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Eric Dorsey - A Tale of Friendship and the Meaning of Connection
FEATURED AUTHOR - From working in finance to living in his van as a critical care nurse, an echo persisted across the years, whispered in an eerie unison by teachers, professors, managers, employees, colleagues, friends: ‘Eric, you are a Writer.’ As our Author of the Day, he tells us all about his book, My Father's Indian: How A Butterfly Split The Oak