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Susan Borgersen Bunten

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This is the opening paragraph to a story local author Sue Borgersen submitted to an international anthology publisher this summer. It was written shortly after the tragedy that hit the clothing factory in Bangladesh. In the creative non fiction piece, Sue compares conditions there now with Stanfield's here in Nova Scotia 100 years ago. She called the piece Knickers. "I don't generally write non fiction," says Borgersen, "but this was something I was compelled to do. I was shaken by the tragedy. I had no intention of submitting it anywhere for publication. But I did. Then I was blown away when I heard it [the story] had been accepted." The anthology, Foreign and Far Away, explores the relationship between people and the landscapes and settings they live in. An eclectic range of writing evokes the diversities, similarities, connections and misunderstandings of life in foreign places through 38 short stories, 37 non-fiction articles and 19 poems from expat authors and poets around the world and was launched worldwide on Monday. But Sue received an email from Bangladesh last week, the day another ten deaths occurred in a factory fire. It was from the spouse of the EU Ambassador, who is currently fighting to get improvements in the Ready-Made Garments Sector. ...Your story will be read at the launch here in Bangladesh on Monday... "So the story did find the right place in the end. If it gives people cause to think, even act, then it and I will have done our jobs. For me, that is the real job of an author, whether it be fiction or otherwise," says Borgersen.
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Sue Borgersen is a long-standing member of the Writers Federation of Nova Scotia and the international writing group, Expat Writers. For more on Sue's work go to www.sueborgersen.com
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From: Susan Borgersen, 1 902 677 2899, authorsue@hotmail.com
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This is the opening paragraph to a story local author Sue Borgersen submitted to an international anthology publisher this summer. It was written shortly after the tragedy that hit the clothing factory in Bangladesh. In the creative non fiction piece, Sue compares conditions there now with Stanfield's here in Nova Scotia 100 years ago. She called the piece Knickers. "I don't generally write non fiction," says Borgersen, "but this was something I was compelled to do. I was shaken by the tragedy. I had no intention of submitting it anywhere for publication. But I did. Then I was blown away when I heard it [the story] had been accepted." The anthology, Foreign and Far Away, explores the relationship between people and the landscapes and settings they live in. An eclectic range of writing evokes the diversities, similarities, connections and misunderstandings of life in foreign places through 38 short stories, 37 non-fiction articles and 19 poems from expat authors and poets around the world and was launched worldwide on Monday. But Sue received an email from Bangladesh last week, the day another ten deaths occurred in a factory fire. It was from the spouse of the EU Ambassador, who is currently fighting to get improvements in the Ready-Made Garments Sector. ...Your story will be read at the launch here in Bangladesh on Monday... "So the story did find the right place in the end. If it gives people cause to think, even act, then it and I will have done our jobs. For me, that is the real job of an author, whether it be fiction or otherwise," says Borgersen.
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Sue Borgersen is a long-standing member of the Writers Federation of Nova Scotia and the international writing group, Expat Writers. For more on Sue's work go to www.sueborgersen.com
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From: Susan Borgersen, 1 902 677 2899, authorsue@hotmail.com
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This is the opening paragraph to a story local author Sue Borgersen submitted to an international anthology publisher this summer. It was written shortly after the tragedy that hit the clothing factory in Bangladesh. In the creative non fiction piece, Sue compares conditions there now with Stanfield's here in Nova Scotia 100 years ago. She called the piece Knickers. "I don't generally write non fiction," says Borgersen, "but this was something I was compelled to do. I was shaken by the tragedy. I had no intention of submitting it anywhere for publication. But I did. Then I was blown away when I heard it [the story] had been accepted." The anthology, Foreign and Far Away, explores the relationship between people and the landscapes and settings they live in. An eclectic range of writing evokes the diversities, similarities, connections and misunderstandings of life in foreign places through 38 short stories, 37 non-fiction articles and 19 poems from expat authors and poets around the world and was launched worldwide on Monday. But Sue received an email from Bangladesh last week, the day another ten deaths occurred in a factory fire. It was from the spouse of the EU Ambassador, who is currently fighting to get improvements in the Ready-Made Garments Sector. ...Your story will be read at the launch here in Bangladesh on Monday... "So the story did find the right place in the end. If it gives people cause to think, even act, then it and I will have done our jobs. For me, that is the real job of an author, whether it be fiction or otherwise," says Borgersen.
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Sue Borgersen is a long-standing member of the Writers Federation of Nova Scotia and the international writing group, Expat Writers. For more on Sue's work go to www.sueborgersen.com
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From: Susan Borgersen, 1 902 677 2899, authorsue@hotmail.com
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This is the opening paragraph to a story local author Sue Borgersen submitted to an international anthology publisher this summer. It was written shortly after the tragedy that hit the clothing factory in Bangladesh. In the creative non fiction piece, Sue compares conditions there now with Stanfield's here in Nova Scotia 100 years ago. She called the piece Knickers. "I don't generally write non fiction," says Borgersen, "but this was something I was compelled to do. I was shaken by the tragedy. I had no intention of submitting it anywhere for publication. But I did. Then I was blown away when I heard it [the story] had been accepted." The anthology, Foreign and Far Away, explores the relationship between people and the landscapes and settings they live in. An eclectic range of writing evokes the diversities, similarities, connections and misunderstandings of life in foreign places through 38 short stories, 37 non-fiction articles and 19 poems from expat authors and poets around the world and was launched worldwide on Monday. But Sue received an email from Bangladesh last week, the day another ten deaths occurred in a factory fire. It was from the spouse of the EU Ambassador, who is currently fighting to get improvements in the Ready-Made Garments Sector. ...Your story will be read at the launch here in Bangladesh on Monday... "So the story did find the right place in the end. If it gives people cause to think, even act, then it and I will have done our jobs. For me, that is the real job of an author, whether it be fiction or otherwise," says Borgersen.
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Sue Borgersen is a long-standing member of the Writers Federation of Nova Scotia and the international writing group, Expat Writers. For more on Sue's work go to www.sueborgersen.com
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Susan Borgersen at

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From: Susan Borgersen, 1 902 677 2899, authorsue@hotmail.com
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This is the opening paragraph to a story local author Sue Borgersen submitted to an international anthology publisher this summer. It was written shortly after the tragedy that hit the clothing factory in Bangladesh. In the creative non fiction piece, Sue compares conditions there now with Stanfield's here in Nova Scotia 100 years ago. She called the piece Knickers. "I don't generally write non fiction," says Borgersen, "but this was something I was compelled to do. I was shaken by the tragedy. I had no intention of submitting it anywhere for publication. But I did. Then I was blown away when I heard it [the story] had been accepted." The anthology, Foreign and Far Away, explores the relationship between people and the landscapes and settings they live in. An eclectic range of writing evokes the diversities, similarities, connections and misunderstandings of life in foreign places through 38 short stories, 37 non-fiction articles and 19 poems from expat authors and poets around the world and was launched worldwide on Monday. But Sue received an email from Bangladesh last week, the day another ten deaths occurred in a factory fire. It was from the spouse of the EU Ambassador, who is currently fighting to get improvements in the Ready-Made Garments Sector. ...Your story will be read at the launch here in Bangladesh on Monday... "So the story did find the right place in the end. If it gives people cause to think, even act, then it and I will have done our jobs. For me, that is the real job of an author, whether it be fiction or otherwise," says Borgersen.
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Sue Borgersen is a long-standing member of the Writers Federation of Nova Scotia and the international writing group, Expat Writers. For more on Sue's work go to www.sueborgersen.com
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Susan Bunten Borgersen, Artist and Author
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