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Review: ‘No Two Persons’ by Erica Bauermeister

A quiet celebration of the power of story

In “No Two Persons,” Port Townsend author Erica Bauermeister smiles for the camera.
In “No Two Persons,” Port Townsend author Erica Bauermeister honors opinions and books by following a fictitious debut novel, “Theo,” from its creation through publication and criticism and, finally, down its varied pathways to readers. Bauermeister will be one of the featured authors Thursday, Sept. 14 at the Chuckanut Radio Hour. (Photo courtesy of Susan Doupe)
By Mary Vermillion CDN Contributor
Some people mark summer by road trips and barbecues. Book lovers track the season by the pages we’

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