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Updated April 6, 2014
   
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H. L. NELSON is head of Cease, Cows and a former sidewalk mannequin. (Yes, that happened.) Pub credits: PANK, Hobart, Connotation Press, Metazen, Drunk Monkeys, Red Fez, Bartleby Snopes, etc. She’s working on an anthology, including stories by Bender, Gay, Hunter, and other fierce women writers. H.L.’s MFA is kicking her ass. Find her online at hlnelson.com
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B.Z. NIDITCH is a poet, playwright, fiction writer and teacher. His work is widely published in journals and magazines throughout the world, including Columbia: A Magazine of Poetry and Art; The Literary Review; Denver Quarterly; Hawaii Review; Le Guepard (France); Kadmos (France); Prism International; Jejune (Czech Republic); Leopold Bloom (Budapest); Antioch Review; and Prairie Schooner, among others. He lives in Brookline, Massachusetts.
• • • Appears in: Thrice Fiction #9

   
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JILL OWEN has recently relocated from London to Warwick, where she lives with her family in the shadow of the castle, and works as an accountant. She has always dreamt of writing, but has only lately started to put pen to paper. She is currently working on her third piece of short fiction.
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ROBYN PARNELL’s fiction has appeared in over ninety books, anthologies, magazines and journals, most of which have not yet filed for Chapter 11 protection. Published works include her short story collection, This Here and Now, and My Closet Threw a Party, a children’s picture book. Coming attractions include stories in Stoneslide Corrective, the Joy: Interrupted anthology, and her first juvenile novel, The Mighty Quinn (Scarletta Press , 2013). Current projects include finding publishers for an adult novel and her second short fiction collection and note-taking/”world-making” for second adult and juvenile novels. While not working on innumerable fiction projects Parnell annoys PETA members by campaigning for the extinction of the spineless weasel.
• • • Appears in: Thrice Fiction #6

   
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BRANDON PATTERSON’s recent fiction has appeared in Confrontation, Prime Number, Knee-Jerk, and The Evansville Review. He’s a fellow at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and a graduate of the Hollins University MFA program in Creative Writing. In addition to short stories, he also writes about American gridiron football at secondlevelfootball.com and about sport-conditioning science and practice for several websites.
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A lawyer by background, GARY V. POWELL currently devotes most of his time to writing fiction and wrangling a 12-year old son. His stories have appeared at Pithead Chapel, Newport Review, Fiction Southeast, Prime Number, Carvezine, and other online and print publications. In addition, several of his stories have placed or been selected as finalists in national contests. Most recently, his story Super Nova received an Honorable Mention in the Press 53 2012 Awards Contest. His first novel, Lucky Bastard, released in December 2012 is available through Main Street Rag Press at http://www.mainstreetrag.com/GPowell.html.
• • • Appears in: Thrice Fiction #8

   
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DARRYL PRICE was born in Kentucky and educated at Thomas More College. A founding member of L. Jack Roth’s Yellow Pages Poets, he has published dozens of chapbooks, and his poems have appeared in many journals. Darryl can be found online via his page at Fictionaut.
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MISTI RAINWATER-LITES is the author of several poetry collections and two novels. Misti’s second novel, Bullshit Rodeo, is available at smashwords, lulu and amazon. Misti’s YouTube channel is Xmas All Year Long (youtube.com/user/roxixmas).
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AHIMAAZ RAJESH lives in India, works for bread, writes to breathe, has work upcoming in Apocrypha and Abstractions. His blog can be found at minimalust.wordpress.com.
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CHARLES RAMMELKAMP lives in Baltimore. His latest book, Fusen Bakudan (“Balloon Bombs” in Japanese), was published in 2012 by Time Being Books. It’s a collection of monologues involving missionaries in a leper colony in Vietnam during the war. Charles edits an online literary journal called The Potomac. His collection of short fiction, Castleman in the Academy (March St. Press) deals with a reluctant professor at a community college. Find him on Facebook.
• • • Apears in: Thrice Fiction #10

   
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JP REESE has poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, book reviews, and writer interviews published or forthcoming in many online and print journals such as Metazen, Blue Fifth Review, A Baker’s Dozen, JMWW, and The Pinch. Reese is an Associate Poetry Editor for Connotation Press: An Online Artifact, (ConnotationPress.com), and an editor for Scissors and Spackle (ScissorsAndSpackle.com). Cervena Barva Press has scheduled Reese’s second poetry chapbook, Dead Letters, for publication in 2013. Her published work can be read at Entropy: A Measure of Uncertainty (JPReeseToo.wordpress.com).
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JOHN RILEY lives in Greensboro, North Carolina, where he works in educational publishing. His fiction and poetry has appeared in Fiction Daily, Smokelong Quarterly, Connotation Press, Blue Five Notebook, Willows Wept Review, The Dead Mule, and other places online and in print. He is an assistant fiction editor at Ablemuse.
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BRANDON ROGERS is a technical writer by trade, primarily in the field of education, where he has written/edited seven books on topics ranging from financial aid to college admissions. His fictional works have appeared in McSweeney’s, The Dead Mule and the Portland Mercury.
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RENA ROSSNER is a graduate of the Writing Seminars program at The Johns Hopkins University, Trinity College Dublin and McGill University. She works as a Foreign Rights and Literary Agent at The Deborah Harris Agency in Jerusalem, Israel. Her poetry and short fiction has been published or is forthcoming from The Dr. T.J. Eckleburg Review, Poetica Magazine, MiPoesias, Ascent Aspirations, The 22 Magazine, Fade Poetry Journal, Exterminating Angel Press, Full of Crow and The Prague Revue, among others. Her cookbook Eating the Bible is forthcoming from Skyhorse Publishing. Her first novel is out on submission.
• • • Appears in: Thrice Fiction #9

