Amy Gigi Alexander

Amy Gigi Alexander writes memoir, fiction, and tales about place. She has been published in World Hum, AlterNet, Traveler’s Tales, and various literary journals. She will be in Lonely Planet’s upcoming literary anthology, An Innocent Abroad. She writes at amygigialexander.com

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Paul Wells

Paul Wells is an amateur photographer from England.  He writes, “My first camera was a film camera a Pentax ME Super which I got as a 16 year old boy in 1976 and not long after that I had my own darkroom and realized I had a passion for photography but only worked in monochrome […]

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Mike Hazard

Filmmaker, photographer and poet, Mike Hazard loves to see things.Artist-in-residence at The Center for International Education, five of hisdocumentaries have enjoyed a national release on PBS. For more, visit hiswebsite, <www.thecie.org>.

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Jim Lou

Jim Lou is a software engineer who studied digital image processing in college.  He writes, “As spring transitions to summer each year, you can find brothers and sisters of storm chasing from the College of Dupage in the plain states, where northern cold dry air collides with warm moist air from the gulf.  I share […]

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Jill Talbot

Jill Talbot is the author of Loaded: Women and Addiction (Seal Press, 2007), the co-editor of The Art of Friction: Where (Non) Fictions Come Together (University of Texas, 2008), and the editor of Metawritings: Toward a Theory of Nonfiction (University of Iowa, 2012). Her work has appeared in journals such as Brevity, DIAGRAM, Ecotone, The […]

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Robin Chapman

Robin Chapman’s most recent collections are the art portfolio Dappled Things (Paris: Revue K, 2013), a collaboration with Peter Miller’s photogravures; and One Hundred White Pelicans (Tebot Bach, 2013), poems of climate change.

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Frannie Lindsay

Red Hen Press released Frannie Lindsay’s fourth volume, Our Vanishing, earlier this spring as the 2012 recipient of the Benjamin Saltman Award.  Her first three books are Mayweed (Washington Prize, Word Works 2009); Lamb (Perugia Award, Perugia 2006); and Where She Always Was (May Swenson Award, Utah State University 2004). She is a past recipient of […]

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