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From the Hills of Fauquier County

Feature Peyton Marshall

In September 2003, the descendants of John Marshall, the fourth and arguably greatest Chief Justice of the United States, gathered at the Richmond Marriott for a weekend of cocktails and lectures.
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No. 06

No. 06

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​Peyton Marshall is a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. Her story “Bunnymoon” was published in Best New American Voices 2004. She is working on a collection of essays.

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