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Rhonda Browning White
Coastal Florida

Bio: I am an author, adjunct professor of English, and a ghostwriter/editor for Inspiration For Writers, Inc. My work appears in Hospital Drive, HeartWood Literary Magazine, Bellevue Literary Review, Steel Toe Review, Ploughshares Writing Lessons, World Enough Writers Ice Cream Secrets, The Skinny Poetry Journal, South85 Journal, New Pages, WV Executive, Mountain Echoes: The Best of the First Year, Gambit, Bluestone Review, and in literary anthologies including Appalachia’s Last Stand and Mountain Voices. I have an MFA in Creative Writing from Converse College in Spartanburg, SC. In addition to Read, Write, Live!, I also blog about craft topics in fiction writing at http://www.WhyTheWritingWorks.com and http://www.Inspiration4Writers.BlogSpot.com

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