The Writers and Artists inEchoes
NOTE: Bios were provided by the writers and were current as of the date originally prepared.
TU (updated October 14,1997)
Dianne M. Teesdale currently resides in Philadelphia withher son Jimmy and their kitten Smokey (aka "Cujo"). She stumbled onwriting after a four-year stint in the Army and twelve years on thefront lines as a customer service rep for Bell of Pennsylvania. Sheattributes her success and sanity in part to writing, which shelikens to "weaving a tapestry on paper."(10/95) "Adrift"- Issue #5
The Lone Driver made his first public appearance as aregular feature on WMMT-Radio, in Whitesburg, Kentucky. Some yearsago he gave up his home in suburban New Jersey and took to the roadin a pickup camper, in a continuing search for knowledge and meaning.The Lone Driver is a regular feature of Echoes, and we lookforward to more of his experiences and adventures in future issues.(4/96) .
"The Strange Paths of Knowledge"
Issue #8 (Memorial Day 1996)
"Picture of a Soldier"
Issue #13 (Memorial Day 1996)
Mark Thoma works as a social worker by day and writesfiction as often as he can. He likes to dig in his garden and toss asqueaky rubber ball for his Schnauzer. (8/96)"The Story of Braille" - Issue #15
John H. Timmerman is a professor of English at CalvinCollege, in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He is the author of fourteenbooks, and has published short stories in journals including TexasReview, Cottonwood Review, and Western Humanities Review.His most recent novel is Valley of the Shadow (IntervarsityPress, 1994). (2/95) "Visitation" -Issue #7
Charles Tinkham, a native of Hammond, Indiana, teachesphilosophy and creative writing at Purdue University - Calumet. Hehas been publishing poetry for over thirty years, and his work hasappeared in Accent, Bitterroot, The Beloit Poetry Journal, andothers. Two of his favorite authors are Anton Chekov and WallaceStevens. (8/94) "The Algonquin"- Issue #4
Gary Tinsley lives in the "flatlands" of northern Illinoiswith his wife Lisa and daughter Samantha. He spent many years workingin the field of heating, ventilation and air conditioning, and nowteaches HVAC at nearby community colleges. "I have never been, norwill I ever be, politically correct." (6/96)"Divorce"- Issue #14
Alan Tollefson -- Illustrations- Issue #18
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