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T. Gene Davis













Name: T. Gene Davis

T. Gene Davis is an author. He has played at managing businesses, software engineering, graphic design and other utility paying endeavors, ... but only when he’s not writing. He has a smattering of published articles, stories, poetry, and books spanning the 1990’s to present.

When pursuing his craft, T. Gene Davis looks for powerful writing and studies the styles of masters. For inspiration, he looks at the classics, and finds the stories and tales that inspired them. For themes when writing, he looks to current events and technological breakthroughs.


Education: Bachelor of Arts in English

Likes: Attending folk music festivals, reading anything by Neil Gaiman, celebrating all the Autumn holidays with family and friends

Dislikes: Wasting time without a book (If he has a book, then it’s all good.)

Website: www.tgenedavis.com

Twitter: @TGeneDavis




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Justine Dunn











Name: Justine Dunn

Aka: Justine M Dunn

Despite writing for some years now, Justine has only recently found the confidence to show her baby’s face to the world. She writes to release some of the bizarre thoughts that swirl around her tiny mind; some make it out, others should never be set free, the imagination is a wonderful thing. She is British, currently living in Slovenia and oozing with ideas.

She writes mostly quirky flash fiction, not quite science fiction in the usual sense but her stories skirt around the edges of reality. She also enjoys writing lighter stuff too, children’s rhymes are always a joy and more recently she has penned a few adult humor flash fictions. Her first novel, Beach Lanes, is finished at last and currently going through the editing stage. The second, she hopes, will make it out of her head and onto the keyboard very soon.

Contact Email address: juzzadunn@gmail.com

Link: http://www.justinemdunn.com/

Likes: eating, drinking, cooking, blankets, Saturday afternoon pints, walking, daydreaming, laughing, dog yawns, hats, red wine, rain

Dislikes: snobbery, liars, marzipan, my metabolism, dog ticks

Status: married


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Jim Blanchet












Name: Jim Blanchet

Jim Blanchet is a freelance writer living in San Diego, CA. He graduated from Tulane University with a BA in Political Science in 2007, where he also received a commission as a Naval Officer, serving on active duty until 2012. Jim is a Staff Writer for Fictionade Magazine and is a regular contributor to WINK Pinup.

Jim is a writer of fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry and satire. His time in New Orleans, military experience and atypical path to writing offers a unique perspective that he shares throughout the variety of his work. His stories range from humorous flash fiction to adventurous social commentary. Though Jim’s current publications are in shorter format, he anticipates completion of his first novel in early 2013. His writing is influenced by Kurt Vonnegut, Chuck Palahniuk and Oscar Wilde, among others.

Email: Jim.Blanchet@fictionade.com

Twitter: @jimblanchet

Education: BA Political Science, International Relations from Tulane University

Links to Writing: www.fictionade.com, http://winkpinup.wordpress.com/june-issue



 
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Deborah Livingston












Name:  Deborah Livingston

In her memoir, STRAND OF PEARLS, Deborah Livingston recounts her journey from childhood abuse, frequent tragedy and adult addiction to a spiritual transformation that brought her an inner peace and joy available to us all. Deborah was the first of three children born to parents--a Canadian father, a New England mother--who were worlds apart in their own upbringings and views of the world. From two to sixteen, when she was finally able to break free, Deborah suffered abuse at the hands of her father. Her freedom from that abuse took her to abuse at the hands of others, and to a tragic accident that cost the life of a friend. Her misfortunes early in life and her inability to see them as the "pearls" they actually were led to serious addiction in her early forties. And yet this addiction saved her life, preparing her for the inner transformation she would experience. In STRAND OF PEARLS to embrace Deborah Livingston invites the reader into the most painful, raw moments of her past so that the light of the present might shine brighter--as an invitation to others hope, faith and gratitude in their lives. Today Deborah Livingston lives with her loving husband, Joel, in Massachusetts, and is the proud mother of a college-age daughter, Cassandra. She is a practicing AOBTA-certified traditional Chinese medicine therapist, intuitive medium and believes in life's gifts whatever forms they may take.




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Jack Caseros

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Name: Jack Caseros

Jack Caseros is an ecologist who tells people at bars that he’s a writer. Then he says something clever, like, “I see poetry everywhere.” Which is, unfortunately, true. He currently resides in midwestern Canada. His first novel, Onwards & Outwards, is available as an e-book at most major online retailers.

Jack has also constructed an indie publishing organization, Kaleidoscope Reality. You can find more about Jack and Kaleidoscope Reality at: www.jackcaseros.webs.com.

 Jack Caseros is the son of an Argentine and a Canadian, and this dual identity features strongly in his works—not explicitly, of course, because that would be boring. Jack’s work is rooted in the Hindu proverb “Unity in variety is the plan of creation.” Jack believes art is a mirror, and that this mirror is useful in conveying the spectrum of consciousness. But then again, Jack writes because he just loves it.


Some of Jack Caseros’ recently published works:

“Onwards & Outwards” (Kaleidoscope Reality: http://www.amazon.com/Onwards-Outwards-ebook/dp/B00760D4OG)

“Halfsies: An Essay on Canadian Identity by a Non-Canadian Canadian” (steelbananas: http://www.steelbananas.com/magazine/sb27/)


“positive space negative” (Eunoia Review: http://eunoiareview.wordpress.com/2012/03/07/positive-space-negative/)

"On Behalf of Every Writer Who Has Taken Inspiration From a Living Muse / On Behalf of Every Person Who Has Appeared, In Part or In Full, As a Character in a Piece of Literature" (Linguistic Erosion: http://www.linguisticerosion.com/2012/05/on-behalf-of.html)




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