Meet Half of The Authors:
C. Inathe Marshall received an MFA in Creative Writing from California State University, Long Beach, in 2011. She was poetry editor for ARTLIFE Magazine and her poems have appeared in Convergence, 2004, ArtLife, 24th Anniversary Issue, 2004, Verdad Magazine, 2009, Spillway, 2010, RipRap, 2011, The Packinghouse Review, 2012, Beyond the Lyric Moment: Poetry Inspired by Workshops with David St. John, 2014, ELKE, 2016 and Redheaded Stepchild Magazine. She was the December 2016 Fairhope Center for the Writing Arts Writer-In-Residence and attended the 2017 Sewanee Writer’s Conference.
Deborah Dolttle has lived in lots of different places but now calls North Carolina home. She has a BA from the University of Colorado, an MA from George Washington University, an MFA from San Diego State University, and now teaches at Coastal Carolina Community College. Two chapbooks, No Crazy Notions and That Echo, have won the Mary Belle Campbell and Long Leaf Press Award, respectively. She has had more than 350 poems published in literary magazines, with some most recently having appeared or will soon appear in Atlanta Review, Bear Creek Haiku, Edge, Oberon, Pinyon, Seems and TAB: The Journal of Poetry and Poetics. An avid print-maker, she has put together a small collection of hand-made limited edition book art. Married to a retired Marine, she has a son and a daughter and three grandchildren. When not teaching or writing, she volunteers as a Wildlife Rehabilitator. She and her husband currently share their house with four cats and a backyard full of birds.
EM Slatterley, The author, that's me to the left, was born on Long Island, New York, which by the way, happens to be the setting for my second historical novel, Nowhere to Go. My wife, Cathy, and I are currently retired and living in North Carolina, close to the Atlantic coast. We have three grown children and three grandchildren. How did I get into writing? Well, I've always been interested in writing and I've written a few things in the past, but now I have the opportunity and more time to share my talent with new friends and faithful readers.