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Chris Malcomb

Chris Malcomb is an English and Creative Writing teacher living in Berkeley, CA. His work has appeared in over a dozen periodicals including the "San Francisco Chronicle Magazine," "The Sun," "Narrative," "Common Ground," "Red Clay Review," and KQED Radio's "Perspectives" series. His essay, "Broken Lines," about teaching fiction to incarcerated men, was selected as a finalist for the 2006 Bechtel prize and published in "Teachers and Writers" magazine. He earned his MFA in Creative Writing from the University of San Francisco and is the founder of The Mindful Writer, through which he offers editing, literary coaching, and classes and workshops combining mindfulness and creative writing.

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