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Author of Blue Glass, a New York Times Notable Book of the Year, and After Lydia, both pub- lished by Harcourt Brace; awarded BA from Amherst College and MFA in Writing from Co- lumbia University; professor of creative writing on both the undergraduate and graduate levels, including at Columbia University, (NY), Wesleyan University (CT), and Manhattan- vill College, (NY); served as assistant editor at Ploughshares and The Paris Review literary magazines, and production freelancer for Glamour, Self, and Vogue magazines; freelance editor; Stony Brook University’s national annual fiction contest judge; a 2013 Voices of the Year.
A poet, fiction writer, essayist, photographer and digital artist, Dr. Dickel holds degrees in psychology, creative writing, and English literature. He has taught college, university writ- ing and literature courses for nearly 25 years; served as the director of the Student Writ- ing Center at the University of Minnesota and the Macalester Academic Excellence Center at Macalester College (St. Paul, MN). He co-edited Voices Israel Volume 36 (2010). His work has appeared in literary journals, anthologies, art books, and online for over 20 years, in- cluding in:THIS Literary Magazine, Eclectic Flash, Cartier Review, Pirene’s Fountain, Sketch- book, Emerging Visions Visionary Art eZine, and Poetry Midwest. His latest book of poems is Midwest / Mid-East: March 2012 Poetry Tour.
ASSOCIATE EDITOR: Michael Dickel, Ph.D.

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