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Wendy Murray

Senior Acquisitions Editor

Corwin Press , Inc.

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Corwin Press , Inc.

2455 Teller Road

Thousand Oaks, California,91320

United States

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Editor

Corwin Press , Inc.


Founding Editor and Publisher

Ecco Qua


Writer, Editor

Self


Contributor

The Christian Century


Writer-in-Residence and Adjunct Faculty

Gordon College


Education Editor and Writer

Scholastic Inc


Fiction Editor

Redbook


Executive Editor

Heinemann


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About Wendy Murray
by Wendy Murray About Wendy Murray Wendy Murray is a veteran and award-winning journalist. She served as associate editor and Senior Writer at Christianity Today magazine and has written extensively for other publications such as Books & Culture and The Christian Century. She has written 11 books.


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About Wendy Murray
by Wendy Murray When I was living in Assisi, Italy to work on my book about the life of Saint Francis of Assisi - titled A Mended and a Broken Heart - a friar and scholar with whom I regularly consulted exhorted me with a statement I have never forgotten: He said, "Francis is an ocean-don't say we caught him." A 14th century German altar piece (and the cover of my book) shows Clare receiving the palm from the Bishop, with Francis waiting in the wings to cut her hair. (Tonsure.) Wendy Murray's A Mended and Broken Heart, the Life and Love of Francis of Assisi About Wendy Murray Wendy Murray is a veteran and award-winning journalist. She served as associate editor and Senior Writer at Christianity Today magazine and has written extensively for other publications such as Books & Culture and The Christian Century. She has written 11 books.


www.patheos.com

About Wendy Murray
About Wendy Murray Wendy Murray is a veteran and award-winning journalist. She served as associate editor and Senior Writer at Christianity Today magazine and has written extensively for other publications such as Books & Culture and The Christian Century. She has written 11 books.


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WENDY MURRAY
Wendy is editor of Wordsong, the poetry imprint of Boyds Mills Press. She has worked in the publishing field for twenty years, most recently serving as an editorial director at Scholastic Teaching Resources. In her ten years at Scholastic, she held a variety of positions, including editor of the poetry column at Instructor magazine, working with columnists Jack Prelutsky, Paul Janeczko, and Bernice Cullinan. Among the hundreds of language arts books she edited for Scholastic, many were poetry books, including the best-selling Kids' Poems by Regie Routman and Favorite Poetry Lessons by Paul Janeczko. Murray's career in publishing began at a New York City-based small press and literary magazine, where she screened poetry and fiction manuscripts. She was a fiction editor at Redbook magazine and also managed the magazine's annual Picture Book Awards and Short Story contests. She edited young adult biographies at Chelsea House before joining Scholastic. Murray has a B.A. in English from Vassar College.


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Owner Wendy Murray moved to Asheville last summer, and though the business is still registered in New England, she's working to establish an Asheville identity as well.
"I have a very simple business model. I can essentially set it up wherever I am," she says. Already, Murray has spoken at one of Malaprop's small-press events, where local publishers and authors discuss their work. "I have some some good, solid writers from New England who we've published, and I'm proud of that heritage," says Murray. But she also wants Ecco Qua to tap into the local literary tradition. Murray, of Ecco Qua, who will lead a writing workshop in Italy in October, says she feels "cautiously optimistic. Although no one in the independent book business is getting rich, she says, they can stay afloat thanks to a devoted readership. "It's so fundamental to who we are," says Murray. "The human impulse is to communicate, and that is not going to go away." She adds: "It's a story that's still unfolding.


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