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Sebnem E. Sanders

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Sebnem Erisen Sanders is a native of Istanbul, Turkey. Currently she lives on the eastern shores of the Southern Aegean where she dreams and writes Flash Fiction and Flash Poesy, as well as longer works of fiction. Her flash stories have been published on the Harper Collins Authonomy Blog, The Drabble, Sick Lit Magazine, Twisted Sister Lit Mag, Spelk Fiction, Three Drops from the Cauldron, The Bosphorus Review of Books and The Rye Whiskey Review. She has a completed manuscript, The Child of Heaven, and two works in progress, The Child of Passion and The Lost Child.

Her debut book, Ripples on the Pond, a collection of short and flash fiction stories, was published in December 2017.

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The Hunter by Sebnem E. Sanders


Many thanks to the Editor in Chief, Paul D. Brazill, for publishing my story, Tha Hunter at Punk noir Magazine.


Season’s Greeting and wishes for much health and prosperity in the New Year!

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