Blog : Authors
A. Sandosharaj’s work has appeared in Massachusetts Review, Crab Orchard Review, Subcontinental, River City, American Literary Review, Bartleby and Alligator Juniper.
Amy A. Whitcomb holds a Master of Science in Environmental Science and is completing a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing, both from the University of Idaho. Her essays and poems have appeared in several publications and anthologies, including High Country News, Flyway, Frogpond, and Tahoe Blues: Short Lit on Life at the Lake. In 2011, she was awarded a Bodie McDowell scholarship from the Outdoor Writers Association of America. She currently works as a writing consultant for graduate students.
Kirk Wilson writes fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. His work has recently appeared or is forthcoming in Confrontation, Eclipse, Folly, The Langdon Review, Meridian, Midway Journal, The New Guard Literary Review, Soundings East, and The Wordstock 10 anthology. A chapbook of poetry, The Early Word, was published by Burning Deck press. Kirk’s book Unsolved, an investigation into ten high profile murders, has been published in six editions in the US and UK. He lives in Austin, Texas with his wife Donna Johnson, author of Holy Ghost Girl.
Sonja Livingston’s first book, Ghostbread, won the AWP Award for Creative Nonfiction.
Glenn Moomau is the author of the memoir, Ted Nugent Condominium.
Marilyn Bousquin is the creator of Writing Women’s Lives™ (www.writingwomenslives.com), where she teaches the craft of creative nonfiction and shows women writers how to eliminate writing blocks, discover their authentic voice, and empower their writing.
Kathryn Wilder is a resident of Hawai`i and also lives in southwestern Colorado, where she operates a natural-horsemanship training facility with renowned Mustang trainer Ramón Castro.
Richard Goodman is the author of French Dirt: The Story of a Garden in the South of France, A New York Memoir and The Soul of Creative Writing.
Jackson Connor lives and writes in Southeast Ohio with his spouse Traci O Connor and their four kids. He also has work forthcoming in Stealing Time and an anthology called Words 4 Things: How We Learn about Sex.
Richard Gilbert is writing a memoir of farming in Appalachian Ohio, from which "Wild Ducks" is adapted. He teaches essay writing and journalism at Otterbein University. His blog, NARRATIVE, explores issues in creative nonfiction.
Lee Martin's latest book is the memoir, Such a Life. He is also the author of The Bright Forever, a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Fiction in 2006, as well as three other novels, a story collection, and two other memoirs.
Karen Salyer McElmurray’s Surrendered Child: A Birth Mother’s Journey, was an AWP Award Winner for Creative Nonfiction.
Eli Sanders is the winner of the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for feature writing and is an associate editor at The Stranger in Seattle.
Joshua Wolf Shenk's work includes Lincoln's Melancholy and essays for Harper's, The Atlantic, Slate, and The New York Times.
Leslie Stainton is the author of Lorca: A Dream of Life (Farrar Straus Giroux, 1999) and the forthcoming Ghost House: Reflections on an American Theater.
Laurie Rachkus Uttich teaches creative writing at the University of Central Florida.
Robert Vivian is the author of two essay collections, Cold Snap As Yearning and The Least Cricket Of Evening, a trilogy of novels entitled The Tall Grass Trilogy, and a new novel, Water And Abandon.
Jerald Walker is the author of Street Shadows: A Memoir of Race, Rebellion, and Redemption, recipient of the 2011 PEN New England/L.L. Winship Award for Nonfiction.
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.
Kathleen Blackburn grew up in West Texas. She is currently completing her Creative Writing MFA at The Ohio State University.
Sarah M. Wells is the author of the chapbook of poems, Acquiesce, winner of the Starting Gate Award from Finishing Line Press.
Michael R. Shea is a video producer at Field & StreamOutdoor Life magazines.
Steven Harvey is the author of three collections of essays including A Geometry of Lilies, Lost in Translation, and Bound for Shady Grove.
Sydney Lea is author of eight collections of poems (most recently Young of the Year, Four Way Books, 2011).
Rebecca McClanahan has published nine books, most recently Deep Light: New and Selected Poems and The Riddle Song and Other Rememberings, a suite of essays.
Jon Kerstetter has completed three combat tours of duty in Iraq with the U.S. Army as a combat physician and flight surgeon.
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."
Sara Loewen’s essay collection is forthcoming from the University of Alaska Press in 2013.
Leila Philip is the author of three books of nonfiction, including her most recent work, the award-winning memoir, A Family Place: A Hudson Valley Farm, Three Centuries, Five Wars, One Family.
Dan Roche’s memoirs include Great Expectation: A Father’s Diary (Iowa, 2008) and Love’s Labors: A Story of Marriage (Riverhead, 1999), and his nonfiction has appeared in The North American Review, The Journal, Fourth Genre, Under the Sun, and other places.