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Christian Garduno’s work can be read in over 60 literary magazines. He is the recipient of the 2019 national Willie Morris Award for Southern Poetry. Garduno is a Finalist in the 2020-2021 Tennessee Williams & New Orleans Writing Contest. He lives and writes along the South Texas coast with his wonderful wife Nahemie and young son Dylan.

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Sierralee
The Dillydoun Review

Ethan Garraway is a writer from Melbourne, Australia, currently living in New York City where he is completing a Master of Fine Arts (Fiction) at Columbia University.

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fish tank 31
The Dillydoun Review

Bill Garwin has several degrees and a third-dan karate black belt. He believes stories indelibly enrich our lives and relishes in their telling. The opening chapter of his current project, City of Schemes, received first place, Utah League of Writers 2020 Quill Awards.

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Hope
The Dillydoun Review

The Dance
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A Singular Life
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Victoria Gemmell lives in Renfrewshire, Scotland. Her debut Young Adult mystery novel Follow Me was published by Strident Publishing Ltd. Victoria also writes contemporary flash fiction and short stories and has been published in a range of journals such as The Bohemyth literary journal, The Grind, and a Words with Jam anthology. Her short story collection, Exposure, was released in 2019.

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Exhibition
The Dillydoun Review

Steve Gerson, an emeritus English professor from a Midwestern community college, writes poetry and flash about life’s dissonance and dynamism. He’s proud to have published in Panoplyzine (winning an Editor’s Choice award), The Hungry Chimera, Toe Good, The Write Launch, Route 7, Duck Lake, Coffin Bell, Poets Reading the News, Crack the Spine, Riza Press, White Wall Review, Variant, Abstract, Montana Mouthful, the Decadent Review, Indolent, Rainbow Poems, Snapdragon, The Underwood Press, Wingless Dreamer, Gemini Ink, and In Parentheses.

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Selves, in Six Haiku
The Dillydoun Review

Played Out
The Dillydoun Review

Dissipate
Panoplyzine

Jennifer Giacalone is the author of last year’s Loud Pipes Save Lives, a motorcycle-themed mystery/political thriller with Carnation Books that reached #1 on Amazon’s LGBT Mystery charts and has been praised for its queer representation and diverse cast of characters. She is also co-author of the forthcoming Gin Fizz at the Outer Rim, a romantic comedy centered around superheroes in rural Georgia. A queer woman and unapologetic social justice warrior, she has received recognition for works that strive to show the world in all its diversity.

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The Widow Chapman
The Dillydoun Review

Anne R. Gibbons grew up in the Deep South in an atypical southern family—they did not drink iced tea. Neither sweet nor unsweet. Adults drank coffee, children drank milk. Anne now lives in Vero Beach, Fla., with her husband, Bill Fitts, and their two cats, Amos and Luna. She still doesn’t drink iced tea.

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Seduction
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Philip Goldberg’s short stories have appeared in both literary and small press publications including trampsetJuntoThrice FictionStraylightfoliate oakBorrowed SolaceThe Chaffin Journal, and Twisted Vine Literary Art Journal. Two more of his stories have been accepted by The Halcyone/Black Mountain Press and by the Evening Street Review. Microfictions have appeared in Blink Ink and Starwheel. Three of his stories have been published in Best of collections and one was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. He is currently workshopping his novel.

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Trained Her Well
The Dillydoun Review

Less than Human
trampset

Forthcoming in print:
“Mother” – Halcyone/Black Mountain Press, (2021)
“Dummy No More” – Evening Street Review, (2021)

Gregory Gonzalez is a graduate from Sierra Nevada University, where he earned a BFA and an MFA in Creative Writing. He studied under Brian Turner, Patricia Smith, Sunil Yapa, and many other wonderful artists. He’s been published in the San Joaquin Review Online and the Hive Avenue Literary Journal. He looks forward to continuing his publication record, and can be reached at his professional email: gregory.g89@outlook.com.

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Sarah Grace Goolden is pursuing her MFA in Creative Writing at American University. She has received a BA in English Education at University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where she served as Opinion Editor for The Carolinian. Sarah Grace wants to become a high school English teacher.

