Posts Tagged "Elizabeth Engstrom"

Gemphalon

by on Sep 6, 2011 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

by Elizabeth Engstrom The call came mid-sun. It was like a bell, or a chime, something Gemphalon had never heard before. He put down the piece of slate he’d chosen for the roof of his house and looked east. Desert wasteland stretched as far as his eyes could see, all the way to the...

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Interview with Elizabeth Engstrom

by on Sep 8, 2009 in Interviews | 0 comments

By Deb Taber Elizabeth Engstrom is the author of ten books and over 250 short stories, articles and essays. She is a former publisher and editor, and is a sought-after speaker and teacher at writing conferences and conventions around the world. A recluse at heart, Engstrom holds a BA in...

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