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Thank you all who submitted to moonShine review this time. If you did NOT receive a notice from me confirming your submission, please email me directly at moonShine@carolina.rr.com. While I believe I have responded to everyone, it is always possible I missed someone or your email was “lost in transit,” so PLEASE LET ME KNOW if you haven’t heard from me.
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My profound apologies to Elizabeth B. Watson and Douglas Wyant for omitting their bios in this latest issue of moonShine review. Please read them here:
Elizabeth Watson morphed into a semi-retired housewife when the Watsons moved to a retirement community in Greenville, SC. She has not retired from writing, reading, and taking classes at Furman University to improve her skills. Life is good, especially when she’s published in moonshine review and other anthologies.
Douglas Wyant, a Pushcart Prize nominee, has received a Scott Lax Wildacres Scholarship and Carrie McCray Memorial Literary Awards for fiction and nonfiction from the South Carolina Writers’ Workshop. His fiction has been published in The Petigru Review, moonShine review, and American Fiction.
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