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Laura Krughoff

The Florida Writer Podcast

Release Date: 08/24/2019

Wendy Samford & April Carothers show art Wendy Samford & April Carothers

The Florida Writer Podcast

As an educator, Wendy Samford, Ph.D. has a background in business and education and published educational author.

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The Florida Writer Podcast

E. J. Wenstrom believes in complicated heroes, horrifying monsters and purple hair dye. She is an award-winning speculative fiction author of the Chronicles of the Third Realm War series. She is also a platforming expert and has served as a regular contributor to leading blogs including The Write Life, DIYMFA and BookRiot. E.J. was the Florida Writers Association 2017 Person of Renown.

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Janice Heck, coauthor of Triumph Over Terror and ADHD: You've Got My Attention with Bob Ossler, is a retired educator. In her free time, she writes for, edits, and publishes a community newsletter; sings in the Margate Community Church choir; and collects old grammar books just for the heck of it. Connect with her @janiceheck on Twitter, Janice Hall Heck on Facebook, and website www.TriumphOverTerror.com.

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Wanda Luthman is a multi-award-winning author who resides in sunny Florida. She has an extensive background in counseling from children to adults. She has published 8 books to date. She lives with her two adorable Yorkies. Her daughter, like Little Birdie--a character in one of her books, has left the nest and lives in another state. Wanda enjoys swimming, jogging, and swimming so she can afford her chocolate habit!

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Jan Little is a retired English instructor/journalist who writes poetry, short stories, and a fantasy series. Adelaide Literary Journal published a poem; New Millennium Writings and Beyond Borders, International, has awarded her an honorable mention in poetry contests. She is a member of the Florida Writers Association and lives in Orlando, Florida.

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Life isn’t always pretty, but at the end of the day, family, friends, laughter and a glass of wine are usually enough to improve the view. Janet Franks Little brings this same realistic optimism to her contemporary women’s fiction. Written with candor, humor, and depth, her stories confront real-life issues faced by women today: divorce, infidelity, family, body image, social expectations, and, of course, romance and relationships.

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The author of middle-grade and young adult speculative, mystery, adventure and paranormal novels, Rod believes writing a story is like watching a play. He has a basic idea of the story-line, but the characters take over. Yes, he is a serious pantser.

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Born in Kodiak, Alaska, John Satterlee is the author of Eternal Love and Life published by Christian Faith Publishing. John lives in Orlando with his wife Gloria and their sons 17 and 9 who are both on Autism Spectrum. For more information about John, visit him on Facebook at John Satterlee Author. 

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Donna M. Gray-Banks is the Founder and Director of the F.R.E.S.H. Book Festival, one of the largest book festivals held in Volusia/Flagler Counties in Florida. 

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Jessica Williams lives in Central Florida is a reporter/writer for The Hernando Sun (Hernando County, FL), Contributor for Citrus County Life Magazine (Citrus County, FL), and Journalist/Contributor for Celebrations Magazine (Walt Disney World) and Memory Well (Washington, D.C.). She also supports authors as a Contributor for Southern Literary Review (southernlitreview.com). 

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Laura Krughoff is the author of the mini-book of short fiction Wake in the Night (Arc Pair Press, 2018) and the novel My Brother’s Name (Scarletta Press, 2013), which was shortlisted for a Lambda Literary Award for Debut Fiction. Her nonfiction has appeared in national media outlets including The Huffington Post, the Chicago Sun-Times, Writer’s Digest, SheWired, and Dot429 Magazine, and her short fiction has appeared in literary magazines and journals such as Threepenny Review, Printers Row Journal, Seattle Review, Washington Square Review, qu.ee/r Magazine, and most recently Masque & Spectacle. Her short fiction has won a Pushcart Prize and was a runner-up for a Chicago Tribune Nelson Algren Award.

Krughoff holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Michigan and a PhD in English Literature from the Program for Writers at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She is currently an assistant professor of creative writing at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington, where she also serves on the board of the Gender and Queer Studies program.

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