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Brenda Miller

Brenda Miller March 24, 2017
Brenda Miller is the author of An Earlier Life, Who You Will Become, Listening Against the Stone: Selected Essays, Blessing of the Animals, and Season of the Body.
Keywords: 15-2, 18-2

Thomas Larson

March 24, 2017
Thomas Larson is the author to The Memoir and the Memoirist: Reading and Writing Personal Narrative and The Saddest Music Ever Written: The Story of Samuel Barber’s "Adagio for Strings."
Keywords: 13-2, 18-2

Andre Dubus III

March 24, 2017
Andre Dubus III is the author of a collection of short fiction, The Cage Keeper and Other Stories, and the novels Bluesman, House of Sand and Fog and The Garden of Last Days, a New York Times bestseller. His memoir, Townie, was published in February 2011 with W.W. Norton & Co. His work has been included in The Best American Essays of 1994, The Best Spiritual Writing of 1999, and The Best of Hope Magazine. He has been awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship, The National Magazine Award for fiction, The Pushcart Prize, and was a Finalist for the Rome Prize Fellowship from the Academy of Arts and Letters.
Keywords: 14-1, 18-2

Zachary Gerberick

March 24, 2017
Zachary Gerberick is a MFA candidate in creative writing at Florida State University.
Keywords: 18-2

Kerry Muir

March 24, 2017
Kerry Muir holds an MFA from Vermont College of the Fine Arts, where she studied with Robin Hemley, Philip Graham, and Brett Lott. Her creative nonfiction has appeared in Kenyon Review, Crazyhorse, Quarter After Eight, Willow Springs, and elsewhere.
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Julie Marie Wade

March 24, 2017
Julie Marie Wade is the author of four collections of poetry and prose, most recently Catechism: A Love Story (Noctuary Press, 2016) and SIX: Poems (Red Hen Press, 2016)
Keywords: 18-2

Amanda Bestor-Siegal

March 24, 2017
Amanda Bestor-Siegal is based in Paris, where she is working on a novel. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in Threepenny Review and Salon.
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Brian Castner

March 24, 2017
Brian Castner is a nonfiction writer, former Explosive Ordnance Disposal officer, and veteran of the Iraq War. He is the author of All the Ways We Kill and Die and the war memoir The Long Walk, which was adapted into an opera and named an Amazon Best
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Krista Christensen

March 24, 2017
Krista Christensen's essays have appeared or are forthcoming in New Ohio Review, Harpur Palate, Hippocampus, Word Riot, and elsewhere.
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Reg Darling

March 24, 2017
Reg Darling lives in Vermont with his wife and cats. When he isn’t writing, he paints and wanders in the woods. He was an outdoor writer of sorts in a previous literary incarnation, but has wandered off into the rest of his life.
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Michael Downs

March 24, 2017
Michael Downs’s books include House of Good Hope (University of Nebraska Press), winner of the River Teeth Literary Nonfiction Prize, and The Greatest Show (Louisiana State University Press)
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E. A. Farro

March 24, 2017
E. A. Farro is a scientist and artist along the Mississippi River in Minnesota. She has a PhD in geology and has spent a lot of time living in the wilderness. She is working on a novel and a weekly online collaboration, Science Love Letters. ??
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Lauren Hobson

March 24, 2017
Lauren Hobson is a graduate of Tulane University. She lives, works, and writes in Portland, Oregon.
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Emily Brisse

September 14, 2016
Emily Brisse's essays and fiction have appeared in a variety of publications, and her work has recently appeared in or is forthcoming from The Fourth River, Armchair/Shotgun, Two Hawks Quarterly, and Hippocampus.
Keywords: 18-1

Rachel Graham Cody

September 14, 2016
Rachel Graham Cody is a writer in Portland, Oregon, and the co-author of Getting Open: The Unknown Story of Bill Garrett and the Integration of College Basketball.
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Kevin Honold

September 14, 2016
Kevin Honold was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. His first book of poetry, Men as Trees Walking, won The Journal/Ohio State University Press prize in 2009. He is currently a PhD candidate in English at the University of Cincinnati.
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David Lazar

September 14, 2016
David Lazar’s books include Who's Afraid of Helen of Troy, After Montaigne (co-edited with Patrick Madden), Occasional Desire: Essays, The Body of Brooklyn, Truth in Nonfiction, Essaying the Essay, Powder Town, Michael Powell: Interviews, and Conversations with M. F. K. Fisher.
Keywords: 18-1

Alex Lemon

September 14, 2016
Alex Lemon is the author of Happy: A Memoir, the essay collection Heartdusting: Notes from the Feverland (forthcoming from Milkweed Editions), and five books of poetry, most recently Or Beauty (forthcoming from Milkweed) and The Wish Book.
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Marion Boyer

September 14, 2016
Marion Boyer has written essays for Paddler, American Whitewater, Canoe & Kayak, Great Lakes Review, and The Tishman Review.
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Feagin Jones

September 14, 2016
Feagin Jones currently resides in Morgantown, West Virginia, where she obtained an MFA from West Virginia University. Her work has previously been published in PANK and Hippocampus.
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Kathryn Winograd

September 14, 2016
Kathryn Winograd is the author of Phantom Canyon: Essays of Reclamation, a finalist in the Foreword Reviews 2014 INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards; Air Into Breath, winner of the Colorado Book Award in Poetry; Stepping Sideways into a Poetry, Scholastic resource book for K-12 teachers; and two books on online learning published by McGraw Hill.
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Annie Olson

September 14, 2016
Annie Olson completed her MFA at the University of New Mexico. She lives and teaches in Albuquerque.
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Josh Potter

September 14, 2016
Josh Potter received his MFA from the University of Washington in 2015. His work has appeared in Shelf Awareness, The Stranger, and Driftwood Press, where he is a guest editor for their upcoming fall issue. He lives in Seattle, Washington.
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Angela Pelster

September 14, 2016
Angela Pelster's most recent book, Limber, was a finalist for the PEN/Diamonstein-Spielvogel Award for the Art of the Essay and won the Great Lakes Colleges Association New Writers Award in Nonfiction.
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Jerald Walker

May 9, 2016
Jerald Walker is the author of Street Shadows: A Memoir of Race, Rebellion, and Redemption, recipient of the 2011 PEN New England Award for Nonfiction.
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Jan Shoemaker

May 9, 2016
Jan Shoemaker’s essays have been anthologized, featured on public radio, and have appeared in many magazines and journals including River Teeth, The Sun, Fourth Genre, The Colorado Review, Sufi Journal, and American Literary Review. She writes and teaches in Michigan.
Keywords: 16-2, 17-2

Rebecca McClanahan

May 9, 2016
Rebecca McClanahan has published ten books of nonfiction, essays, poetry, and writing instruction, most recently The Tribal Knot: A Memoir of Family, Community, and a Century of Change and a new edition of Word Painting: The Fine Art of Writing Descriptively.
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Gina Williams

May 9, 2016
Gina Williams lives and creates in the Pacific Northwest.
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Cate Hennessey

May 9, 2016
Cate Hennessey’s essays and book reviews have appeared in or are forthcoming from The Gettysburg Review, Fourth Genre, PANK, and Tinderbox Poetry Journal. A recent Pushcart Prize nominee, she teaches at West Chester University.
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Fleda Brown

May 9, 2016
Fleda Brown’s The Woods Are On Fire: New & Selected Poems will be out from University of Nebraska Press in 2017. Her eighth collection of poems, No Need of Sympathy (BOA Editions, LTD) and her collection of essays with Sydney Lea, Growing Old in Poetry (Autumn House Press) came out in 2013.
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