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Rebecca McClanahan

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. Her work has appeared in Best American E Read More...

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Jerald Walker

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. His essays have appeared in many publications, and he has been widely anthologized, including four times in The Best American Essays. His next memoi Read More...

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Jan Shoemaker

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.Work by Jan Shoemaker  Read More...

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Fleda Brown

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 Read More...

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Cate Hennessey

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.Work by Cate Hennessey has been included in Issue 17.2. Read More...

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Tim Hillegonds

Tim Hillegonds earned a Master of Arts in Writing and Publishing from DePaul University in Chicago. His work has appeared in Brevity, Midway Journal, RHINO, Bluestem Magazine, and r.k.v.r.y. quarterly. He was nominated for a 2015 Illinois Arts Council Literary Award, and received an Honorable Mentio Read More...

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Sonya Huber

Sonya Huber is the author of two books of creative nonfiction, Cover Me: A Health Insurance Memoir (University of Nebraska Press, 2010), finalist for the 2010 Grub Street National Book Prize in Nonfiction, and Opa Nobody (University of Nebraska Press, 2008), shortlisted for the Saroyan Prize. She ha Read More...

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Donald J. Mitchell

Donald J. Mitchell lives in Deming, WA, on land his great grandfather homesteaded in the 1880s. He’s lived there all his life writing poetry, short essays, and fiction. His essays and poems have been most recently published in The Far Field, Moss Literary Journal, The Boiler Journal, Animal Li Read More...

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Joe Oestreich

Joe Oestreich is the author of two books of creative nonfiction: Lines of Scrimmage (co-written with Scott Pleasant, 2015) and Hitless Wonder (2012). His work has appeared in Esquire, Sports Illustrated, Creative Nonfiction, Ninth Letter, Fourth Genre, The Normal School, and many other magazines and Read More...

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William Torrey

William Torrey teaches Creative Writing and Literature at St. Andrew’s School. His writing has appeared or is forthcoming in Hobart, The Florida Review, The North American Review, Washington Square Review, Colorado Review, the Hawaii Review, New Madrid, and Zone 3, where his story “Traba Read More...

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Gina Williams

Gina Williams lives and creates in the Pacific Northwest. Her writing and visual art have been featured most recently by Okey-Panky, Carve, The Sun, Fugue, Whidbey Art Gallery, Palooka, Great Weather for Media, and Black Box Gallery, among others. Learn more about her and her work at GinaMarieWillia Read More...

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Heather Gemmen Wilson

Heather Gemmen Wilson is an award-winning author. She enjoyed a twenty-year career as a book editor before returning to school. She earned her MA in Creative Writing at Ball State University and her MFA in Creative Nonfiction at Ashland University. She has discovered that education brings not just n Read More...

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Editor's Notes, Volume 17, Number 2

It's been a busy season here at River Teeth, what with selecting Rosemary McGuire's Out West: A Season on Water as the new River Teeth Literary Nonfiction Prize winner from among nearly two hundred book-length entries. Then, too, we have just put our seventeenth year of the journal to bed with the f Read More...
Author: Dan Lehman
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