Travel essay: A
Yosemite Adventure for Non-Campers, Driving
Movie reviews: 2010 Movies,
Biography: Karen Dale, MSW, is a Silicon Valley resident and an
investigative reporter for Clever Magazine. In her spare time she goes to
movies and writes movie reviews for Clever. Thanks, Karen!
Essay: February Marilyn
Monica says: I've enjoyed writing since I was about ten. Growing up, I got
to fly around the world, aboard a well
known Arabian airline. I love SF and Fantasy literature and
movies, and spend my free time learning how to become
a professional writer.
Travel essay: Costa Rica Journal,
The Kingdom of Thailand
Biography: Carol is a semi-retired educator, as well as a wife and mother
of two grown sons, a bridge player, and avid traveler.
Travel essay: Seeing the Southwest,
Southwest, Part II, Part
Biography: I retired from school administration in 2001 and keep
up a long-standing interest in writing. My essays and poems have appeared in
approximately 80 academic and literary publications.
Fiction: Six Dollars
Rance lives in Baltimore, Maryland. His usual diet consists of rocks,
porcupines, and human teeth. His work has shown up in
Anobium as well as in various academic journals. When he's not
feeling very courteous, he blogs at
Fiction: Free Admission with Children
lives in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Like the nomadic Pericú natives
before him, he survives on a hunter-gatherer subsistence diet of shrimp
tacos, smoked marlin, cold beer, and warm sunshine.
Travel essay: Tunis
Biography: Mira writes poetry, short and long fiction,
occasionally academic and other articles. An art school graduate, she
has been fascinated by the possibilities of photography since saving for
her first camera at the age of 16. Spends much of her time travelling
Travel essay: A Bad Start in Barcelona
Aaron is an aspiring writer and English teacher currently living in
Jeju-do, South Korea, and originally from New York.
Essay: Junk Mail
freelance author, entrepreneur and award winning public speaker. He is
the Author of the popular Mud Lane series. Stephen grew up in England
but now lives in Atlanta, GA.
Yosemite: a virtual art
Essay: Teacher, Artist,
Biography: Robert is a painter who
presents workshops on drawing and watercolor painting.
He teaches watercolor and drawing workshops in Yosemite and classes
at the Art Activities Center there. He
has authored four books on drawing including: Drawing
Without Fear, Experiential Drawing, The Magic of Drawing, and The Pocket Drawing Book. His
paintings and films are in major corporate, museum and private collections.
Essay: Diary of a Dogsled Owner
Biography: In addition to being Clipper's sidekick, Barbara Elliott
Eaves is also a wife, mother, and community volunteer. When she wears her professional hat, Barbara is at the
helm of Sum People Agency, a bureau of outstanding professional speakers and guest
Fiction, short story: A Typical
work as a medical transcriptionist in a trauma center in Seattle. I've
been writing seriously for three years, have one full-length novel being
reviewed by a major publisher at this
time, and another manuscript nearly completed.
Fiction: Best Jukebox in Town
Biography: David has produced three albums of songs, one of poems, and
ALWAYS/FAR, a chapbook of lyrics and drawings.His poems and stories have
appeared in a number of US and UK magazines.
Essay: North Dakota on my Mind
Biography: Wendy is a former editor and retired social worker living in Sonoma
County, California. She has one husband and one son, enough friends, too
many doctors and a volunteer job that requires petting puppies.
Ingenue Magazine published one of her poems in 1964. More recent
credits include Big River Poetry Review, Vox Poetica, Our Day’s
Encounter, and Brevity.
Fiction: A Boy and his cat
Biography: Jackie has been friends with cats since she was a little
girl. They have sat beside her as she writes and reads all sorts of
things ever since.
Travel Essay: A Visit to Wisconsin
Biography: Margaret visits Wisconsin annually because that's where her relatives
are. She much prefers the northern California weather where she enjoys
hand weaving, jewelry-making, and creating collages, some of which are
inspired by Wisconsin.
Travel: The Arizona Bicycle
Adventure, The Guatemala Volcano
Phillip is a
self-described gypsy and sometimes Pharmacy Technician. He usually calls
Venice Beach home but has been known to live in many cities throughout the
country. What make his stories uncommon are their humorous, sometimes
mystical, and sometimes there aspect of self-discovery in the face of real
or imagined conflict.
Essay: 'Tis the Season
Biography: Daniela is a shrink by day, writer by night, and human all the time. She
Film Essays: Josh is Clever's film reviewer
Biography: Josh sprouted on Wisconsin soil but prefers the gloom and
damp of the Pacific Northwest. He currently resides in Oregon where he
writes fiction and is pursuing an MFA in Creative Writing.
Essay: No Such Thing as Bad
to Siem Reap, Language Learning, Muslim
Fishermen of Phang Nga, Thailand,Trees
for the Philippines,
An Ambassador for my country
is an American travel author and adventurer, living in Asia. He immerses
himself in the culture of the countries and people he writes about.
Antonio speaks Chinese, Khmer, Spanish, Italian, German, French, and some
Thai. Now he is learning Korean. He spends his time living with tribes,
learning martial arts, fighting, making movies, climbing mountains,
learning languages and doing adventure sports. He is also a frequent guest
on radio and TV talk shows.
As a professional speaker, in 2006, Antonio
reached the semi-finals of the World Championships of Public Speaking. Antonio’s
writing has appeared in hundreds of magazines and websites around the
world. He has four books available on amazon.com.
Find out more about Antonio, listen to radio interview or speeches at his
Contact him email@example.com. Currently,
Antonio is seeking an agent and new publisher for his Cambodian adventure
book, “Discovering the Khmers.” Find out more about Antonio on wikipedia!
An Elderhostel trip to Santa Fe:
Cheap Adventures for those over 55
Biography: Thelma does research work for the government and lives in
McLean, Virginia. She is married with three grown children, and hopes to spend more time
traveling in the future. A native Oregonian, she has been in the Washington, DC, area
since President Eisenhowers era, and thats a long time.
Fiction: Guilty Pleasures
a Northern California lawyer and writer. His short stories have appeared
in 34th Parallel, Emprise Review, Bartleby Snopes, Dog Oil Press, and
The Rational Man,
The Innocent Man,
A Friend for Life,
The Untouchable Politician,
The Last Agenda Item,
The Magic Racket,
Travel: Discovery of
Monument Valley, Observing Maui,
Observations of Ireland,
Torremolinas and Spain's Costa del Sol
is a retiree/free-lance writer living in Roseville, CA. He stopped
counting journalistic pieces in local & senior papers at 400 & has just
had his 200th story published online. He has one wife (of almost 44
years), three sons, four grandchildren & two cats.
Fiction: Dr. Glazer is Needed,
A Man in Demand
for the Dept. of Justice for 36 years, and also managed during that
period to appear in many local community theater productions, which kept
him in touch with the imaginative life. He's retired now, living in
Reston, Virginia, writing short stories, and loving it.