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Magazine, Just Between Us, Sasee, Cross & Quill, Christian Communicator magazines, and more. Her articles have appeared on websites such as CBN.com, Charismamag.com, and ThrivingFamily.com, and she is a blogger for Mentoring Moments for Christian Women. Her stories have been included in eleven compilation books including Chicken Soup for the Soul, two Guideposts series, two Cecil Murphey books, and Love Is a Verb Devotional by Gary Chapman. She has enjoyed speaking to women’s groups, teenagers, and teachers since 1987, and currently speaks throughout the southeastern USA. She is also a member of Word Weavers International writers’ critique group. Learn more about her work at www.kellystigliano.com.


ELIZABETH KIRKPATRICK VRENIOS’ poetry has appeared in Clementine, Silver Birch Press anthologies, Kentucky Review, Bethlehem Writers Roundtable, Poeming Pigeon, Form Quarterly, The Edison Literary Review, and Unsplendid. She was a 30/30 poet for Tupelo Press, and her prize-winning chapbook, Special Delivery, was published by Yellow Chair Press. She also co-wrote the book Party Line under the name Elizabeth Kirkpatrick. Vrenios is a professor emerita from American University in Washington D.C., having chaired the vocal and music departments. Vrenios’ solo recitals throughout the United States, South America, Scandinavia, Japan, and Europe have been acclaimed, and as the artistic director of the Redwoods Opera Workshop in Mendocino, California and the Crittenden Opera Workshops in Washington D.C. and Boston, she has influenced and trained students across the country. She is a member of the International Who’s Who of Music and a past president of the National Opera Association.


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