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Jonathan Maniscalco

 

 

JONATHAN MANISCALCO

Jonathan Maniscalco has taught English to ESL learners in Japan, Spain, and New York City. A Massachusetts native, he is a graduate of Boston University and a stringer for The New England Review of Books. Ten Stories to Manhood is his first published book.'

Toni Morgan

TONI MORGAN

Born in Alaska, raised in Oregon, where she studied history at Portland State University, and married in Hawaii, Toni Morgan has lived all over the United States, from California to Washington, D.C., and the world, from Denmark to Japan.  She now makes her home in southwestern Idaho.  She is the author of six novels: TWO-HEARTED CROSSING, PATRIMONY, ECHOES FROM A FALLING BRIDGE, HARVEST THE WIND, LOTUS BLOSSOM UNFURLING, and QUEENIE’S PLACE. Toni’s articles and short stories have been published in various newspapers, literary magazines, and other publications (http://authortonimorgan.com)

Carolyn Bell

CAROLYN LIGHT BELL

Carolyn Light Bell is a photographer, writer, and educator. As a writer, Ms. Light Bell  draws from nature and strives to capture the beauty of the divine. She has published poetry, essays and short stories in many print and online magazines.  Her awards include the Croton-on-Hudson Review Award, Allen Ginsberg Award for Poetry, Editor’s Choice Award for Poetry.com. Ms. Light Bell is the author of a collection of poetry DELIVERY, collection of short stories
I HEARD A FISH CRY
(Adelaide Books, 2017) and two children’s books: ELEANOR AND THE LITTLE TORTUGA and LALA AND HER FRIENDS.

Mandi Jourdan

MANDI JOURDAN

Mandi Jourdan studied English and Classics at Southern Illinois University, through which she wrote and performed in two adaptations of the Harry Potter books in the style of Shakespeare. When not writing science-fiction and fantasy and listening to eighties rock, she spends time with her cats. She can be found on Amazon, at http://bloodandtalons.wordpress.com or on Twitter (@MandiJourdan). A novel LACRIMOSA (Adelaide Books, 2017) is her first published book.

Janet Mason

JANET MASON

Janet Mason is an award-winning creative writer, teacher, marketing professional and blogger for The Huffington Post. Her book, Tea Leaves, a memoir of mothers and daughters, published by Bella Books in 2012, was chosen by the American Library Association for its 2013 Over the Rainbow List.  Tea Leaves also received a Goldie Award. She is the author of three poetry books.

Richard Schmitt

 

 

RICHARD SCHMITT

Richard Schmitt is the author of The Aerialist, a novel (Harcourt, 2000), and has published fiction and nonfiction in Arts & Letters, Cimarron Review, Gettysburg Review, Gulf Coast, North American Review, Puerto del Sol, and other places. His story, “Leaving Venice, Florida,” won 1st Prize in The Mississippi Review story contest. He has been anthologized in New Stories of the South: The Year’s Best 1999 and The Best American Essays, 2013.

steven Pelcman

 

 

STEVEN PELCMAN

Steven Pelcman is an American educator, film producer and published author who has been residing in Germany for over 19 years. Mr. Pelcman’s poetry and short stories have been published in many magazines including The Windsor Review, The Innisfree Poetry Journal, Fourth River magazine, River Oak Review, Poetry Salzburg Review, Tulane Review, The Baltimore Review, The Warwick Review, The Cape Rock magazine, The Greensboro Review, enskyment.org, Iodine Poetry Journal, Rockhurst Review magazine and numerous others. He was nominated for the 2012 Pushcart Prize. http://stevenpelcman.blogspot.de

Steven McBrearty

 

 

STEVEN McBREARTY

Steven McBrearty grew up in San Antonio, Texas, in one of those big, rollicking Catholic families so common in the 1960s.  On any given day, there might be games of pitch and catch in the hallway or tackle football in the back bedroom.  He moved to Austin to attend the University of Texas and has lived in Austin ever since. He has published more than 35 short stories, humor pieces, and non-fiction articles and has received several honors for his writing.  His story collection, “Christmas Day on a City Bus,” was published in 2011 by McKinney Press. He has two grown children and four lovely grandchildren.

