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Green Is The Color Of Winter: An Eclectic Collection Paperback – December 8, 2011
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Nyla Alisia, founder and host of three international radio shows, has had poetry and prose published worldwide. Her poem “The Secret Of Me” has been nominated for a 2012 Pushcart prize. An award-winning photographer, she teaches creative vision photography classes and poetry and writing workshops. Nyla is a graphic designer specializing in book covers and support materials for writers and musicians. http://www.nylaalisia.net/ Editor Kitty came to prominence when she chose writers as her staff. Her love of literature was born from the realization that an open book could provide more than a comfortable place to sleep. www.editorkitty.com Andrew S. Fuller's fiction appears in Abyss & Apex, The Pedestal Magazine, Crossed Genres, Space Tramps anthology with stories forthcoming in On Spec and FISH (Dagan Books). His novelette The Circus Wagon received an Honorable Mention in Ellen Datlow’s Best Horror of the Year, and his screenplay Effulgence won Best Screenwriter Award at the 2009 H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival. Since 1999, he has edited Three-Lobed Burning Eye magazine. www.andrewsfuller.com F.I. Goldhaber is a poet, novelist, story teller, and book designer. She’s written professionally for more than a quarter century and has had short stories, poems, news stories, features, essays, editorials, and reviews published in magazines, e-zines, newspapers, calendars, and anthologies. www.goldhaber.net Marc Janssen has written poetry for publication for more than two decades. A veteran of the Ventura, California poetry scene, he relocated to Oregon in 1998 where the natural landscapes and healthy doses of rain have provided inspiration. Janssen has been published in a number of magazines and journals including The Gold Man Review, Bellowing Ark, and Morning Glory. Marilyn Johnston received a Robert Penn Warren Award from the New England Writers, an Oregon Literary Arts Fellowship, and was finalist for the 2009 Willis Barnstone Translation Prize. Her work has appeared in such literary journals as CALYX and To Topos Poetry International. A collection of poems about her family’s recovery from the Vietnam War, Red Dust Rising, was nominated for a 2004 Pushcart Prize. Andrew Scott is a Canadian native and student of Oregon history. He is a reviewer for literature and music on Swaggakings.com and hosts an international on-line classic poetry radio program. Andy’s eclectic poetry style has been featured in numerous publications worldwide. www.andrewmscott.weebly.com
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