Rebekah Anderson’s first novel, The Grand Promise, is a work of literary fiction about the real communities that were impacted during the 1930’s by the construction of the Grand Coulee Dam in the Western United States under Franklin D. Roosevelt’s presidency. Anderson earned an Fiction MFA from New York University, where she studied with E.L. Doctorow. She currently lives in Seattle.
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