Susan Gunter studied poetry with James Dickey and Andrea Hollander. Her poems have been published in Poet Lore, Paper Nautilus, Semaphore, and Atlanta Review. In addition, she published a biography of William James’s wife Alice and edited two editions of Henry James’s letters, one to powerful women and another to his gay lovers. She lives in Santa Rosa, CA.
William Miller is a widely-published poet and children's author. His poems have appeared in Prairie Schooner, Shenandoah, The Southern Review and The South Carolina Review. He lives in the French Quarter of New Orleans.
Mir-Yashar Seyedbagheri is a graduate of Boise State University, with a BA in political science. His short-stories have been published or are forthcoming in The Fat City Review, Postcard Shorts, The Bookends Review, Apocrypha and Abstractions, Microfiction Monday, The Turk's Head Review, Monkeybicycle, Blue Lake Review, The Molotov Cocktail, Brilliant Flash Fiction, FRXTL, Extract (s): Daily Dose of Lit, the NewerYork Press, and The Linnet's Wings. He lives in Boise, Idaho.
Lana Bella has a diverse work of poetry and flash fiction anthologized, published and forthcoming with more than seventy journals, including Aurorean Poetry, Chiron Review, Contrary Magazine, Eunoia Review, Linden Avenue Journal, New Plains Review, The Criterion Journal, The Ignatian Review, The Offbeat Literary and Featured Artist with Quail Bell Magazine, among others. She resides in the coastal town of Nha Trang, Vietnam with her novelist husband and two frolicsome imps. https://www.facebook.com/niaallanpoe
Arika Elizenberry is a native of Las Vegas, Nevada. She is an assistant poetry editor of Helen: A Literary Magazine. Her work has appeared in publications such as 300 Days of Sun, Toasted Cheese, Blue Lyra Review, Open Road Review, the Silver Compass, and Neon Dreams amongst others. She has an associates in Creative Writing and is currently working on her bachelors in English.
jennifer jazz is a New York based memoirist closely associated with the eighties East Village art scene, jazz's writing has appeared in magazines that include Warscapes, A Gathering of the Tribes, and Sensitive Skin, In early 2014, her remembrance of the painter Jean-Michel Basquait was published on the Afropunk website.
Marcus Haynes is a perfect example of the scholar/writer hybrid. He received his Bachelor of Arts in English from Alcorn State University in 2012 and his Master of Arts in English from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in 2014. Many of his creative works are featured in Alcorn State University yearbooks and in literary journals such as Canyon Voices and T/OUR magazine. He describes his fiction as experimental realism dealing with the lives of the underrepresented, which coincides with his scholarly interests in marginalized groups. He takes pride in exploring different ways of presenting his stories through varying viewpoints.
Susan Dale’s poems and fiction are on Hurricane Press, Ken *Again, Penman Review, Inner Art Journal, Feathered Flounder, Garbanzo, and Linden Avenue. In 2007, she won the grand prize for poetry from Oneswan. She has two published chapbooks on the internet: Spaces Among Spaces by languageandculture.org and Bending the Spaces of Time by Barometric Pressure.
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