This site is a collection of works of fiction, and any resemblance to actual events, locales, or persons, living or dead, is merely coincidental, except where I intentionally wrote about them. In order to maintain their anonymity in some instances I have changed the names of individuals and places and simply swapped in euphemisms, and or other names similar enough to actual names, so I as an aged author would know and be able to jog my failing synapses, but you as the reader are oblivious to this fact. In order to maintain their anonymity (but in all actuality to avoid legal persecution), in some instances I have changed the names of the innocent and also places, but I know who they are. ( It should noted--as demanded by my Yiddish attorney-- to the reader so as not to hold the author accountable for missrepresentation that this is a satirical disclaimer).
Toni Orban is a English literature major at Notre Dame de Namur University. She is also a student at Stanford University in the continuing studies Creative Writing Program.
Toni has previous journalistic experience writing for the San Matean. She is a free-lance health and fitness writer with past contributions to Planet Muscle and Hard Fitness Magazine. She has several poems published in The Bohemian, and was ranked fourth best new poet on Poetry Soup, December 2015. Toni is looking to expand her writing to include her true passion poetry, creative fiction, and essays. She lives in Woodside, California with her daughter and two dachshunds.