Sarah McCraw Crow

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Name

Sarah McCraw Crow

Location

Canterbury, NH, USA

Genre

Fiction

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Bio

SARAH McCRAW CROW grew up in Virginia but has lived most of her adult life in New Hampshire. Her short fiction has run in Calyx, Crab Orchard Review, Good Housekeeping, So to Speak, Waccamaw and Stanford Alumni Magazine, and her nonfiction has run in many magazines. She is a graduate of Dartmouth College, Stanford University, and Vermont College of Fine Arts. When she’s not reading or writing, she’s probably gardening or snowshoeing (depending on the weather). THE WRONG KIND OF WOMAN (MIRA BOOKS/HarperCollins is her first novel. It’s about a woman who finds her way through grief when she helps to bring the women’s movement to an all-male, Animal House-like college campus. The novel is set in 1970 New Hampshire, and the setting is loosely based on Dartmouth College, pre-coeducation. The novel has two other main characters, Rebecca, Virginia’s almost 14-year-old daughter, and Sam, a lonely college student, and the novel rotates through Virginia’s, Rebecca’s and Sam’s perspectives as they all try to get over the death of Oliver (Virginia’s husband, Rebecca’s dad, and Sam’s friend from the college jazz band).

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THE WRONG KIND OF WOMAN 

available 10/6/2020

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