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Dissociation
The Dillydoun Review

Emma Grace is a journalist turned teacher from Scotland. She recently graduated with a Masters in Creative Writing from Goldsmiths. Her work has been published in places such as XRAY Literary Magazine, Maudlin House, Product Magazine, The Inspire Anthology, and Grazia. She can be found tweeting at @emmanya

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Anonymous Source
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Sarah Grace is pursuing her MFA in Creative Writing at American University. She has received a BA in English Education at University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where she served as Opinion Editor for The Carolinian. Sarah Grace wants to become a high school English teacher.

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Dissociation
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Liz Grier is an ambitious writer of all mediums that pertain to art and entertainment. She identifies with the role of a screenwriter, poet, and creative nonfiction writer, but most importantly with one of a storyteller.

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John Grillo is an actor and writer. Best known for appearances in Brideshead Revisited and Blackadder, his plays have been published by Calder and Boyars, his poems have been published in Outposts and The Interpreter’s House, and his stories have been read on BBC Radio Four.

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The Long Moon Calls
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Linda S. Gunther has written five novels: Ten Steps From The Hotel InglaterraEndangered WitnessLost In The WakeFinding Sandy Stonemeyer, and Dream Beach. She grew up in New York City. Linda’s passion for travel and continuous learning fuels her fire to create vivid fictional characters and unforgettable storylines.

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LENINGRAD 1987
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Heather Hall went to Pratt Institute and The Art Institute of Chicago. She publishes in various anthologies and makes video essays for Northwestern.

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How to Make a Pie
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Raymond P. Hammond is the editor-in-chief of both The New York Quarterly and NYQ Books. He holds an MA in American Poetry from NYU’s Gallatin School and is the author of Poetic Amusement, a book of literary criticism. He lives in Beacon, NY with his wife, the poet Amanda J. Bradley, and their dog Hank.

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the believers
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Summer Hammond grew up in rural Iowa, reading and writing alongside the Mississippi River. She skipped a lot of school, traveling with her vagabond family in an RV. The state parks of Florida rooted in her, and became a second home. She home-schooled through high school, and went on to teach 9th grade Reading in Austin, TX, connecting great teens to great books. She is a proud 2019 graduate with her MFA from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, where she currently resides, neighbor and friend to Venus Fly Traps.

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Jeffrey Hampton a is pianist and educator, having went to school for piano performance at Indiana State University. He splits his time performing as well as teaching privately out of his home studio, finding time to write when he can. He currently lives in Vincennes, Indiana, with his wife, Cahtlyn.

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Variations on a Theme by Robert Frost
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I Wish I Was a Poet
The Dillydoun Review

The Role of the Critic
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W. David Hancock is a neurodivergent fiction author and playwright whose theatrical work has radically challenged formal and narrative dramatic conventions. Hancock’s stories have appeared in many journals, including The Massachusetts Review, Hunger Mountain Review, Chicago Quarterly Review, and Menacing Hedge. Among his honors are a Whiting Writers Award, the Hodder Fellowship, and 2 OBIE Awards for playwriting. Hancock’s latest play, Master, was a NY Times Critics’ Pick and received a NY Drama Desk nomination for “unique theatrical experience.” For more information about Hancock’s work, please visit www.wdavidhancock.com.

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Memory Mobile
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Julia Haney is the Editor of Digital Content at Ovia Health and the Editor of Fiction & Poetry at Thalia, a magazine dedicated to celebrating creative writers and visual artists. Her poetry was selected by Mass Poetry to be featured on the Boston T and has appeared in Bamboo Ridge, in video poems by the artist, Morgane Richer La Flèche, and in a recent collection entitled, A Lemon Invitation.

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Gentleness
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John Hansen received a BA in English from the University of Iowa and an MA in English Literature from Oklahoma State University. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Summerset Review, Spillwords Press, Trouvaille Review, 50-Word Stories, One Sentence Poems, Schuylkill Valley Journal, Eunoia Review, Amethyst Review, Drunk Monkeys, and elsewhere. He is English Faculty at Mohave Community College in Arizona. Read more at johnphansen.com.

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My Korean Mother
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Jeff Harvey lives in San Diego. His fiction has recently appeared in MoonPark Review and Potato Soup Journal. Find him on Twitter @JeffHarveySD.

