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About: Christine Venzon
A professional freelancer for 25 years, Christine Venzon started her career as a high school textbook writer and has since branched into fiction and general interest articles. A runner-up in The Saturday Evening Post 2014 Great American Fiction Contest for her short story “Talent Scout,” she has published short stories in St. Anthony Messenger as well as in BRIO and Pockets. Among her awards, she won the 2010 Highlights for Children short fiction contest and the 2016 Pockets short fiction contest.