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Robert W. Fieseler

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Sara Ackerman

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Marion Agnew

Marion Agnew lives and writes near Thunder Bay, Ontario, on Lake Superior. Her essays and short fiction have been published in literary journals in Canada and the United States and in Best Canadian Essays 2012. She is currently working on an essay or several about the world outside her windows. www.marionagnew.ca

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Mia Aguilera

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Marcia Aldrich

Marcia Aldrich is the author of the free memoir Girl Rearing, published by W.W. Norton and part of the Barnes and Noble Discover New Writers Series. She has been the editor of Fourth Genre: Explorations in Nonfiction. Companion to An Untold Story won the AWP Award in Creative Nonfiction. She is at work on Haze, a narrative of marriage and divorce during her college years. Her website: MarciaAldrich.com.

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Jennifer Alessi

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Amber Anderson

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Jenny Apostol

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Samir Atassi

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Allison Backous Troy

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Chris Bahnsen

Chris Bahnsen's writing has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, New York Times, Smithsonian Air and Space Magazine and Orange Coast, among others. He is an associate editor with Narrative Magazine.

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Melissa Ballard

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Clara Mae Barnhart

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Lynne Barrett

Lynne Barrett's recent work can be found in New Flash Fiction Review, Mystery Tribune, The Miami Rail, Flash! Writing the Very Short Story, and other journals and anthologies. Her third story collection Magpies received a Florida Book Awards gold medal. She lives in Miami and teaches at Florida International University. Learn more at www.LynneBarrett.com.

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Matthew Barrett

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Nicole Baute

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Anna Beasley

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Anna Claire Beasley

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Jack Bedell

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Krys Belc

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Carolee Bennett

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Carolee Bennett

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Carolee Bennett

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Kiley Bense

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Chelsea Biondolillo

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Andrew Bomback

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Marilyn Borell

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Marilyn Bousquin

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Jennifer Bowen Hicks

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Sam Brighton

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Traci Brimhall

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Ariana Brocious

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Sarah Broderick

Sarah Broderick is a graduate student of creative writing at San Francisco State University. She is the recipient of a Phi Beta Kappa fellowship for her writing and winner of the Wilner Award for Short Fiction judged by Jacob M. Appel. Currently, she is assisting a Voice of Witness project on voices from Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

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Tami Mohamed Brown

Tami Mohamed Brown holds an MFA in creative writing from Hamline University. She has been the recipient of a MN Emerging Writer's Grant, a Loft Mentor Series Award and a Blacklock Nature Sanctuary Fellowship. Her work has appeared in Brevity, Mizna, Sweet and elsewhere. She lives in Bloomington with her family and finds inspiration on her daily bus commute to her office job in downtown Minneapolis. She writes about these things.

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Jason Bruner

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Lisa K. Buchanan

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Christopher Bundy

Christopher Bundy is the author of the novel Baby, You're a Rich Man (C&R Press). He teaches literature and writing at the Savannah College of Art & Design-Atlanta. His essay "What I Learned from a Cockfighter" appeared in River Teeth 15.2.

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Rachael Button

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Rachel Button

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Erin Calabria

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Jo-Anne Cappeluti

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Luanne Castle

Luanne Castle’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in Wisconsin Review, Lunch Ticket, 13th Moon, The MacGuffin, Airplane Reading, and others. She holds an MFA from Western Michigan University and a PhD from the University of California, Riverside, where she was a Fellow at the Center for Ideas and Society. She is writing a memoir called “Scrap: Salvaging a Family,” about growing up over a bomb shelter and in front of the city dump.

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Andrea Caswell

Andrea Caswell grew up in Los Angeles, and later earned degrees from Tufts and Harvard. She is a candidate for an MFA in Writing and Literature at the Bennington Writing Seminars. “Rocket Scientist” is her first publication. Andrea lives with her husband in Newburyport, Massachusetts.

