Bronwyn Mauldin


Bronwyn Mauldin is the author of the novel Love Songs of the Revolution, and the short story collection The Streetwise Cycle. She is a past winner of The Coffin Factory (now Tweed’s) magazine’s very short story contest. Her work has appeared at Akashic Books, Literature for Life, Necessary Fiction, CellStories, Clamor magazine and other places. She was as a finalist for the Gold Line Press 2016 Fiction Chapbook Contest and the Lit POP Festival 2017 Fiction contest. She is the award-winning creator of The Democracy Series zine collection, which was exhibited as part of the 2017 All Media Show at the Irvine Fine Arts Center. In September 2016 she was Artist in Residence at Mesa Verde National Park.

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The Streetwise Cycle
You set the price! Words: 9,190. Language: English. Published: May 31, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Urban
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The Streetwise Cycle is a series of nine interconnected short stories about people living unexpectedly interconnected lives on the streets of Los Angeles. A view of the city from people who sleep on its streets.

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