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S.T. Gibson is a poet, author, and village wise woman in training. If you'd like to stay up-to-date on her new releases and giveaways, sign up for her newsletter: https://saint.substack.com/subscribe
She holds a Bachelors degree in Creative Writing from UNC Asheville, and a Masters of Theological Studies from Princeton Seminary.
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