   
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MONIQUE ROUSSEL is a producer, writer, and sometime radio talk-show panelist on SiriusXM and WBAI 99.5 fm. She holds an MA in creative writing, poetics and English literature from New York University. Her work has appeared in World Literature Today, Empirical Magazine, Conclave Literary Journal, The Tulane Review, and the Labletter Annual Journal of Art and Literature, among others. She also has work upcoming in Like a Fat Gold Watch, an anthology celebrating the work of Sylvia Plath. She is the winner of the Conclave Literary Journal Award for Poetry 2010.
• • • Appears in: Thrice Fiction #7

   
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NICK SANSONE holds an MFA in Fiction from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst and is the author of the novels Shooting Angels and The Calamari Kleptocracy. His short fiction has appeared in a number of venues, including PANK, Pear Noir!, Denver Syntax, Bartleby Snopes, Whistling Shade, Big Lucks, Word Riot, and The Los Angeles Review. More information, including a complete listing of his publications, is available at his website: nicksansone.yolasite.com
• • • Appears in: Thrice Fiction #6

   
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MATT SALYER is a writer based in New Haven, CT. His stories and poems have appeared in Long Poem Magazine, 322 Review, The New Haven Review, Spilling Ink Review, and other places. Sometimes he writes things for The Nervous Breakdown here: http://www.thenervousbreakdown.com/msalyer/ He likes The Searchers because he likes the desert. He likes the desert because it’s clean.
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DAVID SIMMER II has been writing fiction for over two decades, and has contributed words and art to everything from comics, magazines, and books to packaging, catalogs, and technical manuals. When not working as a graphic designer in the Pacific Northwest, David enjoys traveling the globe, taking photos, and eating chocolate pudding. He has a personal website at Blogography.com, and maintains a journal of his 144 Hard Rock Cafe visits at DaveCafe.com As co-founder and art director of Thrice Fiction magazine, he spends his more recent days wondering where his life went as deadlines loom ever closer...
• • • Appears in: Thrice Fiction #1, #2, #3

   
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FRED SKOLNIK was born in New York City and has lived in Israel since 1963. He is best known as the editor in chief of the 22-volume second edition of the Encyclopaedia Judaica, winner of the 2007 Dartmouth Medal. He has published stories in TriQuarterly, Gargoyle, The MacGuffin, Minnetonka Review, Los Angeles Review, Prism Review, Words & Images, Literary House Review, Underground Voices, Third Coast, Polluto, etc. His novel The Other Shore (Aqueous Books, 2011) is an epic work depicting Israeli society at a critical juncture in its recent history.
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BUD SMITH is a writer from Washington Heights, NYC who likes the movie My Cousin Vinny for a lot of reasons. He’s recently appeared in The Bicycle Review, Killpoet, the Nervous Breakdown, among others. His book of short stories Or Something Like That was released in 2012 and was followed by his first novel Tollbooth in June 2013.
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Long ago JANICE D. SODERLING signed on a tramp steamer bound for Europe to travel around the world, acquire wisdom, and write the great American novel. She never got beyond the first port of call where she’s lived for decades with downsized goals and three now full-sized progeny, making her living as a commercial writer and translator. She is very good at doing things the hard way. Thrice Fiction is her 100th unique English-language journal of publication; hundreds of her poems, fictions, translations can be read in print and online journals, most recently at Flash: The International Short-Story Magazine, Mason’s Road, Ear Hustler, New Verse News, Rattle, J Journal, Dead Mule School, The Nervous Breakdown, Right Hand Pointing, Antiphon, Horizon Review. She is a member of the Swedish Writers’ Union and assistant fiction editor at Able Muse.
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MARCUS SPEH is a German writer who lives in Berlin and blogs at marcusspeh.com. His short fiction collection Thank You For Your Sperm will be published by MadHat Press in 2012. Marcus’ short fiction has been nominated for a Micro Award, two Pushcart Prizes, two Best of the Net awards, and two Million Writers Awards, and was long- listed for the Paris Literary Prize. He is a staunch supporter of shipwrecked penguins (http://speh.tumblr.com) and was maitre d’ of the legendary Dada venue Kaffe in Katmandu.
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ANDREW STANCEK was born in Bratislava and saw Russian tanks occupying his homeland. His dreams of circuses and ice cream, flying and lion-taming, miracle and romance have appeared recently in The Windsor Review, r.kv.r.y, Tin House online, Flash Fiction Chronicles, The Linnet’s Wings, Connotation Press, THIS Literary Magazine, Thunderclap Magazine, Istanbul Literary Review and Pure Slush. His novel-in-stories, starring a teenager named Mirko, set in Bratislava in the sixties, is nearing completion.
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ROBERT STEELE is a graduate of English Literature currently residing in Southern Ontario, Canada. He enjoys baseball and writing. His work has appeared in Four Volts, and IdentityTheory.com. He is currently a writer for jaysjournal.com where he cover news and features related to the Toronto Blue Jays.
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APHILLIP STERLING’s most recent book is In Which Brief Stories Are Told, a collection of short fiction (Wayne State University Press). His flash fiction has appeared in Edge, Driftwood Review, Midway Journal, Opium, Bear River Review, and Epiphany, among other places. He is also the author of the poetry collection Mutual Shores and three chapbook-length series of poems: Significant Others, Quatrains, and Abeyance.
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JEFF SWANSON is co-owner of StoryPros.com, a screenplay analysis company. An award-winning screenwriter himself, Jeff’s extensive fiction archives can be found online at... jeff2001.livejournal.com, thewordlingsproject.wordpress.com, wordlings.com.
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SUSAN TEPPER is the author of four published books. From the Umberplatzen (Wilderness House Press, 2012)  is her most recent title. It’s a quirky love story in linked-flash-fiction that’s set in Germany. Tepper has published hundreds of stories, poems, interviews and essays worldwide. She can be found online at SusanTepper.com
• • • Appears in: Thrice Fiction #4, #5, #7, #10

