Loss / Fiction Anthology: photo of Lake Baikal, blue-grey light and 2 figures in rowboat
  ABOUT THE AUTHORS  
  Contents  |  echapbook.com Wordrunner e-chapbooks | September 2011  
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Cezarija Abartis
Cezarija Abartis’ Nice Girls and Other Stories was published by New Rivers Press. Her stories have appeared in Wigleaf, Waccamaw, Story Quarterly, and New York Tyrant, among others. Recently she completed a novel, a thriller. She teaches at St. Cloud State University.

T.M. De Vos
T.M. De Vos is co-editor-in-chief of Gloom Cupboard, an online literary and arts magazine, and assistant fiction editor of Many Mountains Moving, a print journal dedicated to diverse authorship. Her work has appeared most recently, or is forthcoming, in Quiddity, Hawaii Pacific Review, Painted Bride Quarterly, Tidal Basin Review, Prime Number Magazine, Caper Journal, Pedestal, HOBART, Dossier Journal, Bosphorus Art Project Quarterly, Sakura Review, and the Los Angeles Review. She has earned an MFA from New York University and a Hopwood Award from the University of Michigan. Her chapbook, The Dimestore World, is forthcoming in Fall 2011 from Patasola Press.

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Stefanie Freele
Stefanie Freele is the author of the short story collection Feeding Strays (Lost Horse Press), a finalist in the John Gardner Binghamton University Fiction Award and the Book of the Year Award. She recently won the Glimmer Train Fiction Open. Her published and forthcoming fiction can be found in Glimmer Train, Sou'wester, The Florida Review, American Literary Review, Night Train, Whitefish Review, Necessary Fiction, Pank, and Word Riot. Stefanie is the Fiction Editor of the Los Angeles Review. Stefanie's second collection, Surrounded by Water, will be published by Press 53 in 2012.

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Barry Friesen
Barry Friesen is a former psychotherapist and lawyer, published in Every Day Fiction, FlashQuake, New Plains Review, Sniplits and The Toronto Quarterly.

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Jessica Erica Hahn
Jessica Erica Hahn is an MFA student at San Francisco State University, who has self-published several books, something she's both proud and slightly ashamed of. A story was recently published in Ontologica: A Journal of Art and Thought. She will read a paper about hobos and mythology at the November 2011 PAMLA conference.

Carol Reid
Carol Reid's stories have appeared most recently in Mosaic (University of California-Riverside), Quay, Matrix (Montreal), echolocation, and Blue Crow. Her interviews with writers and artists can be found at Emprise Review.

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Sabra Sanjani
Sabra Sanjani, formerly of the IDF in Israel, now lives on a working ranch in Colorado. She was in the Oketz Unit for two years, where soldiers are teamed with dogs they train themselves, and then serve with, in neutralizing security threats, locating explosives, and tracking terrorists.

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Anca Vlasopolos
Anca Vlasopolos published the award-winning novel The New Bedford Samurai, the award-winning memoir No Return Address: A Memoir of Displacement, a collection of poems, Penguins in a Warming World, three poetry chapbooks, a detective novel, Missing Members, and over two hundred poems and short stories. She was nominated for the Pulitzer for The New Bedford Samurai and was nominated several times for the Pushcart Award in poetry and fiction. She is associate editor of Corridors Magazine.

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