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Michael McLane & Andy Hoffman

Michael McLane was born and raised in Salt Lake City, where he currently lives with a beautiful bellydancer, three cats, a snake, and an iguana. McLane has worked as an archivist, topographer, teacher, and rare books seller, among other things. He is a minister, loves Western history, has a permanent 5 o’clock shadow and once sold a copy of Thomas Paine’s Common Sense to Tom Brokaw. He holds a BAs in English and Anthropology from the University of Utah and an MFA in Creative Writing from Colorado State University.

Andy Hoffman is a writer, teacher, and publisher. He currently edits and publishes Elik Press in Salt Lake City and teaches at the University of Utah’s Honors College. He loves the landscape, characters, and his life.

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Lynn Kilpatrick & Joel Long

Lynn Kilpatrick is the author of the story collection, In the House. Her essays have appeared in Creative Nonfiction, Ninth Letter, and Brevity. She earned a PhD in Fiction from the University of Utah and an MA from Western Washington University. She teaches at Salt Lake Community College.

Joel Long is the author of two full-length poetry collections, Winged Insects and Knowing Time by Light, as well as two chapbooks, Chopin's Preludes and Saffron Beneath Every Frost. His poems have appeared recently in Quarterly West, Water Stone Review, The Pitch, among magazines. He teaches at Rowland Hall-St. Mark's in Salt Lake City.

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