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Rebecca Renner is a writer and editor out of South Florida. Her essays have been featured in the Washington Post, New York Magazine, and Glamour. She is working on a novel.
Raised in Daytona Beach, Florida, Rebecca Renner came to writing after a years of listening to stories. She is a child of the South’s extensive oral storytelling tradition. An avid swimmer, she loves reading and writing about the environment, and the state of Florida is close to her heart. She is a seventh-generation (plus) Floridian descended from Central Florida’s cattle-driving settlers and a hodgepodge of other pioneers. She has won both a table setting and a hog calling contest, was a gold medalist at the National Lifeguard Championships, raised several Dixie Dwarf Rabbit Fancier’s best in show rabbits, and has caught a snapping turtle with her bare hands. Her areas of expertise also include Florida history, science, psychology, conservation and environmentalism, medicine, social issues, and dating. Her essays have been featured in the Washington Post, New York Magazine, and Glamour. She is working on a novel.
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