Kristine Mietzner serves on the adjunct faculty of Touro University's Graduate School of Education. Kristine's story, "Juneau," appears in the 2007 anthology, "Something That Matters, Life, Love, and Adventures in the Middle of the Journey." Her writing has appeared in the Contra Costa Times, Bay Area Parent, the Benicia Herald, and elsewhere. After graduating with a B.A. from the University of Washington in Seattle, Kristine worked as an on-air broadcast journalist in Alaska. She holds an M.S. in Education from California State University East Bay. She taught in California public schools for nearly twenty years. Kristine lives with her golden retriever Max in northern California.
Pema Chodron, Janell Moon, Elizabeth Fishel, John William Kulm, Clare Cooper Marcus, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Julia Cameron, Flannery O' Connor, Rebecca Wells, Vivian Gornick, Marion Roach Smith, Jim Gavin, Gina Welch, Caroline Goodwin, Joshua Mohr
My unpublished novel "Matisse in Winter" was a finalist in the 2013 writing competition sponsored by the San Francisco Writers Conference.
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