Gene Twaronite


Gene Twaronite is a poet, essayist and author of seven books, including two juvenile fantasy novels and two short story collections. His latest book is the collection of poetry, "The Museum of Unwearable Shoes," published by Kelsay Books. He is currently working with an illustrator on his first picture book as well as on a new collection of humorous essays. A former New Englander, Twaronite is now a confirmed desert rat residing in Tucson. 

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Books:
Dragon Daily News: Stories of Imagination for Children of All Ages
Children / Teens
CreateSpace
March 2013
ISBN 9781481998086
158 pages
The author will make this book available for sale at the Author Pavilion during the Festival.

“… he heard a strange rumbling noise coming from the kitchen. Then a loud crash. More/less

The Family That Wasn't
Children / Teens
CreateSpace
March 2013
ISBN 9781492118800
136 pages
The author will make this book available for sale at the Author Pavilion during the Festival.

The Family That Wasn't is a humorous fable of how our families live inside us. Though geared for middle grades (ages 8-12) it will also appeal to readers of all ages. More/less

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Friends of the Festival
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Stocker Foundation
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William & Mary Ross Foundation

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Early Childhood Learning is Essential
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