Cari Scribner lives in a historic village in upstate New York. She has been a working journalist/freelance writer for more than 20 years. She credits 6 NYS Writers Institute workshops for inspiring her fiction. Her work has been published, or is forthcoming, in the new renaissance, Gravel Magazine, Fiction Southeast, Bartleby Snopes, Brilliant Flash Fiction, New World Writing, The Tishman Review, Vending Machine Press and Drunk Monkeys. Cari is an assistant editor at Bartleby Snopes. She is at work on a memoir about growing up with a father with schizophrenia. Her little white house is on a sidewalk, and her small dogs Miloh and Syd bark incessantly at everyone walking by.
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