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Meet Episode 91 Contributor Paul Rousseau

Paul is making his third appearance on the show with this piece, having previously been with us on Episode 67 and Episode 78.

Paul is a physician/writer, more writer than physician, previous No Extra Words contributor, as well as published pieces in various and sundry medical journals and a smattering of literary journals.

Happy listening,

Kris

 

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Meet Episode 91 Contributor T.E. Cowell

T.E. becomes our second five-time contributor with this piece. It’s always a delight to share his voice on the show.

T. E. Cowell lives in Washington state. His fiction’s been published here and there. This particular story originally appeared in Across the Margin.

Happy listening,

Kris

Meet Episode 89 Contributor Jeff Bakkensen

Jeff was previously with us on Episode 30, the dystopian episode, and it is a delight to welcome him back to the show.

Jeff Bakkensen lives in Boston. Recent fiction has appeared in The Lullwater Review, Oblong Magazine, Smokelong Quarterly, and The Antigonish Review.

Happy listening,

Kris

Meet Episode 88 Contributor Joan MacIntosh

Joan MacIntosh was previously with us back on Episode 57 and shared with us her writing space on Episode 77. We are pleased to welcome Joan back to the show.

Joan MacIntosh lives in St. John’s, NL, and writes poetry and prose. Her work has been previously published on No Extra Words as well as in Leafpress, TickleAce and others.

Happy listening,

Kris

Meet Episode 88 Contributor Mary J. Breen

Mary is making her second appearance on the show, having been with us on Episode 83 back in June.

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Mary J. Breen is the author of two books about women’s health. Her fiction and nonfiction have appeared in national newspapers, essay collections, travel magazines, health journals, and literary magazines including Brick, The Christian Science Monitor, The National Post, and The New Quarterly. She was a regular contributor to The Toast. She lives in Peterborough Ontario Canada where, among other things, she teaches writing.

Happy listening,

Kris

 

Meet Episode 86 Contributor Adam Kluger

Adam was with us previously on Episode 33 and Episode 51.

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Adam Kluger is a writer, artist and brand expert. His PR Agency, Adam Kluger Public Relations, LLC  has consistently been rated one of New York’s best PR Firms over the past decade. Kluger’s background as a respected Entertainment journalist (CNN, FOX, MSNBC & E! News) has led him to work with artists from Britney Spears, Madonna and Bruce Springsteen, and countless other celebrities, to the top Hollywood Studios and Television Networks. Kluger’s expertise in PR/branding has made him an oft-quoted media expert. Adam Kluger’s motto is “Excellence, Creativity & Integrity.” He’s shown in the picture with his publicists.

Happy listening,

Kris

Meet Episode 86 Contributor Jim Szabo

If you haven’t heard my conversation with Jim on Special #14, go have a listen. In this piece, he takes microfiction to its limits…can’t wait for you to hear.

Jim Szabo is a software engineer by day and producer of the Second Hand Stories fiction podcast by night. On Second Hand Stories, Jim and contributors narrate short stories between 2,000 and 5,000 words. Currently, his writing abilities are maxed out in the six-word-story format but he’s trying to improve. Jim prefers editing other people’s stories to writing his own because he finds that it’s much easier. You can find Second Hand Stories at secondhandpodcast.com or wherever you listen to podcasts.

Happy listening,

Kris

Meet Episode 86 Contributor T. E. Cowell

All of our contributors this episode are old friends of the show. T. E. Cowell was with us previously on Episode 61, Episode 79, and Episode 81. He has a fifth piece forthcoming with us this fall.

T. E. Cowell lives in Washington state. His fiction’s been published here and there. This particular story originally appeared in Across the Margin.

Happy listening,

Kris

Meet Episode 86 Contributor Tina Tocco

Tina was our first ever repeat contributor to the show, so it seems only appropriate that she become our first (but not last) five-time contributor. She was previously with us on Episode 19, Episode 23, Episode 65, and Episode 68. All her previous contributions have fallen into the microfiction category, so this episode’s story, which topped 1,000 words, may be longer than all of those put together. I always thoroughly enjoy featuring Tina’s voice on 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.

Happy listening,

Kris

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