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Thomas Larson

Thomas Larson is a journalist, critic, and memoirist. He 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: Readi Read More...

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Andre Dubus III

Andre Dubus III ‘s books include the New York Times’ bestsellers House of Sand and Fog, The Garden of Last Days, and his memoir, Townie. His most recent book, Dirty Love, published in the fall of 2013, was a New York Times “Notable Book” selection, a New York Times “Ed Read More...

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Brenda Miller

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. She co-authored, with poet Holly J. Hughes, The Pen and the Bell: Mindful Writing in a Busy World and Tell it Slant: Creating, Refining, Read More...

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Amanda Bestor-Siegal

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.Work by Amanda Bestor-Siegal has been included in Issue 18.2. Read More...

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Brian Castner

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 Book for 2012. A contributing Read More...

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Krista Christensen

Krista Christensen's essays have appeared or are forthcoming in New Ohio Review, Harpur Palate, Hippocampus, Word Riot, and elsewhere. She earned an MFA from Ashland University and has recently completed a memoir, which details her struggle to find peace after sudden hysterectomy at age thirty-two. Read More...

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Reg Darling

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. His essays have been published in Azure, Dark Matter Journal, Th Read More...

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Michael Downs

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), a collection of linked stories featuring the Hartford Circus Fire of 1944. Wi Read More...

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E. A. Farro

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. ​​Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in  Read More...

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Zachary Gerberick

Zachary Gerberick is a MFA candidate in creative writing at Florida State University. He received his bachelor’s degree in electronic media from the University of Cincinnati and enjoys crossing genres with his work, specifically regarding video and writing. He currently resides in Tallahassee, Read More...

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Lauren Hobson

Lauren Hobson is a graduate of Tulane University. She lives, works, and writes in Portland, Oregon. Work by Lauren Hobson has been included in Issue 18.2. Read More...

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Kerry Muir

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.Work by Kerry Muir has been included in Issue 18.2. Read More...

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Julie Marie Wade

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), selected by C. D. Wright as the winner of the 2014 AROHO/To the Lighthouse Poetry Prize. A recipient of Read More...

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