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On the Dial | A few things to look forward to at AWP '17

The 50th anniversary edition of the AWP conference is happening this week in Washington D.C., and we will be there, at the book fair, with bells on. We'll also be hosting two parties! In addition, here are some non-Two Dollar Radio related things at the conference that we're looking forward to.

Greetings from Washington DC

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Posted by Eric Obenauf on 06 February, 2017 0 comments |


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