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Our collaborative flash fiction is published or is forthcoming in Hobart, Monkeybicycle, Somewhat, Admit Two and The Beat.
Each of us has established a publication record in print and on-line. Bill's fiction has appeared in Underground Voices, Riverbabble,
Rumble, Thieves Jargon, Maladapted, The Beat, Whim's Place, Prose Toad, Nupenz, Storied World and Bewildering Stories. He
is also the cover artist for October 2004 in Edifice Wrecked. He is a former columnist for the Virgin Islands Daily News and
The Virgin Islands Source Online. Miriam's fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in ELF: Eclectic Literary Forum, Slow Trains,
Smoke Long Quarterly, Pindeldyboz, Littoral, Storied World, The Glut, Toasted Cheese, SaucyVox, HiNgE, The Beat, Yankee Pot
Roast, edifice WRECKED, The Rose & Thorn, Rumble, Salome, The Quarterly Staple, Southern Ocean Review, Girls with Insurance
Dead Mule, Skive, Ghoti, 3711 Atlantic, Fiction Warehouse, Girls with Insurance, Nuvein, Antithesis Common, Word Riot, Offcourse,
Thieves Jargon, The Pedestal and Carve.
Her poetry has appeared in print venues such as Boulevard, for which she is
contributing editor, The Iron Horse Literary Review, The Painted Bride Quarterly, The Mid-American Review, The Southern Humanities
Review, Pulpsmith, and Confrontation. Online her poetry has appeared or is
forthcoming in the Small Spiral Notebook, Drexel
Online Journal, the Vocabula Review, Three Candles, the Poetry Super Highway, For Poetry.com, Word Riot, The Front Street
Review, Open Wide, Segue, edifice WRECKED!, Shampoo, Eclectica, FRiGG, Flashquake, Circle Magazine, Branches, Plum Ruby Review,
Gator Springs Gazette, Blaze, The Green Tricycle, Riverbabble, MAG:Muse Apprentice Guild, Mini Mag, Snow Monkey, Maverick
Magazine, Poems Niederngasse, Carnelian, Facets, Thieves Jargon, Blowback, Another Toronto Quarterly and Valparaiso Poetry
Miriam teaches literature and creative writing at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA USA where she directs
the Certificate Program in Writing and Publishing and is faculty advisor to Maya, the student literary magazine. Bill
has a day job, though he dreams of becoming gainfully unemployed.