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Meave Haughey

Meave says, “I am a writer and artist currently preoccupied with the creative work of raising a family. I do not have a novel in me. However, I once had 11 penpals to whom I wrote regularly - and because I miss the snail mail format, I have been trying to collect some of the letters which i could have/should have sent into a blog.

Other than that you will mostly find me drinking coffee and living out an elaborate alternative life while i do the laundry.”

Meave's Blog Worth the Coming Home, can be read here.

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