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Dave Patton

     Thirty years in the Fire service, and was also a union official, which involved writing letters, pamphlets. Travel all over the UK and abroad and took to writing short stories while travelling, waiting, travelling and more waiting.
     Was chatting to an old friend who introduced me to the good people over at the Rum Shack in Glasgow where they did a monthly performance…plays, monologues etc. and after having a few of my pieces performed and meeting up online with the amazing Vivian Lermond, she prodded, cajoled, and bullied me into sending stuff off to various other venues.
     And so, now I’m here, in Michigan writing short plays and monologues mostly.

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George Perreault

George Perreault has published four books, including Bodark County, a collection of poems in the voices of characters living on the Llano Estacado in West Texas. Information is available at www.georgeperreault.com.

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Diana Raab

Diana Raab, MFA, PhD, is a poet, memoirist, blogger, speaker, and award-winning author of thirteen books of poetry and nonfiction. Her writings have been published and anthologized world-wide. She blogs for Psychology Today, The Wisdom Daily and Thrive Global and is a guest blogger for many others. She frequently speaks on writing for healing and transformation based on her book Writing for Bliss: A Seven-Step Program for Telling Your Story and Transforming Your Life. Her latest poetry collection is An Imaginary Affair: Poems Whispered to Neruda. Visit her at: dianaraab.com.

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Niles Reddick

Niles Reddick is author of a novel, two collections, and a novella. His work has been featured in over four-hundred-fifty publications including The Saturday Evening Post, PIF, BlazeVox, New Reader Magazine, Citron Review, and The Boston Literary Magazine. He works for the University of Memphis in Tennessee.


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Nick Romeo

When Nick Romeo is not at his nine-to-five occupation which is strongly situated in the STEM fields, he utilizes technology to create his art—whether it is generated in a digital form on the computer or when he is assembling recycled “spent” technology into a sculpture. His main forms of expression are 3D digital renderings, electronic music, writing, fractal generations, sculpture, and photography.


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