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Domel, Tommasina
Tommasina Domel is, among other things, a writer living near Chicago.
Donohue, Robert E
I was published in Dual Coast Magazine.
Dorroh, John
I was published in Dual Coast Magazine.
Du, Katherine
I was published in Dual Coast Magazine.
Kirk Eckstine live in Minnesota and works as a state employee. He is an amateur film-maker, photographer and an enthusiastic writer and enjoys expanding his knowledge and skills in artistic endeavors whenever possible.
Eden Long, Katelyn
Katelyn Eden Long recently graduated with her M.F.A. in Creative Writing at the University of Central Oklahoma in May 2016. She graduated with a B.A. in English with emphasis in Creative Writing from Westminster College in 2013. Her academic interests include narrative medicine, women's studies, American Indian literature, and contemporary poetry. Her works have been published or are forthcoming in Dual Coast Magazine, Janus, Poetry Quarterly, Peeking Cat Poetry, and Blood and Thunder: Musings on the Art of Medicine. Katelyn was also the first-place poetry winner for the Page One Literary Arts Gallery at the Scissortail Creative Writing Festival in 2013.
Elson, Mike
I was published in Dual Coast Magazine.
Elson, Thomas
Thomas Elson’s short stories, poetry, and flash fiction have been published in the United States, Ireland, Canada, England, Wales, Portugal, France, India, South Africa, and Nigeria and in the Pennsylvania Literary Journal, Lunaris Journal, The New Ulster, The Lampeter, The Bombay Review, Blood & Bourbon, and Adelaide Literary Magazine.
Emery, Emily
I was published in Dual Coast Magazine.
Erickson, Patrick
I was published in Dual Coast Magazine.
Eustice, Isaac
I was published in Dual Coast Magazine.
Evans, Luke
Luke Evans is a serious writer, but serious about little else. He lives in Colorado with his wife and family, but not in the mountains. Not yet. He has poetry found in The Pedestal, Contrary, Delmarva Review, Autumn Sky Poetry, Poetry Quarterly, Etchings, and many more! Stories can be found on Amazon, and have been published in TQR, The Externalist, and Gryphonwood, as well as others. His new novel will, with luck, be available soon. Find him at - http://lukevans.wixsite.com/lukevans-writer - and leave a comment!
Fahey, Mary Crane
Mary Crane Fahey holds an AB and MAT in English from Regis College and Fitchburg State University. Retiring after thirty-years in education, she is enjoying the challenge writing poetry brings. In addition to inclusion in Dual Coast Magazine, she has been published in Three Line Poetry, Tanka Journal, and Poets' Touchstone.
Farrar, Blaze
When not writing, Blaze Farrar spends her free time hiking in cemeteries and under redwoods in the Bay Area, psychoanalyzing her anxious dog Betty, and consuming a cold glass of Pliny the Elder with her husband Michael on Friday afternoons. She works at the University of California and was published in Dual Coast Magazine.
Fee, Arvilla
With an active-duty military husband and four children, I’ve often let my personal writing sit in the background as I have navigated the waters of parenthood, multiple moves, teaching jobs and my education. But regardless of where I have lived or at which school I have taught, writing has remained a constant staple in my life. I’ve been married for 17 years, have taught English and Composition at both high school and college levels for 17 years, and I have a Bachelor’s of Education, a Master’s of Education and a Master’s of Liberal Arts English. I’ve been published in several college magazines, as well as other small publications. rn

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