Olivia Kate Cerrone
OLIVIA KATE CERRONE is the author of The Hunger Saint (Bordighera Press, 2017), a historical novella about the child miners of Italy. Her writing has appeared in The Huffington Post, The Rumpus, New South, War, Literature and the Arts, among other publications. She currently resides in Boston, MA where she is at work on a novel called DISPLACED
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The Devoted, Blair Hurley’s stunning literary debut, pushes the boundaries of the traditional coming-of-age novel, offering instead a haunting, provocative tale of self-discovery and transformation in the fallout of exploitation and devastating loss.