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Senior Year
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Michelle Hasty is new to fiction writing. She has taken fiction and poetry writing courses and most recently worked with middle grades author and writing coach Hayley Chewins. A former high school English teacher, she currently teaches graduate education courses at a small university in Nashville, TN, where she lives with her husband and sons.

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Prone to Wander
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Susannah Heffernan is an emerging writer of literary speculative fiction. Her short stories pose questions of identity, alienation, and alternative realities. She has performed her work at London’s Southbank Centre as part of the 2016 Festival of Love, QueerCircle at Limewharf, and at the Albany Theatre’s Hothouse salon. Susannah lives in Deptford and is working on her first novel – an ‘underworld quest’ narrative, influenced by Dante and TS Eliot. If she had a time machine, she would jump in and visit Philip K Dick and Virginia Woolf.

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Moon Has Lost Her Memory
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Megan D. Henson received her MFA in Creative Writing from University of Kentucky. She is the author of two books by Dos Madres Press: What Pain Does (2018) and Little Girl Gray: Sestinas (forthcoming this winter). She lives in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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Faking It
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Esther Herdman lives in the Virginia mountains with her husband and two children. She holds an MFA from Sarah Lawrence College, and her previous work can be found in No Tokens literary journal. She is currently working on a novel.

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A Good Eye
The Dillydoun Review

Joshua Hill is a writer, cartoonist, and poet from Colorado.

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The Pond
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Pedro Hoffmeister‘s poems have recently appeared in Open: Journal Of Arts & Letters and Writers Resist. His novels have earned starred reviews from Kirkus, Booklist, Publishers Weekly, and Library Journal, and Best Books of 2016 from The American Library Association. Hoffmeister was the writer-in-residence of Joshua Tree National Park in the spring of 2015, writing poems in both English and Spanish, and he tells stories on the Boring Is A Swear Word podcast.

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The Library at Alexandria
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Joan Hofmann is Professor Emerita at the University of Saint Joseph, serves on the Executive Board of Riverwood Poetry and was the first Poet Laureate of Canton, CT. Her poems have been or are forthcoming in various anthologies and journals, including Guilford Poetry Guild Anthology, Forgotten Women, Waking Up to the Earth, Concho River Review, The Tiger Moth Review, Buddhist Poetry Review, The Wayfarer, Rumble Fish Quarterly, Juniper, Bird’s Thumb, Spaces, Englyn, SLANT, Plainsongs, Vita Brevis, Plum Tree Tavern, Caduceus, and Freshwater, and in three chapbooks: Coming Back (2014), Alive (2017) and Alive, Too (2019). A retired educator, she is a lover of the natural world, and frequent traveler, (pre/post-pandemic) when not walking or hiking near her home on the Farmington River.

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In the Time of Pandemic
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Jim Hohenbary lives in Manhattan, KS where he currently serves as the Associate Director of the University Honors Program for Kansas State University. He has previously published work in The Molotov Cocktail and in Phi Kappa Phi Forum; and his debut novel, Before the Ruins, was published in late 2019 by Blueberry Lane Books.

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What Haunts You About That House
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Leanne Holtzner is an undiscovered writer living in Annapolis, MD, where she writes underneath a smudged bay window, flanked by two cats, her hands warmed by a cup of strong tea. She is currently pursuing an English degree at the University of Maryland.

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The Funeral
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Talbot Hook is an educator and nascent writer living in Des Moines, Iowa.

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The Night of the Sparrow
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Peter Hoppock has published numerous short stories and articles, including the novella Land of the Free, which appeared in the March and April issues of The Write Launch in 2018. He self-identifies as a “re-writer” more than a “writer,” since that is how he spends the majority of his time. Other publications include ‘Missing Person” (Curbside Splendor, #4, Fall 2012), ‘Terrible Blue’ (Adelaide Literary Magazine, 2018), and many more. Most recently “What To Keep,” (also The Write Launch, October 2020.

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Let the Dog Bark
The Dillydoun Review

Jenevieve Carlyn Hughes lives near the coastal coves & salt marshes of Long Island Sound, and she explores the environmental humanities through her writing. Her work has appeared in Typishly, the Connecticut River Review, Reliving History Magazine, Northern New England Review, Autumn Sky Poetry, Braided Way Magazine, Rue Scribe, Caria, Trouvaille Review, Amethyst Review, and elsewhere. She teaches humanities for Southern New Hampshire University’s global campus.