Contributors / November 2012 (Issue 19)

Dorothy Place
ImageDorothy M. Place began creative writing after retiring from CSU, Sacramento where she worked as Research Director in the College of Continuing Education. She lives in Davis, California where she writes and when she is not writing, tends her bonsai and thinks about writing. Her short stories have appeared in The Yolo Crow (2008, 2010), The Todd Point Review (2010), bioStories (2012), and the Flagler Review (2012). Her short story "The Full Moon" won first prize in the Mendocino Coast Writers short story contest and the Estelle Frank Fellowship. She has completed her first novel, The Heart to Kill. [Read]

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