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Turn the Page with Kayla Greenwell: Focus on Robert Vaughan & Kathy Fish

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TURN THE PAGE Host Kayla Greenwell interviews the literati and oddball creative-types with a focus on DIY and grassroots initiatives. This week, Kayla will interview Robert Vaughan and Kathy Fish

Robert Vaughan’s writing has appeared in over 500 print and online journals. He leads writing roundtables at Red Oak Writing in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Also, he teaches workshops, like the October 18-25 Poetry & Fiction: Writing from the Well of Diverse Genres at The Clearing in Door County, Wisconsin.

He is in his 5th year as senior flash fiction editor at JMWW, as well as poetry and fiction editor at Lost in Thought magazine. He also is guest editor of Uno Kudo magazine, issue 5.

Kathy Fish has joined the faculty of the Mile-High MFA at Regis University in Denver. She will be teaching flash fiction. Additionally, she teaches two-week intensive Fast Flash© Workshops. She also serves as Consulting Editor for the Queen’s Ferry Press series, THE BEST SMALL FICTIONS. Her fourth collection of short fiction, RIFT, co-authored with Robert Vaughan, is set to release in December, 2015 from Unknown Press.

Her stories have been published or are forthcoming in The Lineup: 20 Provocative Women Writers, Black Lawrence Press, 2015, Richard Thomas (ed.), Choose Wisely: 35 Women Up to No Good,Upper Rubber Boot Books, 2015, H.L. Nelson and Joanne Merriam, (eds.), and various other journals and anthologies. She was the guest editor of Dzanc Books’ Best of the Web 2010. She is the author of three collections of short fiction: a chapbook of flash fiction in the chapbook collective, “A Peculiar Feeling of Restlessness: Four Chapbooks of Short Short Fiction by Four Women” (Rose Metal Press, 2008), “Wild Life” (Matter Press, 2011) and “Together We Can Bury It” available now from The Lit Pub.

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