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Born 1949 in Jamestown, New York, Cassandra Johnson Robison is a daughter and granddaughter of Swedish immigrants. She is a graduate of the State University of New York, Fredonia, (B.A., English, summa cum laude); the University of Arizona (M.Ed., English) and Walden University (Ph.D., Education). Two additional books are forthcoming in 2009/2010: No Small Deaths and Memory of Light. Since 2002, Robison has taught creative writing, English, and American Literature at Central Florida Community College in Ocala where she is an associate professor. Dr. Robison is faculty advisor for the award-winning student literary magazine, Imprints and active in the Florida Community College Press Association. She is the founding editor of Magnolia: A Florida Journal of Literary and Fine Arts. Previously, she taught Advanced Placement English at Jamestown High School (NY) and American Literature and English at Manatee Community College, Bradenton, Florida.