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Hannah Cauthen

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James Chesbro

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James M. Chesbro

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Jamie Chesbro

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Sarah Cheshire

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Sarah Beth Childers

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Andrew Clough

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Katharine Coldiron

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Rijn Collins

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Angie Crea O'Neal

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Paul Crenshaw

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Melissa Cronin

Melissa Cronin received her MFA in creative nonfiction from Vermont College of Fine Arts and her BS from Boston University. Her work has been published in Brevity, Hunger Mountain Journal, the Preservation Foundation’s Writers Showcase, and Chicken Soup for The Soul: Recovering from Traumatic Brain Injuries. Her personal essay, “Right Foot, Left Foot, adapted from her memoir, received “special mention” by Dinty W. Moore in the 2013 creative nonfiction contest held by Hunger Mountain Journal. Melissa lives in South Burlington, VT with her husband. She has written a memoir, and is a contributing writer for a local newspaper.

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Linda Crowe

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Sarah Curtis

Sarah Curtis's writing has been noted in Best American Essays 2018 and has appeared or is forthcoming in Creative Nonfiction, Salon, The American Literary Review, River Teeth, Literary Mama, Assay: In the Classroom, the Huffington Post, and elsewhere. An MFA candidate at the Vermont College of Fine Arts, she lives with her family in Michigan, where she is at work on a biographical memoir.

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Ryan C. Daily

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Sarah Dalton

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Elizabeth Dark

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Dawn S. Davies

Dawn S. Davies is the assistant fiction editor of Gulf Stream Magazine, and the graduate coordinator for Writers on the Bay Reading Series. She won first place in the 2013 FIU Student Literary Awards for nonfiction, the 2013 Kentucky Women Writers' Conference Gabehart Prize for nonfiction, is a semi-finalist for the 2014 Tucson Festival of Books for fiction, though she submitted a nonfiction essay. Go figure. Her work has appeared in Real South Magazine, The Florida Book Review, Ten Cent Journal, with essays forthcoming in River Styx and Brain,Child. She lives in Fort Lauderdale.

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Renée E. D’Aoust

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Diane de Anda

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Chloe DeFilippis

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Stephanie Dethlefs

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Karen Donley-Hayes

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Asha Dore

Asha Dore's essays have recently appeared in The Rumpus, Burrow Press Review, Sweet, Best of the Net, and other venues. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and two daughters.

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David James Duncan

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Linda Dunlavy

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Olivia Dunn

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Don Dussault

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Jason B. Dutton

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Stephanie Eardley

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Art Edwards

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Chris Erickson

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Sarah Evans

Sarah Evans is an Oregon writer and editor of the online magazine Salem Is (www.salemis.org). She is a graduate of the MFA in writing program at Pacific University.

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Elissa Favero

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Luba Feigenberg

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Robert Fieseler

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Michael Fischer

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Andrea Fisk Rotterman

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Gail Folkins

Gail Folkins often writes about her roots in the American West. Her nonfiction book Texas Dance Halls: A Two-Step Circuit was a popular culture finalist in Foreword Reviews’ 2007 Book of the Year awards. Her nature-themed memoir Light in the Trees is forthcoming from Texas Tech University Press.

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Wendy Fontaine

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David Frey

David Frey is a freelance writer in Gaithersburg, Md. His website is www.davidmfrey.com. Follow him on Twitter @davidmfrey.

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Stephanie Friedman

Stephanie Friedman the program director of the Writer's Studio at the University of Chicago Graham School of Continuing Liberal and Professional Studies, a creative writing program for adult students. Her work has appeared in Michigan Quarterly Review, and online at Hunger Mountain, Literary Mama, and Blood Orange Review. She holds an MA in English from the University of Chicago and an MFA in Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts.

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Abby Frucht

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Janice Gary

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Elizabeth Gaucher

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Claudia Geagan

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Heather Gemmen Wilson

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Jill Gerard

Jill Gerard lives and writes on the edge of a salt marsh in Wilmington, NC. She teaches at the University of Mount Olive and edits the literary journal Chautauqua.

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Pia Ghosh Roy

Pia Ghosh Roy grew up in India, and now lives in Cambridge, England, with her husband and young daughter. She has worked in advertising as a copywriter in Kolkata, Mumbai, Bangalore and London. Her short stories have appeared in journals in the UK and US. She has been longlisted for the 2015 Bath Short Story Award, and commended at the 2014 Words & Women Competition. Her works appears in The Huffington Post. She's currently working on her first novel. You can find her on Peppercorns In My Pocket, her personal blog on food, life and travel: www.peppercornsinmypocket.blogspot.com

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Jessica Gigot

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Richard Gilbert

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Edvige Giunta

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Elizabeth Glass

Elizabeth Glass holds Masters degrees in Creative Writing and Counseling Psychology. She has received grants from the Kentucky Foundation for Women and the Kentucky Arts Council, and won the 2013 Emma Bell Miles Prize in nonfiction. Her writing has appeared in New Plains Review; Still: The Journal; Writer's Digest; The Chattahoochee Review; and other journals. She lives in Louisville, Kentucky.

