Stoll, Don

Don StollDon Stoll listened to the Joan Baez recording of “Banks of the Ohio” hundreds of times during his childhood. Don is a Pushcart-nominated writer whose fiction is forthcoming in THE BROADKILL REVIEW, WILD VIOLET, NORTHWEST INDIANA LITERARY JOURNAL, SARASVATI, DOWN AND OUT, HOOSIER NOIR (twice), BRISTOL NOIR, HORLA, COFFIN BELL, RAMBLR (twice), YELLOW MAMA, and FRONTIER TALES, and has appeared within the last year and a half in XAVIER REVIEW, THE MAIN STREET RAG, THE GALWAY REVIEW (, CLEANING UP GLITTER (, GREEN HILLS LITERARY LANTERN (, MINUTE MAGAZINE (, BETWEEN THESE SHORES, HEART OF FLESH (, THE AIRGONAUT (, A NEW ULSTER, PUNK NOIR (, BRISTOL NOIR (, HOOSIER NOIR, CLOSE TO THE BONE (, HORLA (, YELLOW MAMA ( and two stories at, FLASH FICTION MAGAZINE (, PULP MODERN, DARK DOSSIER (four times), THE HELIX, SARASVATI, SAGE CIGARETTES (, ECLECTICA (, EROTIC REVIEW (, CLITERATURE (, HORROR SLEAZE TRASH (, DOWN IN THE DIRT, and CHILDREN, CHURCHES AND DADDIES. In 2008, Don and his wife founded their nonprofit ( to bring new schools, clean water, and clinics emphasizing women’s and children’s health to three contiguous Tanzanian villages.


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