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Ferrini, Jonathan
I was published in Dual Coast Magazine.
Fiedler, Anjuli
Anjuli Fiedler is a writer, lawyer, and dancer who traded the harsh climate of Philadelphia, PA for the foggy but more temperate conditions of San Francisco, CA. She was most recently published in the Spring 2018 issue of Poetry Quarterly and the Fall/Winter 2018 issue of Brine Literary Magazine.
Flaherty, Patricia
I love writing and reading about complex female characters. I am the author of "Trail Ways Pilgrims: Stories" and the writer of award winning literary and crime short stories such as "Bargaining" and "Blood-red Geraniums." My flash fiction has been published in myriad journals. I edited "Up, Do: Flash Fiction by Women Writers." I teach Introduction to Writing Flash Fiction at Writespace in Houston. Learn more about me at www.patriciaflahertypagan.com. Follow me on Twitter @PFwriteright.
Fogg, C Davis
I was published in Dual Coast Magazine.
Forman, Miranda
Miranda lives in Atlanta where she teaches English, trains for marathons, and hikes with her husband and dog. Her superpower is that she looks good in all hats. For more musings, check out http://mirandaforman.wordpress.com.
Fox, Richard
Freek, George
I was published in Dual Coast Magazine.
Gaboury, Keith Mark
Keith Mark Gaboury earned a M.F.A. in creative writing from Emerson College. His poems have appeared in such literary publications as Poetry Quarterly, New Millennium Writings, and Eclectica. Keith is a poet, preschool teacher, and runner in Oakland, California. Learn more at www.keithmgaboury.com.
Gall, Karin
I was published in Dual Coast Magazine.
Gardiner, Tim
I was published in Dual Coast Magazine.
Gauthier, Edward
I was published in Dual Coast Magazine.
Geduld, Carolyn
I was published in Dual Coast Magazine.
Genna, Jamey
I was published in Dual Coast Magazine.
Gill, Clive
Being born in Zimbabwe set the stage for global experiential travel in Africa, Europe and North America. Visiting places and meeting people who tell their passionate and relevant stories is the source of inspiration in my writing.rnWhile attending both Los Angeles City College and the University of California, professors recognized the spark and spirit of my storytelling. As a result of their encouragement, I made a lifetime commitment to the craft of writing and have published numerous stories. rn
Gillette, Diane
I was published in Dual Coast Magazine.




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