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December 25, 1988 | ANDREA BLANDER, Associated Press
A quaint farm on an island in Puget Sound has been converted into a retreat for women who want to write and think and dream in solitude, beyond the press of family and jobs. The writers' colony at Hedgebrook Farm, which began receiving its first authors-in-residence in August, is the creation of Nancy Skinner Nordhoff, the 56-year-old daughter of a shipping executive who has long been active in community affairs in the Seattle area.
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December 25, 1988 | ANDREA BLANDER, Associated Press
A quaint farm on an island in Puget Sound has been converted into a retreat for women who want to write and think and dream in solitude, beyond the press of family and jobs. The writers' colony at Hedgebrook Farm, which began receiving its first authors-in-residence in August, is the creation of Nancy Skinner Nordhoff, the 56-year-old daughter of a shipping executive who has long been active in community affairs in the Seattle area.
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