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Ayla Samli

Ayla Samli studied British and American literature as an undergraduate but later turned her sights toward living people. Earning a Ph.D. in Cultural Anthropology and an MFA in Creative Writing, she teaches and writes in North Carolina.

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Altered
The Dillydoun Review

Linds Sanders

Linds Sanders habits in saying “yes” to things that scare her. She yessed herself into whitewater kayaking, working with preteens, and saving house spiders. She’s not frightened by teaching art classes, serving on boards of directors, or living in a 60-square-foot van with her husband. She repurposed her BA in Journalism into an equally underpaying pursuit in poetry and art.

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Your Breath on my Arm
The Dillydoun Review

Judy Schneier

Judy Schneier is a writer and psychotherapist living and working in Brooklyn. Judy has read extensively at Brooklyn Poets and Sweet Action Poetry Collective. Judy has two sons and a dog.

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Biyalis and Salsa
The Dillydoun Review

Steven Schroeder

Steven Schroeder is a 30-year-old salesman living in Boston. He uses the air fryer for everything, wears a facemask, and has a blog of additional writing at Lay Low Magazine.

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Alumni
The Dillydoun Review

Oliver C. Seneca

Oliver C. Seneca was born and raised in the suburbs of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. His first foray into storytelling came in high school when he was accepted to the Capital Area School for the Arts where he focused on filmmaking. Oliver is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University and, in addition to writing, he works in his family’s law practice.

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From a Wish
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Wendy Shaia

For the past 30 years, Wendy Shaia has worked in social service and government organizations. She is currently a faculty member at the University of Maryland School of Social Work, and the Executive Director of the Social Work Community Outreach Service, a community-facing agency working across Baltimore and Maryland to reduce the effects of poverty and structural oppression in communities. Wendy writes and teaches extensively on the topic of racism and developed the SHARP framework for providing services to people who have experienced poverty and oppression. “Waiting for Something” is her first work of fiction.

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Waiting for Something
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Sheree Shatsky

Sheree Shatsky writes wild words. Her work has appeared in a variety of journals, most recently BLACKCACKLE at Entropy, Tiny Molecules, The Wild Hunt, and Ellipsis Zine with work forthcoming at Ghost Parachute. She is twice-nominated for Best Microfiction 2020. Read more of her work at shereeshatsky.com . Find her on Twitter @talktomememe.

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Hot Off the Press
The Dillydoun Review

John Sheirer

John Sheirer (pronounced “shy-er”) lives in Northampton, Massachusetts, with his wonderful wife Betsy and happy dog Libby. He has taught writing and communications for 27 years at Asnuntuck Community College in Enfield, Connecticut, where he also serves as editor and faculty advisor for Freshwater Literary Journal (submissions welcome). His books include memoir, fiction, poetry, essays, political satire, and photography. His most recent book is Fever Cabin, a fictionalized journal of a man isolating himself during the current pandemic. (All proceeds from this book benefit pandemic-related charities.) Find him at JohnSheirer.com.

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Conversations Like This
The Dillydoun Review

Hayden Sidun

Hayden Sidun is a high school student and an author of short fiction. Outside of school and work, he is involved in local politics and enjoys writing stories and listening to country music in the early hours of the morning. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, of which he is a proud native.

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Journey Homebound
The Dillydoun Review

d w Stojek

d w Stojek is a poet, photographer and general nuisance to those within earshot. He is eagerly awaiting the day when ‘Build-a-Bear’ re-opens as a series of genetic labs that will enliven the blighted strip malls of Suburbia.

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l’homme sans odeur
The Dillydoun Review

Vijaya Sundaram

Vijaya Sundaram is a Massachusetts-based poet, song-writer, singer, and teacher of East Indian origin. Vijaya’s work has been published in publications like The Rising Phoenix Press and the Stardust Review, among others. Poetry, music, reading, teaching at the local community college, and talking long walks in the Fells, are some the things she loves to do. In these perilous times, poetry, music, and nature are restorative to the spirit, but she also loves the theatre, and miss seeing her actor friends. When life is hard, it’s the arts that sustain us (apart from family, food, and shelter).

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Old Year
The Dillydoun Review

Alan Swyer

Alan Swyer is an award-winning filmmaker whose recent documentaries have dealt with Eastern spirituality in the Western world, the criminal justice system, diabetes, boxing, and singer Billy Vera. In the realm of music, among his productions is an album of Ray Charles love songs. His novel The Beard was recently published by Harvard Square Editions. @AlSwyer

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La Jolla
The Dillydoun Review

Leslie Tate

Leslie Tate is a non-binary author and poet with six published novels who studied writing with the University of East Anglia. Leslie interviews creative and community-involved people every week on his website Leslie Tate.

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Una Corda
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