Malea Baer holds an MFA in Writing from Sarah Lawrence College. Her work has appeared in The Sacramento Bee, The Westchester Review, and on the website Literacyhead. In addition to being a writer and artist, Malea is also a single, homeschooling mom, and teaches English.
Melodie Corrigall is a Canadian writer whose stories have previously appeared in Blue Lake Review, Bartleby Snopes, FreeFall, Six Minute Magazine, Mouse Tales, and Switchback. http://melodiecorrigall.wordpress.com.
Mitch Grabois was born in the Bronx and now lives in Denver. His poetry and short fiction has appeared in over eighty literary magazines, most recently Memoir Journal, Out of Our, and Turbulence (England). His short story, “Purple Heart” appeared in last Spring’s The Examined Life. His novel, Two-Headed Dog, published by Xavier Vargas E-ditions, is available for all e-readers for only 99 cents through Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Smashwords (which also provides downloads to PC’s).
Lizzy Huitson has had poetry published in various journals and magazines, including The Waterhouse Review, GlassFire Magazine and Vine Leaves Literary Journal. She has also published an ebook of poetry, titled Honeycomb Bones. https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/276356
Michael Lee Johnson is a poet, freelance writer and small business owner of custom imprinted promotional products and apparel: www.promoman.us, from Itasca, Illinois. He is heavily influenced by: Carl Sandburg, Robert Frost, William Carlos Williams, Irving Layton, Leonard Cohen, and Allen Ginsberg. His new poetry chapbook with pictures, titled From Which Place the Morning Rises, and his new photo version of The Lost American: from Exile to Freedom are available at: http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/promomanusa. The original version of The Lost American: from Exile to Freedom, can be found at: http://www.iuniverse.com/bookstore/book_detail.asp?isbn=0-595-46091-7. New Chapbook: Challenge of Night and Day, and Chicago Poems, by Michael Lee Johnson: http://www.lulu.com/product/paperback/challenge-of-night-and-day-and-chicago-poems-%28night%29/12443733?productTrackingContext=search_results/search_shelf/center/2. Michael has been published in over 25 countries. He is also editor/publisher of seven poetry sites, all open for submission, which can be found at his Web site: http://poetryman.mysite.com. All of his books are now available on Amazon.com.
Tom Joyce was born in Cleveland, Ohio. Tom graduated from Miami University of Ohio in 1959 and went on to jobs in administration and criminology. He served in Vienna, Austria, as a U.S. Army counterintelligence agent, and he received his Ph.D. from Cornell University in 1973. A member of the American Society of Criminology, he has taught, trained, and lectured in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. He is currently employed with the U.S. Department of Labor.
Daniel Lowe has had his work published in West Branch, The Nebraska Review, The Montana Review, The Wisconsin Review, The Writing Room, The Bridge, The Paterson Literary Review, Ellipsis, Blue Stem, and other literary journals and anthologies.
Alexis Pernsteiner is an American writer and translator living in French Catalonia. Her work has appeared in Words without Borders and Asymptote Journal, and will be published in a forthcoming issue of Zymbol Magazine.
Kate Quick recently published an essay in Cirque Journal, and is in the final stages of revising a collection of essays, of which "Fish Mox" is a part. She currently lives in Sutton, Alaska, and teaches English classes for the University of Alaska Anchorage.
Anina Robb is a 42 year old poet living in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia with her husband and two neat kids. She earned a MFA from Sarah Lawrence College, and has published poems in Nebo, The White Pelican Review, Rilvendel, Oatmeal and Poetry, and Emerge.
Ryan Shoemaker’s fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in the Santa Monica Review, Hawai’i Review, Grist: A Journal for Writers, Weber: The Contemporary West, and the MacGuffin. He lives in Burbank, California with his wife, Jennifer, and two children, Kieran and Haven.