Ten Thousand New Year's Eves

Imagine this: It's New Year's Eve and you're at a party, in a ballroom, standing beneath a crystal chandelier. On each piece of cut crystal you see an image of someone else's New Year's Eve. Dawn DeAnna Wilson shines a light through that chandelier, illustrating a simple yet powerful truth: we are all connected. More

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About Dawn DeAnna Wilson

Originally from Weaverville, a small town near Asheville, NC, she wrote her first story when she was five and her first poem was published when she was in 8th grade. In 1986, the
publication of her short story in Prism, a magazine for young authors, led to an appearance on "CBS Morning News."
Wilson earned her bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she studied creative writing under authors Doris Betts and Bland Simpson. She won second place in the "Love Poetry" division of the NC Poetry Society's annual poetry competition.
She earned her master's degree in English with a concentration in creative writing from
East Carolina University. She resides in Eastern North Carolina.

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