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Born: November 25, 1952
New York City
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Crescent Dragonwagon (born Ellen Zolotow November 25, 1952, in New York City) is the author of more than 40 published books: many books for children (including a Coretta Scott King Award-winner and a Reading Rainbow selection), two novels (one a New York Times Notable), several cookbooks (Passionate Vegetarian is a 2003 James Beard Award-winner), and one book of poetry. She and her late husband, Ned Shank, owned Dairy Hollow House, a country inn and restaurant in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, where she lived for more than 30 years. She later co-founded the non-profit Writer's Colony at Dairy Hollow. She now lives in southeastern Vermont, not far from the village of Saxtons River. She is the daughter of two noted writers: Hollywood biographer Maurice Zolotow and children's book writer and editor Charlotte Zolotow.

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