Renée Bacher

Renée Bacher

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Renée Bacher is a graduate of the writing program at Columbia University. A freelance writer, her nonfiction has appeared in publications that include The New York Times Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, Prevention, Working Mother and Travel & Leisure. "A Small Rectangular Dredge," is part of a collection of connected stories in progress. It was shortlisted for the Bridport Prize.

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Spring 2009 Issue

A Small Rectangular Dredge

“Some snails, like Janthina, float all their lives at the surface of the ocean and are wafted about by the wind.”

Nina says, “Jack, stop reading out loud, get the seashells out of the hall and let’s get moving. I have to be on time for my interview.”

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