Cara Chamberlain is the author of three books: Hidden Things, The Divine Botany, and Lament of the Antichrist in a Secular World and Other Poems. She received her M.A. in Creative Writing from Purdue University, and has published in Boston Review, Southern Review, Nimrod Literary Review, and many other magazines. A chapbook is forthcoming from Finishing Line Press. She lives in Billings, Montana.
Elizabeth Hill is a retired lawyer. She was an Administrative Law Judge deciding suits between learning disabled children and the school system. Elizabeth lives in Harlem, NYC with her husband and two irascible cats. She grew up in New Hampshire and on Cape Cod. She is an avid walker and enjoy Pilates. Her work is soon to be published in 34th Parallel Magazine and Blue Moon Art & Literary Review.
She writes poetry in the hope that others who read it will share the feelings she expresses. She also writes because she loves words and the process of choosing just the right words to convey a feeling or thought.
J. B. Hogan has published over 270 stories and poems, as well as ten books, including Bar Harbor, Time and Time Again, Mexican Skies, Tin Hollow, Living Behind Time, Losing Cotton, The Rubicon, Fallen, The Apostate, and Angels in the Ozarks (nonfiction, local professional baseball history). He also was a contributing researcher and writer for The Square Book (local history). He lives in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Harrison Kim lives and writes in Victoria, Canada, and this year has had stories published in Bewildering Stories, The Cabinet of Heed, Literally Stories,, and other journals.
Mike Lee is a writer and editor for a trade union magazine in New York City. His work appears in Blue Lake Review, trampset, Ghost Parachute, and many others. A story collection, The Northern Line (Atmosphere), is available. Website: www.mleephotoart.com
VA Smith lives in Fairmount, Philadelphia, her adopted city, where she reads and writes, hikes and bikes, serves as a home chef/caterer and interior design wanna’ be, and loves on her family and friends. VA has published in Review, The Southern Quarterly, Southern Review, Pure Slush’s Growing Up, Uppagus. Yes, Poetry, Corvus Review and forthcoming in Verdad, Silkworm, Parkinson’s Poetry, Quartet, Evening Street Review, and West Trade Review. Her book, Biking Through The Stone Age, will be published by Kelsay Press in 2022.
John Sweet sends greetings from the rural wastelands of upstate NY. He is a firm believer in writing as catharsis, and in the continuous search for an unattainable and constantly evolving absolute truth. His latest poetry collections include A Flag on Fire is A Song of Hope (2019 Scars Publications) and A Dead Man, Either Way (2020 Kung Fu Treachery Press).
Verleen Tucker's work published in the Summerset Review was nominated for Best American Essays. Her novelette, The Trail to Cloud City was published in the anthology, The Mountain Pass. She makes her home in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, four blocks away from one of the best ski mountains in the world.
Jane Vogel is a retired physical therapist and translator. She hangs out with her husband and cats in Phoenix and Minneapolis. You can find her on Twitter @JaneBV4.
Robert Wexelblatt is a professor of humanities at Boston University’s College of General Studies. He has published eight collections of short stories, two books of essays; two short novels, two books of poems, stories, essays, and poems in a variety of journals, and a novel awarded the Indie Book Awards first prize for fiction.