Michelle Cacho-Negrete

 

 

MICHELLE CACHO-NEGRETE

Michelle Cacho-Negrete is an award-winning author who currently lives in Portland Maine with her husband Kevin Smith, a prominent scientist, editor and author.  She was born in Brooklyn and many of her essays are about childhood. Four of Michelle essays have been among the 100 most notable of the year and one of her essays won Best of Net.  Her writings are in five anthologies, including a Norton College anthology. STEALING is her first published book.

Nina Wilson

 

 

NINA WILSON

Nina Wilson is a graduate of Coe College in Cedar Rapids Iowa. She lives in Indianola Iowa with her family. She loves history, especially early English history, photography, traveling, fishing, and camping. Surrender Language is her first published book.

Raymond Fenech

 

 

RAYMOND FENECH

Raymond Fenech embarked on his writing career as a freelance journalist at 18 and worked for the leading newspapers, The Times and Sunday Times of Malta.  He edited two nation-wide distributed magazines and his poems, articles, essays and short stories have featured in several publications in 12 countries. His research on ghosts has appeared in The International Directory of the Most Haunted Places, published by Penguin Books, USA. In 2009, Ray graduated with BA first class honours in creative writing and later obtained his PHD. In the same year, he was awarded a scholarship in writing therapy by the Creative “Righting” Center, Hofstra University of New York. He is a visiting professor (creative writing and parapsychology) for an online university and conducts creative writing classes for both adults and children.

Pierre Soter

PIERRE SOTÉR

Pierre Sotér is the pen name of a well-established Portuguese author. After thirty years of successful professional life and intensive soul-searching, he now dedicates his time to poetry and philosophy. The DAWN is the first book in the Book Series “Poems and Thoughts of Pierre Sotér.” Pierre writes in Portuguese, English, and French.


 



Richard Dokey

RICHARD DOKEY

Richard Dokey's stories appear regularly in the reviews. They have won awards and prizes, have been cited in Best American Short Stories, Best of the West, have been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and have been reprinted in numerous regional and national texts and anthologies. He has novels and story collections to his credit. "Pale Morning Dun," his collection, published by University of Missouri Press, was nominated for the American Book Award. Stories have appeared most recently in Alaska Quarterly Review, Grain(Canada), Natural Bridge, Southern Humanities Review, Lumina and The Chattahoochee Review.

Timothy Robbins

TIMOTHY ROBBINS

Timothy Robbins teaches ESL and does freelance translation in Wisconsin. He has a BA in French and an MA in Applied Linguistics from Indiana University. He has been a regular contributor to “Hanging Loose” since 1978. His poems have also appeared in Adelaide Literary Magazine, Three New Poets, The James White Review, Slant, Main Street Rag, Two Thirds North, The Pinyon Review, Wisconsin Review, and others. Denny’s Arbor Vitae is his first published book of poetry.


Denis Bell

 

 

DENIS BELL

Denis Bell is a professor of Mathematics at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville. He grew up in London, England and studied at the Universities of Manchester and Warwick, where he obtained a master’s degree in statistics and a doctorate in mathematics. He has received several awards for his scientific work, including an Outstanding Scholarship Award from the University of North Florida and a Research Professorship at the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute in Berkeley, California. A spinner of small tales for many years, he started publishing his fiction five years ago. His work has appeared in many literary magazines and journals, including Grub Street, Flash: The International Short-Short Story Magazine, and the Adelaide Literary Awards Anthology. A Box of Dreams is his first published collection.

Anders M. Svenning

 

 

ANDERS M. SVENNING

Anders M. Svenning was born in New York. He started writing with seriousness at the age of nineteen and has now been published in many literary magazines throughout the United States and abroad. Some of the most recent include Dark Gothic Magazine, Adelaide Literary Magazine, and Degenerate Literature. He is the author of Nonpareil (Tule Fog Press), 50 States Poetry (Pansophic Press), and has a collection of short stories forthcoming, titled Verdant Grounds, Subtle Boundaries (Adelaide Books). The Phrenologist (Wapshott Press), a novella, is also forthcoming piece by Anders M. Svenning. Anders M. Svenning lives in Palm City, Florida.

Krista Creel

 

 

KRISTA CREEL

Krista Creel received her undergraduate degree in creative writing from the University of Memphis and her graduate degree in journalism. She has had short stories and poems published by the Universities of Pennsylvania, Chicago, Johnson & Wales, South Arkansas and Memphis, as well as other independent literary magazines. She lives in rural West Tennessee with her family.

Jack Coey

JACK COEY

Jack Coey lives in Keene, NH.

   
   

 

 



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