MM Wittle is a professor of writing with an MFA from Rosemont College in Creative Writing. The play, “Family Guidance” had a reading at the Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia, PA and was selected for honorable mentioned at the 5th Annual Philadelphia Theatre Workshop’s Playwriting Competition. “The Education of Allie Rose” was a finalist in the Philadelphia Ethical Society Playwriting competition and was shortlisted in the Windsor Fringe Kenneth Branagh Award for New Drama in England. MM’s work has appeared in Nailpolish Stories, Transient, The Bond Street Review, Free Flash Fiction, The Fox Chase Review, The Lit Garden, Philly Flash Inferno, and The Four Quarters. For the past seven years, MM has been a fiction board member of the local non-profit literary magazine, Philadelphia Stories and has worked as the director of PS Books. Currently, MM is an Assistant Editor for Philadelphia Poets.  Follow MM Wittle on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/MMWittle.

 

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4 Responses to “About”

  1. brucejberger Says:

    Hello, MM Wittle. I googled you because you had signed up for the Gettysburg Conference on Writing and I’d read your story “Stanley.” I wrote comments before I learned you would not attend. Please let me know by email if you want me to send them to you.

    1. mwittle Says:

      Hi Bruce. I will be at the Gettysburg Review Conference; I switched groups. If you could, please email me your story so I can give you feedback at mmwittle@gmail.com. Also you could attach my story or just hand it to me at the conference. Whatever works best for you. I look forward to meeting you in person soon.

  2. brucejberger Says:

    I’ll will send you my story directly, but please don’t feel obligated to comment upon it. I’ll also email my comments. I look forward to meeting you at the conference and I’m particularly interested in your blog, please I have one going on wordpress, too, but it does not get much play.

    1. mwittle Says:

      Oh man, blogs can be tricky. Let me know your site so I can come along and say hello.
      Also you took the time to comment on my story; I will comment on yours.
      I’m so excited for this conference. 😉

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