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Over a dozen magazines have published Stanley’s short stories and he is a member of the Riverside Writers, the Virginia Writers' Club, and the North Carolina Writers' Network that have been great sources of information and support. Stanley grew up on a dairy farm in Spotsylvania, VA and lived most of his life in the Fredericksburg, VA area. Currently he commutes by train to Northern Virginia to work on budgets and legislative issues. On his commute and lunchtime, he writes. Stanley is an expert at writing unpublishable books. However, he messed up and completed a publishable novel of speculative fiction (science fiction, literary, urban fantasy, satire mix) where a lonely, unemployed chemist has too much time on his hands. Stanley is currently searching for representation and may soon rely on his inexperience at self publishing.
Lesley Wheeler is the author of Heathen (C&R) and Scholarship Girl (Finishing Line); she co-edited Letters to the World: Poems from the Wom-Po Listserv (Red Hen). Her scholarly books include Voicing American Poetry: Sound and Performance from the 1920s to the Present (Cornell). She earned a PhD in English from Princeton University in 1994 and is now Professor of English at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia.