A St. Lawrence University graduate who has published collections of her stories plans to publish her first novel soon.

Elizabeth Inness-Brown '76, an associate professor of English at St. Michael's College in Vermont, was one of the first graduates of the University with the designated major of English writing. She is the author of two collections of stories, Satin Palms (1981) and Here (1994).

A native of nearby Ogdensburg, New York, Inness-Brown has just had her first novel, entitled Burning Marguerite, accepted for publication by Alfred A. Knopf. She has been on the faculty of St. Lawrence's International Young Writers Conference, held annually in the fall in the Adirondacks.

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