Wendy Call is co-editor of TELLING TRUE STORIES: A NONFICTION WRITERS’ GUIDE (Plume, 2007) and was 2006-2008 Writer in Residence at Seattle’s Richard Hugo House, the country’s thirst-largest literary center. After a decade as a fulltime, freelance writer and editor, she currently teaches nonfiction writing at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, WA. Her nonfiction, essays, and poetry translations have appeared in more than thirty magazines and journals.
I have essays forthcoming in Experience: Centrum's Magazine for the Creative Life (www.centrum.org) and WRITERS AND THEIR NOTEBOOKS (University of South Carolina Press, 2009)
My narrative nonfiction, essays, and poem translations have appeared in more than thirty magazines (including Blue Mesa Review, Chain, ColorLines, ReVista: Harvard Review of Latin America, New York Daily News, and the Texas Observer) and six anthologies.
Wendy Strothman, Principal, Strothman Agency, Boston, MA
Plume (TELLING TRUE STORIES, co-edited with Mark Kramer, 2007)
New Pacific Press (essay in the 2004 anthology SHOCK AND AWE, WAR ON WORDS)
Applied Research Center
Alternatives to Marriage Project
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