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Creative Nonfiction Writer, Poet
San Diego, CA
Chris Baron is Professor of English at San Diego City College where he works on education reform. He has lived and worked in the San Diego community for over twenty years. He travels widely. Baron has published numerous poems and articles in magazines and journals around the country, performed on radio programs, and participated in many readings, lectures, and panels. He began his journey in New York City. Born into the tumultuous life of an artist’s family, Baron is passionate about the importance of art as a practical resource for discovering truth and as a means of survival in our everyday lives. He completed his MFA in Poetry in 1998. He also completed a certificate program in Biblical History and Theology, and is often a guest lecturer in Religion and Philosophy courses. He served for thirteen years on the executive board for the Border Voices Poetry Project. He works with the CS Lewis Foundation as well as many other professional and social communities.
Creative Nonfiction Writer, Fiction Writer
La Jolla, CA
David Bradley is the author of the novels South Street and The Chaneysville Incident. Although his short story "You Remember the Pinmill," published in Narrative, was awarded a 2014 O. Henry Prize, since 1985 Bradley has worked primarily in Creative Nonfiction. His most recent work in that genre has appeared in Narrative, Brevity and TriQuarterly. His persona essay, "A Eulogy for Nigger," was awarded the 2015 Notting Hill Prize. is currently at work on a collection of essays, The Bondage Hypothesis: Meditations on Race, History and America, and a novel-in-stories, Raystown. Born in Western Pennsylvania, he now lives in Southern California.