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Sally Badawi

Sally Badawi teaches in Portland, Oregon where she lives with her husband and two children. Her most recent work is published or forthcoming in Neologism Poetry JournalMonths to Years Magazine, and Pink Panther Magazine.

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This is Not an Epic Poem
The Dillydoun Review

Bryan Barks

Bryan Barks is a writer and advocate living the Washington, DC area.

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New Year’s Eve
The Dillydoun Review

François Bereaud

François Bereaud celebrated turning 50 by earning an MFA from San Diego State University. He was the bosque journal’s “Discovery Author Award” winner in 2017. He has been published in the City Works Journal, online at Rejected Manuscripts, The Write Launch, Sundial Magazine, and has stories upcoming at Blood & Bourbon, the Table for None Anthology, and the Kind Writers Literary Magazine. He has written a novel and two short story collections which he dreams of seeing in the window of his beloved neighborhood bookstore. He is a husband, dad, full-time community college math professor, tutor and mentor in the Congolese refugee community, and a mediocre hockey player.

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Ruth
The Dillydoun Review

My Father’s Story
Sundial Magazine

Snakebit
The Write Launch

Andy Betz

Andy Betz has tutored and taught in excess of 30 years. He lives in 1974, and has been married for 28 years. His works are found everywhere a search engine operates.

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The Caretaker
The Dillydoun Review

Emily Guy Birken

Emily Guy Birken is the author of four books on personal finance, including The Five Years Before You Retire, with a fifth under contract, and her byline has appeared in Forbes. She has been writing professionally since 2010. She lives in Milwaukee with her engineer husband, two sons who are determined to make her a Pokemon expert, a retired greyhound, and a cat that doubles as a throw pillow. You can follow Emily on Twitter @emilyguybirken

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The Body in the Library
The Dillydoun Review

Ace Boggess

Ace Boggess is the author of five books of poetry, including MisadventureUltra Deep Field, and The Prisoners. His writing has appeared in Harvard ReviewNotre Dame ReviewMid-American Review, and other journals. He received a fellowship from the West Virginia Commission on the Arts and spent five years in a West Virginia prison. He lives in Charleston, West Virginia. Follow Ace on Twitter: @AceBoggess

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Burroughs
The Dillydoun Review

Why Worry When You Don’t Need to Go Anywhere
The Dillydoun Review

Misadventure
(Cyberwit.net, 2020)

Carl Boon

Carl Boon is the author of the full-length collection Places & Names: Poems (The Nasiona Press, 2019). His poems have appeared in many journals and magazines, including Prairie SchoonerPosit, and The Maine Review. He received his Ph.D. in Twentieth-Century American Literature from Ohio University in 2007, and currently lives in Izmir, Turkey, where he teaches courses in American culture and literature at Dokuz Eylül University.

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Any Fire
The Dillydoun Review

Noémie Boucher

Noémie Boucher is 20 years old and an aspiring novelist. Born in Richmond, British Columbia, she fell in love with literature at a young age. She is currently putting the finishing touches on an adventure manuscript that she started writing when she was 15. Noémie hopes to someday write novels to transport, inspire and touch readers, the same way literature has done for her.

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Une Recette de Ratatouille
The Dillydoun Review

J.C. Bratcher

J.C. Bratcher, educated at Cumberland University of Tennessee and participated in a doctorate program studying human behavior at Tennessee Tech University. Several publications in professional journals. Writer of poetry, prose, parable, and aspiring novelist.

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Harness
The Dillydoun Review

C. Rommial Butler

C. Rommial Butler’s writings may be postmortem reflections of a time he didn’t exist to enjoy filtered through the flesh matrix of a biochemical computer program.

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Journey through the Age of Reason
The Dillydoun Review