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Non-Fiction about Non-Humans: Cat Warren

The seventh Non-Fiction about Non-Humans interview is up on Fiction Advocate!

Author Cat Warren and Solo, a cadaver dog, training near the Eno River in Durham, North Carolina, Friday, July 8, 2011.

Cat Warren is the author of What the Dog Knows and What the Dog Knows: Young Readers Editionbooks about training her German Shepherd, Solo, as a cadaver dog. She is professor emerita at North Carolina State University, where she taught science journalism, editing, and creative nonfiction courses. Before starting her academic career, Warren worked for newspapers across the United States, reporting on crime, poverty, and politics, from California to Wyoming to Connecticut. Warren lives in downtown Durham, North Carolina, with her husband, David Auerbach, a retired professor of philosophy at North Carolina State University, and their two dogs, Rev and Brio.

To read the full interview, visit Fiction Advocate, and be sure to check out the previous installments of Non-Fiction about Non-Humans with Bethany BrookshireSabrina ImblerErica BerryTove DanovichKaren Fine, and Jaime Green!

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