One-Eyed Redhead from Texas
I’ll Be Seeing You
Morgan Marie Jordan
Fever on the Mountain
BJ Neblett is a continuing contributor to Romance Magazine. He is the author of Elysian Dreams, a contemporary romantic fantasy about searching for your dreams while seeking your destiny. His newest work, Ice Cream Camelot, is about his growing up during the Kennedy administration. BJ hosts two blog sites: www.hereforaseason.blogspot.com for poetry, and www.bjneblett.blogspot.com for his short stories and other writings. BJ has written about JFK for the Kennedy Library and about MLK Jr. on the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial blog site, and his poetry may be included at the Vietnam War Center in Washington. You can find more from BJ in eFiction and Northern Liberties Review, as well as online at Short Story Me.
Morgan Marie Jordan has been a performing storyteller and musician for thirty years and is now enjoying creating stories in written form. Her work has been published in numerous magazines, including Copperfield Review, Midnight Circus, and Timeless Tales.
Nells Wasilewski lives in a small southern town southeast of Nashville, Tennessee, with her husband Walter. After retiring, she began pursuing her lifelong dream of writing. Her writing has been greatly influenced by her faith in Jesus Christ, personal experience, and nature. Nells has recently started writing devotionals. Her work has appeared in High Coupe Journal, Haiku Journal, Barefoot Review, Three Line Poetry, Poetry Quarterly, 50 Haikus, Dual Coast Magazine, Ancient Paths, Tanka Journal, Hedgerow, and Penned from the Heart.
E.M. Leigh is currently writing a fairy tale novel in addition to her short stories. Catch up with her via her blog: booksonblondes.wordpress.com.
David Kerr, born in Carlisle, UK, has lived most of his adult life in Malawi, Zambia, or Botswana, where he has used theater and video to challenge audiences about human rights issues. He is the author of a prize-winning non-fiction book, African Popular Theatre; a novel, Passages, under the pseudonym Derrick Zgambo (Brown Turtle Press); a poetry collection, Tangled Tongues (Flambard Press); and four published plays (with various co-authors), as well as numerous poems and short stories.
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