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RL Gonzalez Del Valle

After a career as a physician, my second career in writing sustains my desire to learn and to serve.

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Patrice Gopo

Patrice Gopo’s essays have appeared in Literary Mama, Relief, Not Somewhere Else But Here: A Contemporary Anthology of Women and Place, and on Charlotte, North Carolina’s National Public Radio Station WFAE 90.7. She is working on a group of essays exploring race, immigration and identity. She lives in North Carolina with her husband and two daughters.

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Laurie Granieri

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Iris Graville

Iris Graville holds an MFA from the Northwest Institute of Literary Arts where she serves as nonfiction editor for the program’s literary magazine, Soundings Review. Her first book, Hands at Work - Portraits and Profiles of People Who Work with Their Hands, received numerous accolades, including a Nautilus Award. Iris’s personal essays have been published in Spry, The First Day, SHARK REEF and Alimentum. She lives on Lopez Island, WA where she is at work on a memoir and blogs regularly at irisgraville.com.

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Sian Griffiths

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Melissa Grunow

Melissa Grunow's writing has appeared or is forthcoming in Creative Nonfiction, New Plains Review, Blue Lyra Review, The Quotable, The Adroit Journal, Eunoia Review, and 94 Creations Literary Review, among many others. She has an MFA in creative nonfiction from National University and an MA in literature from New Mexico State University. She teaches college-level composition and creative writing courses full-time in southeastern Michigan. Visit her website at www.melissagrunow.com or follow her on Twitter at @mel_the_writer.

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Carmella Guiol

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Penny Guisinger

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Lisa Hadden

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D.L. Hall

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Ah-reum Han

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Jessica Handler

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Heather Hansman

Heather Hansman is a Seattle-based freelancer who writes about the intersection of people and nature for magazines like Outside and Modern Farmer. She's a member of the editorial board for The Whitefish Review, and the winner of the 2010 Thompson Award for Western Writing. You can read more of her work at www.heatherhansman.com

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Robert Hardy

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Danielle Harms

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Danielle Harms

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Lisa Catherine Harper

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Steven Harvey

Steven Harvey is the author of three books of personal essays. A Geometry of Lilies, Lost in Translation, and Bound for Shady Grove. He has also edited an anthology of essays written by men on middle age called In a Dark Wood. His memoir The Book of Knowledge and Wonder, was just published by Ovenbird Books this month. A section of it appeared in The Best American Essays 2013 selected by Cheryl Stayed. He is a professor emeritus of English and creative writing at Young Harris College, a member of the nonfiction faculty in the Ashland University MFA program in creative writing, and a senior editor for River Teeth magazine. He is also the author of The Humble Essayist, a website designed to promote the personal essay and the reflective memoir.

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Laura Haugen

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Marybeth Holleman

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Kate Hopper

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Gail Hosking

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Aaron J. Housholder

Aaron J. Housholder teaches writing and literature at Taylor University in Upland, IN. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Chicago Literati, Relief Journal, RiverLit Magazine, Eunoia Review, and elsewhere.

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Beth Howard

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Sonya Huber

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Georgie Hunt

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Chris Huntington

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Ashley Hutson

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Jessica Jacobs

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Jessica Jacobs

Jessica Jacobs is the author of Pelvis with Distance, a biography-in-poems of Georgia O'Keeffe, winner of the New Mexico Book Award in Poetry and a finalist for the Lambda Literary Award. Take Me with You, Wherever You're Going, her second full-length collection, is forthcoming from Four Way Books in 2019. She lives in Asheville, North Carolina, with her wife, the poet Nickole Brown. You can find more of her writing at www.jessicalgjacobs.com

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Liza Jagoda Allen

Liza Jagoda Allen is a past recipient of the Academy of American Poets College Prize and was a participant in the Loft Literary Center's Mentor Series Program. She has had work published in Midrasz and has work forthcoming in the Tishman Review.

