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Terry Farish

  • Aired: 11/16/2012
  • 28:11
  • Rating: NR
A former Red Cross worker in Vietnam, librarian, and director of the NH Humanities Council’s literacy program, Farish has honed her compassion for those affected by war and life’s struggles. Farish’s newest novel, “The Good Braider,” set in South Sudan and Portland, ME, tells the story of a teenage girl’s experience of war, survival, and the African art of braiding hair.
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