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Jeremy Broyles is an Arizona native, originally from the Cottonwood-Jerome-Sedona high desert. He earned his B.A. from Doane College, now University, his M.A. from Northern Arizona University, and his MFA in fiction from Wichita State University. He is a professor with nearly twenty years of experience teaching in higher education, and he currently serves as the creative writing program director at Mesa Community College where he has taught since 2017. His stories have appeared in The MacGuffinSanta Clara ReviewRock and a Hard Place MagazineBULL, Pembroke MagazineRed Rock ReviewFatal Flaw, Suburbia Journal, and Reckon Review amongst many others. His novella, What Becomes of Ours, was published in 2014 by ELJ Publications. His novel Flat Water--the story of siblings, surfing, and sharks and what happens when those things come together both in and out of the water--was released by Main Street Rag Press in 2023. He is an aging rider of bicycles, a talentless surfer of waves, and a happily mediocre player of guitars.

*Photo by Corie Howell
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