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Some slut contributors have work published on this website, while others have not.
Here is the complete list of contributors and their stories:
Andrew Bowles - Give it a go
Nancy Chapple - S. L. U. T.
Joanna Delooze - Perfect Choice
Doris Dembosky - Nice Girls
Jennifer Donnell - Why Not Guacamole
Elaine Donovan - The Shallow End
Cheryl Anne Gardner - Lessons from the Gridiron: Voyeurism and Gingivitis
William Henderson - Fragments
Gill Hoffs - Slut's Pennies
Phillis Ideal - Crossed
David James Keaton - Three Minutes
Len Kuntz - Sex in the Time of Now
Maude Larke - Hostage
Vanessa Weibler Paris - Two Marshmallows Stacked
Pedro Ponce - Housekeeping
Matt Potter - Espresso
Stephen V. Ramey - Red Light
Sally Reno - Ulysses, sailing
John Riley - My Own Gun
Mark Rosenblum - Hot Ocean Breeze
Karen Eileen Sikola - Extraction from Lackey Place
Joseph Szewczyk - Duck Boy
Susan Tepper - Idle River
Nathaniel Tower - Easy Mourning
Meg Tuite - Penicello
Michael Webb - Dealbreaker
Tiffany White - Clocks
An American in Berlin, Nancy writes about people, sex and love, classical music, and herself. Recently debuting a performance piece with spoken word and live piano playing, her current projects include interview-based radio plays on childlessness and aging, and character portraits to be performed in German and English.
Doris Dembosky, a teacher and journalist, lives in Westcliffe, Colorado. When not reading like a writer – always seeking to learn the tricks of the trade – she writes essays, short stories and poetry. A political junkie, she tries hard to keep her editorializing under control. Check out her blog at http://timeout2.wordpress.com
Happily married woman living in Florida. I grew up with my nose in a book and writing poetry my mother called smut. I read several books a week, and like to attend cultural events with my husband, take our dogs for walks, and go on vacation.
Pedro Ponce is the author of Homeland: A Panorama in 50 States, a novella published in 2011 by Seven Kitchens Press. His stories have appeared recently in Arroyo Literary Review, PANK, birdsong, and the anthologies Art from Art and RE:Telling. He teaches at St. Lawrence University in Canton, New York.