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Maria Jerinic

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Ethan Joella

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Denise Duhamel and Julie Marie Wade

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Margot Kahn

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Verna Kale

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Jody Keisner

Jody Keisner teaches courses in creative nonfiction at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Her writing has appeared in Brain Child, Literary Mama, Women's Studies, among other places.

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Maya Khosla

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Catherine Klatzker

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Riane Konc

Riane Konc is a freelance writer living outside of Cincinnati, Ohio. Her work has been featured in The Steinbeck Review, Reductress, and The Lookout, among others. Website: www.theillustrious.net

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Louise Krug

Louise Krug is the author of Louise: Amended (2012), a memoir about the brain surgeries she had when she was 22. She teaches creative writing and composition at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas, where she lives with her husband and daughter. Some of her recent work has appeared in Parcel and Huffington Post. She has a collection of essays forthcoming from 99:The Press in 2015.

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Josette Kubaszyk

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Marissa Landrigan

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Tamara Lang

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Jenny Lara

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Thomas Larson

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Thomas Larson

Journalist, critic, and memoirist, Thomas Larson is the author of three books: The Sanctuary of Illness: A Memoir of Heart Disease, The Saddest Music Ever Written: The Story of Samuel Barber’s “Adagio for Strings,” and The Memoir and the Memoirist: Reading and Writing Personal Narrative. He is a staff writer for the San Diego Reader and Book Reviews editor for River Teeth. Larson teaches in the MFA Program at Ashland University, Ashland, Ohio. His essay-series, “The Social Author,” is running at Guernica.

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Tom Larson

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Magin LaSov Gregg

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Lisa Laughlin

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Sheldon Lawrence

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Sydney Lea

Sydney Lea’s most recent collection of nonfiction is A North Country Life: Tales of Woodsmen, Waters, and Wildlife (Skyhorse, 2013), and his latest volume of poetry is I Was Thinking of Beauty (Four Way Books, 2013). He is poet laureate of Vermont.

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Richard LeBlond

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Dan Lehman

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Eric LeMay

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Levan

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Michael Levan

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Kate Levin

Kate Levin's writing has appeared in the New York Times, the Boston Globe, the Paris Review Daily, and elsewhere. She teaches at the University of Southern California, and her web site is www.kate-levin.com.

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Michael Leyan

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Kim Liao

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Mark Liebenow

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Jia Lim

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Sonja Livingston

Sonja Livingston’s first book, Ghostbread, won the AWP Award for Creative Nonfiction. Her writing has received awards from the Deming Fund for Women, the Iowa Review, and the New York State Foundation for the Arts. Essays from her latest collection-in-progress have been honored with Pushcart nominations, a 2012 Arts & Letters Nonfiction Prize, and appear or are forthcoming in Fourth Genre, Creative Nonfiction, The McNeese Review and Arts & Letters. Sonja teaches in the MFA Program at the University of Memphis.

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Chansi Long

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Joanne Lozar Glenn

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Sarah Ludwig

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Cathy Luna

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Robert Lunday

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Joe Mackall

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David MacWilliams

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Danielle Madsen

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Katy Major

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Krys Malcolm Belc

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Terrance Manning, Jr.

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Jordan Martin

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Francisco Martínezcuello

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Francisco Martinezcuello

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Sarah Marty-Schlipf

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Rebecca McClanahan

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Marsha McGregor

Marsha McGregor’s literary nonfiction, op ed articles, features and poetry have appeared in Fourth Genre, The Kenyon Review Online, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Brain,Child Magazine, Literary Mama, Ascent, National Public Radio, Healing Through the Numinous from a Jungian Perspective, YOU: An Anthology of Essays Devoted to the Second Person and elsewhere. Her first person essays appear regularly in Cleveland Magazine. “Sometimes Distant Sounds” is excerpted from a book-length flash nonfiction work in progress.

