Wendy Cobourne is a journalist and college writing tutor who spends her extra time on creative writing. Her first poetry submission was to a contest for youngsters to Ladies’ Home Journal at age eight. The winning entry was later to be discovered as plagiarized. So she learned to accept a “declined” submission at an early age. She’s recently had a poem, short story, and a microfiction piece published in several online journals.
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