Sharon Frame Gay
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About Sharon Frame Gay
Sharon Frame Gay grew up a child of the highway, playing by the side of the road. She is internationally published in several anthologies and literary magazines, including Chicken Soup For The Soul, Gravel, Biostories, Typehouse, Crannog Magazine, Lowestoft Chronicle, Thrice Fiction, Fiction on the Web, Saddlebag Dispatches, Literary Orphans,Typehouse and others. She has won awards at The Writing District, Rope and Wire, Owl Hollow Press and Wow-Women On Writing, and has twice been nominated for the Pushcart Prize.
A collection of her short stories, "Song of the Highway" is out now in paperback and Kindle.
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