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Jan Hamlett

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Jan Hamlett is a native Tennessean who now lives in Little Rock, Arkansas with her husband, Curt, and one of her two grand-cats. She has two grown children who reside in Texas and Louisiana, a second grand-cat and one grand-dog.

Jan has had stories published in Women Alive and The Wittenburg Door, and one of her poems has been printed in Grit. Also, one story, “Mary Martha Has Tea with Jesus,” has been reprinted in the book Finding Quiet in a Noisy World. Now she is happy to have her work included in Bewildering Stories. Currently she is looking for a publisher for her book, A Month of Sundaes, a collection of thirty-one “ice-cream flavored” meditations for baby-boomer “chicks.”

A few favorite activities of this former English teacher include spending time with family and friends, traveling, doing “girl stuff,” watching SEC college football, and trying to keep plants alive. (She also sometimes enjoys diagramming sentences in her head, but she usually doesn’t share that with people because they view it as abnormal behavior.)

Jan is grateful to Bewildering Stories for including her work and to all who take a few moments to read it.

Copyright © 2009 by Jan Hamlett

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Prose Fiction
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