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Heloise Jones

Heloise Jones (writer, mentor, and editorial mentor) specializes in assisting writers, artists, along with other creatives getting to the heart of what it is that they have to move forward & complete their jobs. All things and composing are her passion. As a writer, she loves the trip of discovery in writing fiction and essays, the rhythm and soul in poetry, as well as the challenge of engaging viewers in a way that encourages them viewing and experiencing the world in new ways.

She knows what becoming beyond stuck and lasting creative liberty mean, and all the manners creatives get waylaid. Her book The Writer’s Block Myth is really a culmination of her expertise in countless hours of conversations and use writers, artists, musicians, and creatives. In addition to interview-conversations conducted with authors of all levels, interests, and expertise.

Heloise’s recognitions include a Pushcart Prize nomination for her poem, 'The Altar of Birds' plus also a contributing composition from the book, "What I Wish for You," by Patti Digh. Her sculpture and mixed media visual art hang in many lovers’ homes.

She resides in one of her favorite places on Earth, Santa Fe, NM.

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Vicki Spandel

Vicki Spandel—a writer who's passionate about the teaching of writing—is writer, editor, journalist, and a former language arts teacher. She’s composed a vast range of items (including newspaper columns, faculty telecourses, journal articles, tips, advertising-- also copy to menus!) But is best known for educational books that creatively combine composing literature, traits, process, and writing workshop. Her novels are conversations with teachers, so that she does her very best to fulfill them with practical teaching ideas, comedy, and voice.

In 1984, Vicki coordinated the 17-member instructor team (at Beaverton, Oregon)which developed the first, nationally recognized 6-trait version for writing assessment and instruction. Since that time, she has taught trait-based writing to tens of thousands of educators and students (most of whom were prepared), also has served as scoring manager for many county, state, and district writing tests.

Vicki is the author of over 40 publications for teachers and pupils, such as Creating Writers, 6th edition and Creating Young Writers, 3rd edition (Pearson); The Building Revisers and Editors series (Pearson); The 9 Rights of Every Writer (Heinemann); also (with co-author Jeff Hicks)The Write Traits Classroom Kits and Compose Traits Kindergarten (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt).

Currently, she makes her home in the tiny picturesque town of Sisters, bordering the beautiful Three Sisters Wilderness area of Central Oregon. She resides in a log house made by her husband Jerry, moves cross country skiing every chance she gets, visits Maui now and again --where she likes to snorkel, and is working on several picture books, all of them about creatures. She is also teaching her eight-year-old grandson Jack to ski, and except for he's doing remarkably well. (Jack believes Vicki's improving, too.)

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Dinty W. Moore

Dinty W. Moore was born and raised in Erie, Pennsylvania, and spent his formative years fishing for bluegill, riding a bicycle with a banana seat, also scattering the Sisters of St. Joseph. He also earned a BA in writing in the University of Pittsburgh, worked briefly as a journalist, and also served brief stints as a documentary filmmaker, modern dance performer, zookeeper, and Greenwich Village waiter. It was just after failing at every one of these professions that he proceeded to earn an MFA in fiction writing from Louisiana State University.

A National Endowment for the Arts fellowship recipient, Moore has guest taught creative nonfiction conventions across the USA and in Europe. In addition to editing the online journal, Brevity, he is on the editorial board of Creative Nonfiction magazine.

Moore teaches writing at Ohio University.

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