Paul Alan Fahey, Ed.D, lives on the Central California Coast. He created and edited Mindprints, an international literary journal for writers and artists with disabilities, at Allan Hancock College in Santa Maria, California. During his tenure, Mindprints made Writers Digest’s “Top 30 Short Story Markets” list for two consecutive years. His writing has appeared in Byline, Palo Alto Review, Long Story Short, African American Review, The MacGuffin, Thema, Gertrude, Kaleidoscope, and in several other literary journals and anthologies like A Cup of Comfort, Somewhere in Crime, My Mom is My Hero, and Writing on Walls. Paul’s monthly online column at Coffeehouse For Writers focused on writing advice. He is a six-time winner of the “Lillian Dean Writing Award” for short stories and nonfiction at the California Central Coast Writer’s Conference.
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