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Artist: Colleen Hay

I was born in Newcastle, studied in Grahamstown, and I am now living in Krugersdorp ... which is why most of my friends call me a perpetual small-town girl. I, at 23 years old, am officially unemployed, although I do the laundry and ironing in return for a place to stay, food to eat, and a rather generous amount of love. My name appears on two degree parchments which do nothing more than make me nostalgic. An article in the January 2005 issue of Marie Claire relieved some of my debt, and I am currently working on two big projects that might see my name in publication within the next two years (though I pray it's sooner). I've also been drawing and painting for as long as I've been writing (about 10 years). The novel I'm working on at the moment ... is a secret, 'cos Stephen King said so.
Andre-Pierre
Colleen Hay

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