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Meet Episode 100 Contributor Marlene Woods

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Marlene Woods is the author of all the content at www.themarlenecollection.com, which is poetry dedicated to family. She also writes romantic and personal poetry at www.iloveyougram.com. A collection of poetry called Not Love will be published this year.

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Kris

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Meet Episode 99 Contributor Rebekah Nemethy

Rebekah is a storytelling artist. She creates with the written word, with her camera, with her voice, and, occasionally, with her own two hands. She’s passionate about animal advocacy, and so any income that comes from her art also benefits her favorite animal-loving organizations. Visit her website, rebekahnemethy.com, to find more stories.

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Kris

Meet Episode 99 Contributor Linda Bonney

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Storyteller, Vision Big Specialist, Coach and Entrepreneur Linda is a multi passionate juggling all aspects of her life with two young boys by her side. You can find more at www.lindabonn.com

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Kris

Meet Episode 99 Contributor Mary O’Keefe Brady

Mary O’Keefe Brady is the author of Time Out (Finishing Line Press, 2015). Her work has appeared in The Westchester Review, Peregrine Journal, Rising Phoenix, and elsewhere. She lives in New York’s lower Hudson valley and visits Charleston often enough to be a member of the Poetry Society of South Carolina.

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Kris

Meet Episode 99 Contributor Tina Tocco

Tina debuted with us on Episode 19 back in October 2015. I am delighted to have Tina making her sixth appearance on our final flash fiction episode. If you enjoy Tina’s work, I hope you’ll have a listen to all of her past contributions to the show:

Tina Tocco’s flash fiction has appeared in Roanoke Review, Potomac Review, River Styx, Crab Creek Review, Harpur Palate, Passages North, Portland Review, Italian Americana, and other journals. Her work for young readers can be found in various magazines, including Highlights, Cricket, Spider, Humpty Dumpty, and Turtle Magazine for Preschool Kids. Tina was a finalist in CALYX’s Flash Fiction Contest (2013), the 3rd Place Winner in The Southampton Review’s Short, Short Fiction Contest (2015), and an honorable mention in the River Styx Schlafly Beer Micro-Brew Micro-Fiction Contest (2015). Her interview on flash and the craft of writing, “No Wasted Words,” appears in Roanoke Review. Tina earned her MFA in creative writing from Manhattanville College, where she was editor-in-chief of Inkwell.

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Kris

Meet Episode 98 Contributor Brittany Bronson

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Brittany Bronson lives in Las Vegas, Nevada. Her work has appeared in Paper Darts, Juked, F(r)iction, Cosmonauts Avenue and other publications. Her nonfiction appears regularly in The New York Times, where she contributes as an op-ed writer. In 2016, the Nevada Arts Council awarded her a literary fellowship in creative nonfiction. Follow her on Twitter.

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Kris

Meet Episode 98 Contributor Anna Kander

Anna Kander is a Pushcart Prize-nominated author in the Midwest. Her first poetry collection is SLIDE A MIRROR TO ME (Transcendent Zero, 2017). Her contemporary poetry and fiction have appeared in Gravel, Gone Lawn, Train, and other magazines. Find Anna–and photos of her quizzical lizard–at http://annakander.com.

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Kris

Meet Episode 94 Contributor Francis DiClemente

Francis is making his third contribution to the show, having been with us previously on Episode 39 and Special Episode #5, the first baseball episode.

Francis DiClemente is the author of four poetry collections, most recently Sidewalk Stories (Kelsay Books, 2017). He lives in Syracuse, New York, and his blog can be found at https://francisdiclemente.wordpress.com/.

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Kris

Meet Episode 94 Contributor A. Elizabeth Herting

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A. Elizabeth Herting is an aspiring freelance writer and busy mother of three living in colorful Colorado. She has had short stories featured in Bewildering Stories, Cafe Aphra, Dark Fire Fiction, Edify Fiction, Every Day Fiction, Fictive Dream, 50-Word Stories, Friday Fiction, Literally Stories, New Realm, Peacock Journal, Pilcrow&Dagger, Quail Bell Magazine, Speculative 66, Storyteller, The Flash Fiction Press and Under the Bed. She has also published non-fiction work in Denver Pieces Magazine and bioStories, and completed a novel called Wet Birds Don’t Fly at Night. More at: sites.google.com/site/aehertingwriter, www.facebook.com/AElizabethHerting or @AmyHerting

Happy listening,

Kris

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