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Steve Beisner
Melinda Palacio

Contributors

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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Ted Chiles

Ted Chiles, an economist with a doctorate from Penn State University, moved to California in the summer of 2002. As expected of all new Californians, he evolved and became a writer. He has published non-fiction and fiction and co-authored a ten-minute play with his wife, the poet Chella Courington.

Articles by Ted Chiles

What Makes A Good Coffee Shop? June 12, 2005 (Ted Chiles) Sometimes it's good to get out of the house and banish the truth that writing is a solitary activity. This is the first of a series by Ted Chiles and Chella Courington about finding alternative place to write. (complete article...)



A Weekend for Writers June 12, 2005 (Ted Chiles) With five other writers, I sat looking out the French doors and listened to tales of death, bigotry, delusion, altered time, and an eleven-year-old girl pondering the name on a church pew. I then shared my tale of a man with a knife in his back in Matt Pallamary's Fiction Intensive, “Breathing Life into Your Fiction,” sponsored by the Santa Barbara Writer's Conference (SBWC). (complete article...)