Tuesday Nov 20

Fiction

John G. Hartness - Fiction

Hartness John G. Hartness is a recovering theatre geek who likes loud music, fried pickles and cold beer. He’s been published online in several journals including The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, cc&d, Deuce Coupe and Truckin’. He can be found online at here and spends too much time on Twitter, especially after a few beers.

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Justin D. Anderson - Fiction

J.Anderson Justin D. Anderson grew up in northern West Virginia. He’s currently an MFA candidate in fiction and writing teacher at West Virginia University in Morgantown, where he lives with his wife and son.

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Vicki Barras Tulacro - Fiction

Tulacro Vicki Barras Tulacro lives, writes and loves in the mountains of Wrightwood. Her most recent work has been published in Ghost Town, The Farallon Review, and Southpaw. She is currently working on her first novel, Pink Is For Girls.

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SR Mishler - Fiction

SRMishler SR Mishler has worked in theatre for five years as a board operator, stage manager, and wardrobe manager in everything from community college theatre departments to equity houses in Long Beach.

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Alison Minami - Fiction

Minami Alison Minami is an MFA graduate student in fiction at the University of California at Riverside. Formerly a high school teacher, she has taught collaborative writing and performance workshops with The Asian American Writer’s Workshop,

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Maryanne G. Khan - Fiction

MaryanneGKhan Maryanne G. Khan has lived many places, including Milan, Chicago, Brussels, and Rome, among others. She is most recently the recipient of the 2009 Margery Graber-Mc Innes Short Story Award and the 2008 Varuna-HarperCollins Award.

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Steve Oberlechner - Fiction

SteveO Steve Oberlechner earned his MFA from West Virginia University and teaches composition and creative writing at Potomac State College in Keyser, WV. Previous short fiction has appeared on the Cortland Review, and he has published creative non-fiction in the Gettysburg Review and Prairie Schooner.

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Scott Marsh - Fiction

Scott Marsh lives in the historic town of Arthurdale, WV, and holds an MFA from West Virginia University. Scott’s other interests include building a treehouse with his two daughters and playing in the snow with his chocolate lab, Bo. He currently works as a teacher/counselor at a residential home for troubled youth.

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Nels Hanson - Fiction

Nels Hanson earned degrees from UC Santa Cruz and the U of Montana and his fiction received the San Francisco Foundation’s James D. Phelan Award and a citation in its Joseph Henry Jackson competition. His stories have appeared in Antioch Review, Texas Review,

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