Mitchell Waldman

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'''Upcoming work''' -- More of Waldman's fiction and poetry is scheduled to appear soon in ''[[The Bond Street Review]]'', ''[[The Machinery--A Literary Collection]]'',  ''[[Scarlet Leaf Review]]'', ''[[Poems2go]]'', and ''[[The Legendary]]''.  
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'''Upcoming work''' -- More of Waldman's fiction and poetry is scheduled to appear soon in ''[[The Bond Street Review]]'', ''[[The Machinery--A Literary Collection]]'',  ''[[Scarlet Leaf Review]]'', ''[[Poems2go]]'', ''[[Baby Lawn Literature]]'', and ''[[The Legendary]]''.  
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===Editorial roles===
===Editorial roles===
Waldman is the Fiction Editor for Blue Lake Review, established in 2010. Waldman also co-edited (with Diana May-Waldman), '''Wounds of War: Poets for Peace''' which includes the work of many notable writers and poets, including William Heyen, Brandon Wilson and Patricia Janus, and was co-editor (with Diana May-Waldman) of '''Hip Poetry 2012''' (Wind Publications, 2012).
Waldman is the Fiction Editor for Blue Lake Review, established in 2010. Waldman also co-edited (with Diana May-Waldman), '''Wounds of War: Poets for Peace''' which includes the work of many notable writers and poets, including William Heyen, Brandon Wilson and Patricia Janus, and was co-editor (with Diana May-Waldman) of '''Hip Poetry 2012''' (Wind Publications, 2012).
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===Personal life and education===
===Personal life and education===
Waldman grew up in Skokie, Illinois, where he attended Niles North High School. He was subsequently a student at the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, where he studied with fiction writers Mark Costello and Paul Friedman. He later studied at the University of Texas at Austin, for a short time, and subsequently received a JD at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois.
Waldman grew up in Skokie, Illinois, where he attended Niles North High School. He was subsequently a student at the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, where he studied with fiction writers Mark Costello and Paul Friedman. He later studied at the University of Texas at Austin, for a short time, and subsequently received a JD at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois.

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