by Autumn Konopka
Libby is struggling with severe depression when she meets Mac, an awkward, beguiling stranger, who convinces her to help him run a marathon in less than 12 weeks. Their training will be fast, hard, and full of obstacles -- and it might just change both of their lives.
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Autumn Konopka is a writer, runner, and trauma-informed teaching artist. In 2016, she was named poet laureate of Montgomery County, Pa., selected by Pulitzer-prize winning author, Carl Dennis. Her poetry chapbook, a chain of paper dolls, was published in 2014 by the Head & the Hand Press (Philadelphia), and her work has been published widely in literary journals. She has degrees in writing from the University of Pittsburgh and Antioch University. For more than 20 years, Autumn has been committed to helping others, especially fellow writers and trauma survivors, through her professional work, her volunteer commitments, and her writing. She lives with her family outside of Philadelphia, where she finds joy in coffee, rainbows, reggaetón, and silly t-shirts.
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