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Dot Jackson, former Ashe County resident and author of the community read book 'Refuge,' talks to attendees of the On the Same Page literary festival. The festival is in its sixth year, and the discussion is the kick off event for the five days of festivities.
Dot Jackson, former Ashe County resident and author of the community read book 'Refuge,' talks to attendees of the On the Same Page literary festival. The festival is in its sixth year, and the discussion is the kick off event for the five days of festivities.
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Dot Jackson, former Ashe County resident and author of the community read book ‘Refuge,’ talks to attendees of the On the Same Page literary festival. The festival is in its sixth year, and the discussion is the kick off event for the five days of festivities.

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