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A Literary Rookie at Mission Creek

Molly Delaney reports on attending Iowa City's Mission Creek Festival for the first time, a fun-filled and action-packed 2.5 days and nights where culture of all stripes is at the forefront.

Carola Dibbell, Molly Delaney, and Eric Obenauf at Mission Creek Festival 2016

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Posted by Molly Delaney on 20 April, 2016 0 comments |
Meet Molly Delaney!

We'd like to take a moment to introduce Molly Delaney, our first employee at Two Dollar Radio!

Molly has been working with us for the past year+ in production and marketing, and since her background and interests aren't as embedded in the traditional publishing mindset, she's been a huge help and terrific source for creative ideas apart from what we've historically done to try to get people to read our books. It was Molly's idea to create the Two Dollar Radio Street Team, and she has been instrumental with developing a top-secret major project that we plan to release news about very, very soon.

Molly Delaney, Production and Marketing Assistant at Two Dollar Radio

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Posted by Eric Obenauf on 08 February, 2016 0 comments |


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