Meet The Writers

Darlene Cah is a flash fiction and short story writer. Her works have appeared in Referential Magazine, Wilderness House Literary Review and other print and online journals. She focuses on fiction with a touch of humor. She likes to create characters, weave stories, throw words together and see what develops. She has an improv theater background, and she uses that in her working process. She has an MFA in Creative Writing from Queens University of Charlotte.

Ron Hayes works and writes in Erie, PA. He teaches History at East High School where he also coaches football and girls’ basketball. A graduate of the Master of Fine Arts program at Queens University of Charlotte, Ron served two terms as Poet Laureate of Erie County, Pennsylvania, from 2012-2014. His poems have found homes in such places as Fjords Review, Gutter Eloquence, The Five-Two, and three drops from a cauldron.

Jennie Jarvis has worked in the film and television industry in Los Angeles, San Francisco, London and New York City before returning to her home state of Florida. Since moving back to Florida, Jennie has successfully built and coordinated screenwriting competitions as well as served as a judge for film and theater competitions. While working in Beverly Hills, she served as a script analyst, producing coverage for producers, investors, actors and writers. She has operated as a freelance script consultant (“script doctor”) for over ten years working with clients around the world. Through her independent production company, Astorax Productions, she has written and directed a number of short narrative and documentary films. As a literary writer, she is a New Adult novelists and textbook writer and has appeared in Writer’s Digest Magazine. She is represented by Saritza Hernandez of the Corvisiero Agency. She has a BFA in Film Production from Florida State University, an MA in English (Film Studies/Dramatic Literature) from the University of North Florida and an MFA in Creative Writing (Writing for the Stage and Screen) from Queens University of Charlotte. Jennie can be found on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/JarvisWrites and on Twitter @JarvisWrites.

Linda Escalera Price: I’m a playwright. Guy: Really? How did you end up doing that? LEP: The only thing I can manage to write well is dialogue. Guy: You think that’s good dialogue? LEP: No, not really, but I was just answering — Guy: Would I have seen anything you’ve written? LEP: I really don’t know. Ever seen a play in LA or off-off Broadway or the dozens of the places my work has been produced? If so, you might have seen my short play Welcome to Florida (published by Brooklyn Publishers) or one of my full-length plays like Silent Heroes or Harps & Harmonicas. If you hang out at schools or churches you might have seen one of my children’s plays or a chancel drama or two. Perhaps the cantata Believe. Guy: So, do you make a living as a playwright? LEP: Not a very good living . . . Guy: Yeah, that’s what I thought. To find out more about me check out http://www.priceswrite.com, Like me at https://www.facebook.com/LindaEscaleraPrice or follow me @ladderprice.

Brad Windhauser is a literary novelist with a Master’s in English from Rutgers University (Camden campus) and an MFA in creative writing from Queens University of Charlotte. He is an Assistant Professor in the English Department at Temple University. His work has appeared in The Baltimore Review, Santa Fe Writer’s Project Journal, Ray’s Road Review, Northern Liberties Review, and Philadelphia Review of Books. His first novel, Regret (a gay-themed thriller set in Philadelphia) was published in 2007. You can read more about (and buy) it here. He is currently looking for an agent for his recently completed second novel, This Too Shall Pass. On his solo blog, he is chronicling his experience as a gay writer reading the Bible for the first time: http://www.BibleProjectBlog.com VirgoWriter@gmail.com

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