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| "I am a writer and educator from Inglewood, California. I hold a master's degree in English from Loyola Marymount University. I also hold a bachelor's degree in History from Loyola Marymount University and an associate degree in History from El Camino College. I have taught English at East Los Angeles College since 2000. I have taught Literature online for Colorado Technical University since 2010. I have also taught English at Pasadena City College, Santa Monica College, California State University at Dominguez Hills, Langston University, DeVry University, West Los Angeles College, Los Angeles Southwest College, Los Angeles City College, and Harbor College.
My writing appears in such publications as Easy Reader, Torrance People, Other Worlds, Wrapped in Plastic, and Games Unplugged. My poetry appears in the anthologies An Island of Egrets, Faces of Love, Tales on the Twisted Side, and Sci Fi Fan II. I am a regular contributor to The Sorcerer's Scrolls (a role-playing gaming magazine) and The Write Stuff! (the newsletter of The Southwest Manuscripters Writers Club). I am the winner of the Shakespeare Award for my poem, "My Ode to Joy." Please visit my website at http://dan_lambert.homestead.com/