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Mittens DuBois-Dugan

"Tinky Winky showed Po his special dance with the mittens."
-- Teletubbies "Mittens" Episode

Mittens DuBois-Dugan added Mark Dugan to her family July 24, 1999, right around the same time as the Village's birth. Dugan has been a fixture in Mitten's life for several years. He was her former youth pastor, although Mittens assures us no discretions took place. She credits alphabetical order for bringing the two of them together.

She went to Oklahoma Christian University for a semester, but dropped out to get married to Dugan. "Like several other girls, I just went for my M.R.S. degree," Mittens said of her educational background. She has no further plans to participate in higher education, although she is determined to home-school her future children. They have recently moved away from Oklahoma, and currently delighting in their new church, the Landover Baptist Church.

Instead of accepting traditional literary criticism, Mittens rejects all that is not Christian. She is currently penning a manifesto towards a teen Christian literary approach.

And no, Mittens is not her real name. Her real name is Sarah. She got the name Mittens sixteen years ago. The local newspaper was talking to the members of the Christmas Pagent at her church. When asked what the three wise men brought baby Jesus, she replied "Mittens, because he had cold hands." Her older sister Francine teased her endlessly about it, and the name "Mittens" stuck.


Mittens DuBois-Dugan's Publication History

Note: This index only includes publication in the EastWesterly Review and related journals.

EastWesterly Review: Issue 5
The Puppet Master Paradox in Christian Fiction (Christian Theory: Left Behind?)

EastWesterly Review: Issue 3
A Tale of Two Bushes: George W. and Jeb as the Rulers of Sodom and Gommorah

EastWesterly Review: Issue 2
eBay eXplanations: A Symposium