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Jan McGuire

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Jolene McIlwain

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Kate Meadows

Kate Meadows is the author of Tough Love: A Wyoming Childhood (Pronghorn Press). Her articles and essays have appeared in Writer’s Digest, Writer’s Market, Chicken Soup for the Soul and numerous trade magazines. She holds an MFA from Western Connecticut State University and teaches creative nonfiction workshops in the Kansas City area. www.katemeadows.com

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Erica Meurk

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Kate Michaelson

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Kelly Miller

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Abby Mims

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Brad A. Modlin

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Kelsey Moore

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Kelsey E. Moore

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Polly Moore

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Scott Russell Morris

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Kelly Morse

Kelly Morse is a poet, nonfiction writer, and translator from the Pacific Northwest. Her work has appeared in Brevity, Alimentum, Side B Magazine and elsewhere; she is also the recipient of a Robert Pinsky Global Fellowship. Currently, she is completing a cross-genre manuscript about living for two years in Hanoi, Vietnam. More of her work can be found at www.kelly-morse.com.

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Andrea Mummert

Andrea Mummert Puccini is a mother, environmental biologist, and writer. She is a native of Maryland and the Chesapeake Bay lowlands. She now lives in northern California with her husband and two sons, where she works with farmers and ranchers to improve water quality and create wildlife habitat on agricultural lands. She co-authored California Wildlife: Conservation Challenges prepared at the University of California, Davis, and her work has appeared in the Yolo Crow, Pilgrimage, and a number of scientific journals.

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Stacy Murison

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Rachel Ann Murphy

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Rachel Anne Murphy

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Jeff Muse

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Deborah Nedelman

Deborah Nedelman, Ph.D. (clinical psychology) is currently an MFA student at the Northwest Institute for Literary Arts. She is co-author of 2 non-fiction books and her fiction appears in Contemporary World Literature and Persimmon Tree, Every Writer’s Resource, Writers’ Advice, WritersType, The Masters Review, and Literary Orphans. She is a certified Amherst Writers and Artists group facilitator and has lead writing workshops for experienced as well as novice writers. She believes that the best writing starts in the heart and comes out of the hand via the gut.

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Aaron Newman

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Renee Nicholson

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Jennifer Niesslein

Jennifer Niesslein is the editor of Full Grown People (fullgrownpeople.com). You can read more of her work at jenniferniesslein.com.

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Gloria Nixon-John

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Lynne Nugent

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Jennifer Ochstein

Jennifer Ochstein earned her MFA in Creative Writing from Ashland University in 2012. She’s published book reviews with Brevity and essays with Connotation Press, The Lindenwood Review, Evening Street Review, and Hippocampus Magazine. She’s currently at work on a memoir about her mother and teaches at Bethel College.

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Matthew Olzmann

Matthew Olzmann's first book of poems, Mezzanines (Alice James Books 2013), was selected for the Kundiman Prize. His writing has appeared in Kenyon Review, Brevity, New England Review, Poetry Northwest, Gulf Coast, The Southern Review and elsewhere.

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Heather Osterman-Davis

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Rhonda Owen

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Ksenia Panova

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Martha Park

Martha Park is from Memphis, Tennessee. She is an MFA candidate at Hollins University's Jackson Center for Creative Writing

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Terry Parker

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Jenny Patton

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Elizabeth Paul

Elizabeth Paul holds an MA in English from the University of Virginia and is currently pursuing an MFA in creative writing at the Vermont College of Fine Arts. Her work has appeared in Writing from the Inside Out and Weave Magazine.

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Elettra Pauletto

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Rachael Peckham

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Holly Pelesky

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Catherine Pierce

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Katie Powers

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Elizabeth Raby

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Catherine Rankovic

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Catherine Rankovic

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Mary Elizabeth Reilly-McGreen

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Lisa Reily

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Dina Relles

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Megan Renart

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Margaret Renkl

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Glen Retief

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Dorothy Rice

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Diana Rico

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Ron Riekki

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Sarah Robinson

Sarah is an architect and writer who lives and works in Pavia, Italy. Her books Nesting: body, dwelling, mind, Mind in Architecture, and In Wood Stone and Skin explore how the built environment shapes the imagination.

