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Stacy Taylor: Stacy developed and taught three successful writing courses in 2002 for Universal Class. She won two instructor awards for the duration of her position and was ranked number forty-six out of over 4000 instructors. An accomplished writer herself, she has been published extensively online and has won several writing contests. Today she writes when she has time and co-edits, co-publishes two online publications: Chick Flicks Ezine, and HeavyGlow: a journal of flash fiction. Stacy can frequently be found sipping mocha breves from the local espresso stand and fighting her craving for Thai food.
Laurie O'Hare: A slightly tarnished Southern Bell, Laurie was a Junior Editor for Abstracts magazine. When the publication folded, she took a position as an Assistant Editor for 3F Publications, where she assisted in selecting fiction for their signature anthology series. During her time with 3F, she edited Steven Weidel's novel, Shara, which is currently available for purchase at Scrybe Press. Laurie took second place in the 2003 24-hour short story contest at Writer's Weekly, and she won third place in the 2004 Southern Halloween Short Story Contest at Lost in the Dark. Currently, she continues to sharpen her writing and editing skills, and co-edits, co-publishes Chick Flicks Ezine, and HeavyGlow: a journal of flash fiction.
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