Charles Byrne is a poet and philosopher, recently transplanted to San Francisco from Illinois, with recent or forthcoming publications in Emrys, Poetry Quarterly, and Yes, Poetry.
B. Lynn Carter was born and raised in the Bronx, and graduated from The City College of New York with a B.A. in creative writing. Currently she is enrolled in the Writer’s Institute at Sarah Lawrence College in New York.She is the founder of the “B•X Writers,” which came out of The Bronx Writer’s Center that is affiliated with The Bronx Council of the Arts.
Dennis Donoghue's work has been published in various magazines and journals, most recently in Literary Juice and The Broad River Review.
Michael D. Goscinski is hiding out in the sticks of New York State with a real live poet. He has a “dueling banjos” ringtone on his phone and thanks the Lord every morning that he is not one of the livestock. He currently co-hosts Zygote in my Radio and his column Fish Tacos & Meat Sacks can be found at Zygote in my Coffee. Hate mail and subpoenas should be sent to email@example.com.
Travis Hubbs is a Ph.D. student in English at Louisiana State University. His writing has appeared in A Cappella Zoo, Specter, North Texas Review, Journal of Texas Women Writers, and the American Literary Review blog. He holds a B.A. in English from The University of Texas and an M.A. in Creative Writing from The University of North Texas.
Naomi Ruth Lowinsky's work has been widely published and has appeared or is forthcoming in Argestes, Backwards City Review, Barely South Review, Bogg, Cadillac Cicatrix, The Cape Rock, The Chaffin Journal, Compass Rose, Comstock Review, Darkling, Dogwood Review, Earth’s Daughters, Eclipse, ellipsis…literature and art, Emprise Review, Euphony, Fourth River, Freshwater, G.W. Review, Ibbetson Street Press, Jewish Women’s Literary Annual, Left Curve, Meridian Anthology Of Contemporary Poetry, Monkeybicycle, Nassau Review, The Pinch, Poem, Quiddity, Rattle, Reed Magazine, Runes, Schuylkill Valley Journal Of The Arts, Ship of Fools, Sierra Nevada Review, South Dakota Review, Southern Humanities Review, The Spoon River Poetry Review, The Texas Review, Tightrope, Verdad, Visions International, Weber Studies, Westview, and Willow Review. Her poetry collection, Adagio & Lamentation, was published in July, 2010. Naomi is a Jungian analyst in private practice in Berkeley, CA and the poetry and fiction editor of Psychological Perspectives, which is published by the Los Angeles Jung Institute.
Nancy McKinley has writing in Main Street Rag Short Fiction Anthologies: Commutability: Stories About the Journey from Here to There, a Pushcart Prize nomination, Tattoos, Coming Home, Big Water, The Cortland Review, Issue 53, Becoming Anthology, U of Nebraska, and Colorado Review. She teaches in the M.A./M.F.A. at Wilkes University. She earned her Ph.D. from SUNY-Binghamton, M.A. from Colorado State University, and B.A. from College of the Holy Cross where she was one of the first females at the previously male school.
Glenn Moss is a media lawyer by trade and has been writing poetry since high school. He recently had three poems published in Starry Night Review.
Tom Sheehan served in 31st Regt., Korea, 1951-52. His books are Epic Cures, 2005, and Brief Cases, Short Spans, 2008, Press 53; A Collection of Friends and From the Quickening, 2009, Pocol Press; and three manuscripts tendered. He has 18 Pushcart nominations, in Dzanc Best of the Web 2009, has 300 stories on Rope and Wire Magazine and work in/coming in his 5th issue of Rosebud Magazine and 8th issue of Ocean Magazine. His newest eBooks from Milspeak Publishers are Korean Echoes, 2011 and The Westering, 2012; the latter has been nominated for a National Book Award by the publisher.
Richard Jay Shelton was born in 1946 on a navy base in Coronado, California, but has lived most of his life in Los Angeles. He is a successful artist whose work is in the Smithsonian Institution and other museums around the country. He's painting and writing for forty five years.
Steven Wineman is a writer, parent, mental health worker, and longtime social change activist. His play Jay, or The Seduction was produced at Columbia University. His fiction has appeared in the Conium Review, and his nonfiction has appeared in The Round Table, Voice Male, and Out of Line, as well as a number of online journals. He is the author of The Politics of Human Services (South End Press) and Power-Under: Trauma and Nonviolent Social Change (www.TraumaAndNonviolence.com).