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Steve Beisner
Melinda Palacio

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Jim Alexander
Mary Rose Betten
Ned Bixby
Karl Bradford
Mary Brown
Ted Chiles
Chella Courington
Fran Davis
Julia Michelle Dawson
Karin delaPena
Sharon Dirlam
Dawn Downey
Karin Finell
Reyna Grande
JNelle Holland
Bill Honey
Beverlye Hyman Fead
Cheryl Joi
Catherine Ann Jones
Martha Lannan
Molly-Ann Leikin
Andre Levi
Anne Lowenkopf
Shelly Lowenkopf
Marcy Luikart
Josie Martin
Diana Raab
Joseph Riley-Portuges
Sojourner Rolle
Kathleen Roxby
Catherine Ryan Hyde
Alison Schaumburg
Rita Shaler-Nelson
Laura Slattery
Gia Sola
Erik Talkin
Karen Telleen-Lawton
Catherine Viel
Kathryn Wilkens
Dallas Woodburn

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Jim Alexander

Jim Alexander has contributed a humor column, entitled "notes from downtown," to the Montecito Journal since 1996. His nonfiction has also been published in the Los Angeles Times, the Santa Barbara News-Press, Santa Barbara Families magazine and the anthology, Democrat's Soul.

His short story "Baby Grand" was recently published in Carpinteria Magazine. "Rancho Zorra Dusk," a short story from a collection of connected short stories titled Paint Chip Tales was performed in 2008 at Speaking of Stories in the illustrious Lobero Theatre in Santa Barbara, California.

Articles by Jim Alexander

I'm A Writer December 15, 2008 (By Jim Alexander) One of the first things my instructor, Cork Millner, told us in class was: "From now on, when someone asks you what you do, tell them you're a writer." Three days after gaining this knowledge I was walking in Paseo Nuevo Mall when I ran into a couple of carpenter friends that I hadn't seen in a while. (complete article...)