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Joe Mackall

Joe Mackall is the author of Plain Secrets: An Outsider Among the Amish, and of the memoir, The Last Street Before Cleveland. He is co-founder and -editor of River Teeth: A Journal of Nonfiction Narrative. His work has appeared in many publications, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, Read More...

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Michelle Herman

Michelle Herman's most recent book is Stories We Tell Ourselves, essays about the unconscious in everyday life. She directs the MFA program in creative writing at Ohio State. www.michelleherman.comWork by Michelle Herman has been included in Issues 15.2, 13.1, 10, 5.2, and 4.1. Read More...

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Leila Philip

Leila PhilipWork by Leila Philip has been included in Issue 13.2 and 15.2.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 (Viking 2001, Penguin 2002, SUNY E Read More...

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Volume 15 Number 2

Volume 15, Number 2Table of Contents HeadwatersEditor's NotesDaniel W. LehmanFifteen years into this journey, an important thing readers should know about River Teeth is that its two editors once worked at magazines and newspapers where we shaped content and nurtured writers. Hence our love for Read More...

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Kim Todd

Work by Kim Todd has been included in Issue 15.2.Kim Todd is the author of Sparrow; Chrysalis, Maria Sibylla Merian and the Secrets of Metamorphosis; and Tinkering with Eden, a Natural History of Exotic Species in America. Her essays have appeared in Orion, Sierra, Backpacker, and Fourth River, Read More...

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Steven Church

Steven Church is the author of The Guinness Book of Me: a Memoir of Record, Theoretical Killings: Essays and Accidents, and The Day After The Day After: My Atomic Angst. His fourth book, Ultrasonic: Soundings will be released in 2014 by Lavender Ink. His essays have been published or are forthcoming Read More...

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Marley Andino

Marley Andino is a Virginia-based writer and sculptor. Her work has been published in The Citron Review, The This Magazine, and The Barely South Review. In 2014, she was selected as a Virginia Quarterly Review Nonfiction Scholar. She is currently at work on Dry Land, a memoi Read More...

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Christopher Bundy

Christopher Bundy is the author of the novel Baby, You’re a Rich Man (C&R Press, 2013). He lives in Atlanta, GA. Work by Christopher Bundy has been included in Issue 15.2. Read More...

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Nicole Walker

Work by Nicole Walker has been included in Issue 15.2. Read More...

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Brenda Miller

Work by Brenda Miller has been included in Issue 15.2. Read More...

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Keith Lesmeister

Keith Lesmeister lives and works in northeast Iowa where he and his family have recently planted an apple and pear orchard. He is an MFA candidate at Bennington College, and his work has appeared or is forthcoming in Meridian, Midwestern Gothic, and Monkeybicycle. His mid-range jump-shot continues t Read More...

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Chelsea Biondolillo

Chelsea Biondolillo is currently writing somewhere out West, having recently completed an MFA in both creative writing and environmental studies at the University of Wyoming. Her prose has appeared or is forthcoming in Shenandoah, Passages North, The Fourth River, Hayden’s Read More...

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Penny Guisinger

Penny Guisinger’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in Fourth Genre, Solstice, Under the Gum Tree, and others. She holds an MFA from Stonecoast at the University of Southern Maine. She’s a Libra (moon in Aries) and an ENFP, who loves sailing, drinking coffee, and that moment just befor Read More...

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Editor\'s Notes Volume 15 Number 2

Fifteen years into this journey, an important thing readers should know about River Teeth is that its two editors once worked at magazines and newspapers where we shaped content and nurtured writers. Hence our love for factual writing that soars in interesting ways. Beyond that, we love clustering g Read More...

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