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Bee Lavender - Author

Bee Lavender is a writer, editor, publisher, and activist. After living in the Pacific Northwest for thirty-three years she moved to England, where her office is a canal boat moored on the River Cam. Her previous books include the anthologies Breeder (Seal Press, 2001) and Mamaphonic (Soft Skull Press, 2004).

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Lessons in Taxidermy by Bee Lavender
Lessons in Taxidermy
Bee Lavender
An uplifting tale of sickness and survival - this is Bee Lavender's riveting story of a childhood spent dealing with a host of life-threatening illnesses.
Format: Paperback - Released: 21/03/2007

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