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Bio (click to expand) As a staff reporter-turned-freelance journalist, Anna Pratt, who lives in Minneapolis, Minn., has ventured into garbage houses, spent the night in a homeless shelter and witnessed a fistfight in a church basement, all for various stories. Her byline has appeared in the Star Tribune, The Line, the Southwest Journal, the Minnesota Independent and several suburban and community papers, web publications and broadcast media in the Twin Cities. Pratt is active with the Society of Professional Journalists' freelance community and she serves as the treasurer for the award-winning Minnesota Pro Chapter of SPJ.

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Bob Dotson

Specializes in: Profiles

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5 Holmes Street
Suite 14-E
Mystic, CT  
Phone: 8605365461
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Work has previously appeared: National Television, Book Publishing

Bob Dotson has been in more motel rooms than the Gideon Bible, crisscrossing this country, four million miles, practically non-stop, for forty years, searching for people who are practically invisible, the ones who quietly change our lives, but don’t take time to Twitter and tell us about it. They may not run for President or go on talk shows, but without their contribution, the kind of country we love would not exist. These are people with thoughtful solutions to problems we all face, incredible ideas that work, a blueprint for our own dreams and a way to make America better. This country survives and thrives because of names we don’t know, ordinary people who live life with passion, who succeed not just on talent and hard work, but curiosity and imagination. They see what we all see, but think what no one else has thought.

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