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Lisa Romeo

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Robert Root

Robert Root is the author of the memoir Happenstance and the essay collections Postscripts: Retrospections of Time and Place and Limited Sight Distance: Essays for Airwaves, as well as of the craft book The Nonfictionist’s Guide: On Reading and Writing Nonfiction. He is also editor of Landscapes with Figures: The Nonfiction of Place and co-editor of The Fourth Genre: Contemporary Writers of/on Creative Nonfiction. He teaches nonfiction in the Ashland University low-residency MFA program. www.rootwriting.com

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Arra Ross

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Kelley Rossier

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Alan Rossman

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Pamela Rothbard

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Andrea Fisk Rotterman

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Anjoli Roy

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Erin Ruble

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A. Mauricio Ruiz

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A.M. Ruiz

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Susan Rukeyser

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Doug Rutledge

Doug Rutledge has a PhD in English Literature from the University of Chicago and an MFA in creative writing from Ashland University. Doug is the author of The Somali Diaspora: A Journey Away published by the University of Minnesota Press. His reviews have appeared in The Journal, Rattle, and the Asheville Poetry Review. Doug is currently a reader for the Winter Tangerine Review.

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Jen Sammons

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Laurel Santini

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Jean-Marie Saporito

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Sebastian Sarti

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Robin Schauffler

Robin Schauffer is a writer and teacher in Portland, Oregon, where she was born and where she always returns from any adventure. From 1997 to 2000 she lived and taught in Morelia, Mexico with Peter, her husband and traveling companion of thirty years. She has written a book about their life there, as yet unpublished. Her work has appeared in Open Spaces, Oregon English Journal, Street Roots, Oregon Quarterly on line, Voice Catcher, and in the "Readers Write" section of The Sun. Two short-short stories have received Honorable Mention in Glimmertrain contests.

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Samantha Schoech

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Jackson Schultz

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Mimi Schwartz

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Jason Schwartzman

Jason Schwartzman is a writer who lives in New York City. His work has appeared in the New York Times, nymag.com, and narrative.ly, among other places. He almost fell into a river once, but a tiny mountain man came out of nowhere and saved him with his walking stick.

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Diana Spechler

Diana Spechler is the author of the novels Who by Fire and Skinny and of the New York Times column Going Off. She has written for GQ, The Paris Review Daily, The Wall Street Journal, Glimmer Train Stories, The Southern Review, Esquire, and elsewhere. She teaches writing in New York City and for Stanford University's Online Writer's Studio.

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Michelle Webster-Hein

Michelle Webster-Hein writes and teaches in Ypsilanti, Michigan, where she lives with her husband and daughter. You can find her work (now or soon) in upstreet, Midwestern Gothic, Ruminate Magazine and Perigee, among other places. She holds an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts. Work by Michelle Webster-Hein has been included in Issue 15.1. She is co-editor of River Teeth's Beautiful Things weekly column.

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Sarah Wells

Sarah M. Wells is the author of Pruning Burning Bushes and a chapbook of poems, Acquiesce. Poems and essays by Wells have appeared recently in Ascent, Brevity, Full Grown People, The Pinch, and elsewhere. Two of Sarah's essays were named notable essays in Best American Essays 2013 and 2012. She is at work on a memoir-in-essays collection ("messay") about the two most important men in her life--her father and her husband--tentatively titled American Honey. Sarah is the Administrative Director for Ashland University's MFA Program and Managing Editor for Ashland Poetry Press and River Teeth. She lives in Ashland, Ohio, with her husband and their three children. http://sarahmwells.blogspot.com

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Kathryn Wilder

Kathryn Wilder’s essays have appeared in such places as River Teeth Volume 14 Number 2, Midway Journal, Fourth Genre, Southern Indiana Review, Bugle, Sierra, many Hawai`i magazines, and a few anthologies. A graduate of Northern Arizona University’s masters program in creative writing, she currently runs a horse ranch near the Four Corners with her son, his wife, their daughter, and their soon-to-arrive second child, who will be born between this writing and the appearance of “Holding.” Website: wilderwaters.org

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Peter Witte’s writing has recently been published in The Sun, Tin House’s The Open Bar, and Hobart (web). A native of Illinois, he now lives in College Park, Maryland, with his wife, a philosopher, their two children, and a handsome dog.

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Matt Young is a veteran, writer, and teacher. He holds an MA in creative writing from Miami University. His work can be found or is forthcoming in [PANK], BULL: Men's Fiction, Midwestern Gothic, and O-Dark-Thirty. Follow him @young_em_see.

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