Philip Brunetti writes innovative fiction and poetry and much of his work has been published in various online or paper literary magazines including The Boiler, The Wax Paper, and Identity Theory. His debut novel Newer Testaments, published in 2020 by Atmosphere Press, has been described in The Independent Book Review as 'an innovative existential novel told through hallucinatory poetics' and is available for purchase: (https://www.philipbrunetti.com/)
Bruce Bullen lives in Massachusetts and writes short fiction after a long career in government and the healthcare industry. A piece of historical fiction of his, "Manassas" appeared in the Copperfield Review.
Ivanka Fear is a former teacher now pursuing her passion for writing. She lives in midwestern Ontario, Canada, with her family and cats. Her poems and short stories appear in Spadina Literary Review, Montreal Writes, Adelaide Literary Magazine, October Hill, Scarlet Leaf Review, The Sirens Call, The Literary Hatchet, Understorey, Aphelion, Muddy River Poetry Review, and elsewhere. You can read more about her at https://ivankafear.wixsite.com/mysite
Dillon Fernando is a writer based in Brooklyn, New York. His work can be found in Hobart, Flash Fiction Magazine, Carolina Muse, and more.
Hrishikesh Goswami is a Contemporary Naturalistic poet who fell in love with writing from a young age of 14 when he was at the 9th standard. Hrishikesh Goswami's poems have been featured in The Assam Tribune, the Weaver Magazine, as well as in E platforms like YouTube, Story mirror, Anchor, Spotify, Wattpad, All Poetry, Commaful, Hello Poetry, SoundCloud, Poem Hunter etc. Readers can discover further facts about the poet in Google by keying "POET HRISHIKESH GOSWAMI" for the same.
Mark Jacobs has published five books and 170 stories in magazines including The Atlantic, Playboy, The Baffler, The Iowa Review, Evergreen Review, and The Hudson Review, and Blue Lake Review. A full list of his publications including books can be found at markjacobsauthor.com
Erica Lansdown’s fiction has appeared in the Santa Monica Review, Medium, and elsewhere. She lives in Long Beach and Wrightwood California.
Anna Larsen is a recreational writer from the suburbs outside Philadelphia. Anna has been most successful with her award-winning persuasive essays, but she also enjoys writing creative poetry and short stories. In her free time, Anna loves to play golf and reread Harry Potter.
Sean Lause is an English teacher at Lima Central Catholic in Lima, Ohio. His poems have appeared in The Minnesota Review, The Alaska Quarterly, Another Chicago Magazine, The Beloit Poetry Journal and Illuminations. His books of poetry include Bestiary of Souls (FutureCycle Press, 2013) and The Five and Dime Store of Eternity (Taj Mahal Review, 2021).
Mary Lewis has published stories and essays in journals including Superstition Review, The Woven Tale Press, r.kv.r.y. quarterly, Persimmon Tree, The Spadina Literary Review, Toasted Cheese, RiverSedge, Lost Lake Folk Opera Magazine, Trapeze, Valley Voice, Wapsipinicon Almanac, and a story collection, Frank Walsh’s Kitchen and Other Stories. She has an MFA in creative writing from Augsburg University. She also has an MS in Ecology from the University of Minnesota, and taught in the Biology Department of Luther College in Decorah, Iowa.
Al Maginnes has published four chapbooks and nine full length collections of poetry, most recently The Beasts That Vanish (Blue Horse Press, 2021). Recent poems appear in Lake Effect, MacGuffin, Xavier Review, American Journal of Poetry and many others. Al lives in Raleigh NC and teaches at Louisburg College in Louisburg NC.
Michael Mansaray has studied English at both Gordon College and Bridgewater State University. He currently works for Amazon and lives in southern Massachusetts with my family.
Megan Denese Mealor, along with her husband and son, resides in her native land of Jacksonville, Florida. A survivor of bipolar disorder, she likes to incorporate her kaleidoscopic emotions into her writing. Her poetry and short stories have been published worldwide, most recently in Spillwords, Ginosko Literary Journal, Eunoia Review, and The Stray Branch. Nominated twice for the 2018 Pushcart Prize, Megan has authored two full-length poetry collections: Bipolar Lexicon (Unsolicited Press, 2018) and Blatherskite (Clare Songbirds Publishing House, 2019). Currently, she is studying English at the University of North Florida while caring for her autistic son. Her family, three cats, occupy a cavernous, yet cozy townhouse ornamented with ads for Victorian inventions.