[ portfolio : writers and literary journals/blogs]
Aimee Lucido is a software engineer and the author of the new novel, EMMY IN THE KEY OF CODE (Versify, 2019).
Water~Stone Review is a literary annual published by the The Creative Writing Programs at Hamline University. The review publishes work in all genres as well as essay/reviews and writers’ interviews.
Tasslyn Mangnusson is a writer, a poet, a reader, a mom, and a bunch of other exciting things. Visit “Dr. Sasslyn’s Thoughts, her great new blog on her great new site.
Deborah Keenan is a Twin Cities poet, visual artist, collaborator, and teacher of creative writing for over thirty years. Deborah’s site offers collage galleries, writing prompts, featured art and poetry and more.
Pat McCaw divides her time between writing children’s books, practicing medicine and loving up my two beautiful daughters and husband. She blogs on her site, shares favorite books, creative endeavors, and more.
Ann Karazeris is a Twin Cities author also offering copywriting and other literary services.
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Runestone Literary Journal
Runestone is a new national, online, literary annual, compiled and edited by BFA students in The Creative Writing Programs at Hamline University in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
Sally McGraw is a freelance ghostwriter, editor, and copy writer who specializes in non-fiction books and book proposals.
Phyllis Root is the author of fifty books for children and a new release for everybody, “Searching for Minnesota’s Native Wildflowers.”
The Storyteller’s Inkpot
Faculty, students, and graduates of Hamline University’s MFA in Writing for Children & Young Adults program talk about the program, books, writing, the writing life, creative process, and a little bit of kid’s lit everything.
Karen Huss is a Twin Cities writer, photographer, and painter, with two young adult manuscripts, River Road and Alice in Evermoor.
Jim Moore has been writing poetry for more than four decades. Underground: New & Selected Poems is forthcoming in Fall 2014 from Graywolf Press.
Hoping for More: Having Cancer, Talking Faith, and Accepting Grace is a story of a young religion professor with a stage IV cancer diagnosis and a lousy prognosis for the future.
Beth Mayer is a Twin Cities writer, and coordinator of the Creative Writing Certificate at Century College. She currently serves as a fiction editor with Redbird Chapbooks, and lives in Lakeville, Minnesota with her husband, two teenagers, and little white dog.
Resisting Structural Evil: Love as Ecological-Economic Vocation
Resisting Structural Evil: Love as Ecological-Economic Vocation, by Cynthia Moe-Lobeda, was released in 2013 from Fortress Press.