Connie Myslik-McFadden is a Jungian psychotherapist and writer in Bozeman, Montana. After graduating from St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing in New York, she worked for a short time ... Read full author bio >
"Sensitive, well balanced, and psychologically acute, with an appealing animal communication motif."
Yorker Keith lives in Manhattan, New York City. He loves literature, theatre, classical music, opera, and art. He holds an MFA in creative writing from The New School. His literary ... Read full author bio >
Doug Magee is a writer, photographer and filmmaker, living in New York City's East Harlem. His non-fiction books include Slow Coming Dark: Interviews on Death Row, and What Murder ... Read full author bio >
"Magee has an ear for political satire—besides the clever contemporary parallels, the writing is buoyant and genuinely funny."
W. E. Burnette grew up in Bee Tree, North Carolina, and currently lives in Boulder Creek, California. He has been a soldier, a college English teacher, and a marketing writer ... Read full author bio >
"Strong characterizations and realistic relationships help make this shark tale a satisfying, accomplished read."
Growing up in an artistic and intellectual home in NYC as the son of a theatre director/spiritual healer and a
psychoanalyst/sculptor, Michael lived and breathed a connection between ... Read full author bio >
"Readers won’t be able to help but feel the contagious energy of these images and words."
Born in Accra, Ghana, Benjamin Kwakye attended the Presbyterian Secondary School in Ghana, and Dartmouth College and Harvard Law School in the US.
He has been described by one of ... Read full author bio >
"A darkly humorous modern take on the fleeting triumph of money, corruption, deceit, and evil"
Michael Gerhard Martin grew up in central Pennsylvania, and lived in Pittsburgh for over a decade. He holds an MFA in fiction from the University of Pittsburgh and teaches writing ... Read full author bio >
"...these stories achieve the far-too-uncommon accomplishment of realistically and lovingly depicting everyday people as they stumble and try to break free of their bonds."
Gene Ferraro writes and produces presentations and events for businesses and organizations. He has also worked in documentary film, and, earlier in his career, taught motion picture production at Stephens ... Read full author bio >
"Ferraro's lean and expertly plotted debut novel tells the story of several people - families as well as priests - caught in a tangle of violence and corruption that stretches from Massachusetts to the Vatican."
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