   
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DON THOMPSON was born in Bakersfield, California, and has lived in the southern San Joaquin Valley for most of his life. He is retired from teaching at a nearby prison, and lives with his wife, Chris, on her family’s cotton farm. Publications include Been There, Done That (2002), Sittin’ on Grace Slick’s Stoop (2006), Turning Sixty (2008), Where We Live (2009), and Everything Barren Will Be Blessed (2012). Back Roads won the Sunken Garden Poetry Prize for 2008. Allan M. Jalon’s profile, Planted in the San Joaquin, appeared in the LA Times and remains available online.
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KEVIN TOSCA’s stories have recently appeared or are forthcoming in Fleeting, Flash: The International Short-Short Story Magazine, Prick of the Spindle, Underground Voices, The Smoking Poet, and elsewhere. He lives in France. Read more at www.kevintosca.com
• • • Appears in: Thrice Fiction #6, #8

   
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MEG TUITE’s writing has appeared in numerous journals including Berkeley Fiction Review, MadHatter’s Review, Epiphany, JMWW, One, the Journal, Monkeybicycle, and Boston Literary Magazine. She has been nominated several times for the Pushcart Prize. She is fiction editor of Santa Fe Literary Review and Connotation Press, author of Domestic Apparition (2011) San Francisco Bay Press, Disparate Pathos (2012) Monkey Puzzle Press, Reverberations (2012) Deadly Chaps Press, Implosion and other stories (2013) Sententia Books and has edited and co-authored The Exquisite Quartet Anthology (2011 and 2012) from her monthly column published in Used Furniture Review. Her blog can be found at MegTuite.wordpress.com.
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ROBERT VAUGHAN leads writing roundtables at Redbird-Redoak Writing. His prose and poetry is found in numerous journals. His short fiction, 10,000 Dollar Pyramid was a finalist in the Micro-Fiction Awards 2012. He is a fiction editor at JMWW magazine, Thunderclap! and Lost in Thought. He hosts Flash Fiction Fridays for WUWM’s Lake Effect. His book, Flash Fiction Fridays, is at Amazon. His poetry chapbook, Microtones, is forthcoming from Cervena Barva Press. His blog: http://rgv7735.wordpress.com
• • • Appears in: Thrice Fiction #5, #7

   
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LISA VIHOS is a poet in Sheboygan, Wisconsin and has one chapbook, A Brief History of Mail. She is an associate editor of Stoneboat literary journal and her work has appeared in Big Muddy, Free Verse, Goose River Anthology, Red Cedar, Seems, Verse Wisconsin, and Wisconsin People and Ideas. A poem of hers will appear in the anthology Villanelles, due out in April 2012 from Everyman’s Library. She serves occasionally as a guest blogger for The Best American Poetry and keeps her own blog at http://lisapoemoftheweek.blogspot.com.
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C. BRANNON WATTS is a poet and educator living in Rockford, IL. He believes that poetry should remain open to interpretation, and routinely burns greeting cards wherever he finds them in the wild. His recent publication credits include work in Ygdrasil, Clutching at Straws, Greatest Lakes Review, and Metazen. He has work forthcoming in e.ratio and Durable Goods, and an ebook entitled Bowl of Light is pending publication.
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ANDRÉ M. ZUCKER was born in the Bronx. His works have appeared in And/or, The Associative Press, Blaze Vox, South Jersey Underground, Structo, and many others. He lives and works in New York City.
• • • Apears in: Thrice Fiction #10

   
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