William C. Blome writes short fiction and poetry. He beds down nightly in-between Baltimore and Washington, DC, and he swiped a master’s degree once from the Johns Hopkins University Writing Seminars. His work has previously seen the light of day in such fine little mags as Amarillo Bay, Prism International, Laurel Review, The Oyez Review, Orion headless, Salted Feathers, and The California Quarterly. Willie believes plot is the most overrated element of fiction, and thinness is the least attractive physical trait in women.
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