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Regina O'Sullivan (Open Post)

Regina O'Sullivan

Regina O’Sullivan has lived in Simsbury for five years with her husband Peter O’Sullivan and their three children. Her writing experience began with Lehigh University’s Brown and White newspaper, where she graduated magna cum laude in 1992 with a B.A. in English. While pursuing a Master’s Degree in English at WCSU, Regina wrote as a freelance reporter for The Ridgefield Press in Ridgefield, CT, her home town.  During her career as a high school English teacher, she continued her education at Wesleyan University where she graduated with an MALS degree in 2003, when her first child was two years old. As a Connecticut certified English teacher, Regina has taught writing in many different ways including research, creative, expository and persuasive. Now, in addition to writing regularly for Patch.com, Regina is a stay at home mom with three children. Regina has learned to pick up many diverse hobbies including knitting, reading, bargain hunting, baking, yoga, photography, juggling, small engine repair and diplomacy. In her free time Regina also tutors in English, volunteers, and files her nails. Please send story ideas and news to her at reggieact@gmail.com.

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Local Author Gives the Master's School a View of Success

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Five things to do or buy in the next five days.
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Simsbury Hometown Heroes of 2011 to Receive Awards

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Simsbury Chamber of Commerce is Recognizing Locals Who Give Back

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Westminster Poetry Series Hosts Terrance Hayes

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Peter Rabbit and Other Events in Simsbury

Peter Rabbit and Other Events in Simsbury

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