Hilary Sloin writes books, stories, essays and plays. She lives in the hills of Western Massachusetts with a tiny Jack Russell Terrier named Pluto. Her novel, Art on Fire, is a pseudo-biography of a non-existent tragically famous artist. Excerpts were mistakenly awarded a non-fiction prize in the Amherst Book and Plow Festival contest. The published book went on to garner the Barbara Gittings Memorial/Stonewall Book Award and many other prizes. Since then, Hilary has completed a manuscript of stories called The Cure for Unhappiness. Some of the stories and several new essays can be found on her blog.

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