, essays, and poems. She studied English at Stanford and holds a Master’s in Environmental Writing from the University of Montana. Her writing has been supported by Art Omi, Zvona i Nari, and Community of Writers, and she has attended Bread Loaf and Sewanee. She was also the Writers’ Lighthouse 2019 Emerging Fiction Fellow. Her work has appeared recently in Third Coast, Pacifica Literary Review, and Orion, where her essay made their Best of 2020. She is the founder and director of Frog Hollow School, a children’s writing program, and lives in her hometown of Seattle with her daughter and their dog. Her work circles around ideas of utopia and chosen family and is deeply steeped in the Pacific Northwest. She is currently seeking representation for a novel set in the music scene in Olympia in the 1990s.

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