lives in Benghazi, Libya, and holds a B.A. in English. He likes fishing
John Amen has work in Ludlow
Press Journal, Samsara
Quarterly, and Three
Candles; and edits The
Pedestal Magazine. His first book of poetry is scheduled
for release this year.
Grace Bedwell lives with
various family members and three cats while awaiting the end of high school.
She has nervous hands, likes hip
bones, and never knows what shes doing. Work of hers has recently
appeared in Sometimes
City and Stirring.
Teri Browning is an alternative
educator living in the Appalachian mountains of southeastern Kentucky.
Her works have appeared in Avatar
Review, Birchlane, Zuzus
Petals Quarterly, and elsewhere.
Howard Good is a professor of
Journalism at the State University of New YorkNew Paltz and the
author of seven books, the latest being Media
Ethics Goes to the Movies (with Michael Dillon). His poetry has
appeared in numerous literary journals and e-zines.
Brandon Hobson holds an M.A.
in Creative Writing from the University of Central Oklahoma. He recently
completed a young adult novel. He lives with his dog Chaucer.
Prasenjit Maiti is Senior Lecturer
in Political Science at Burdwan University, West Bengal, India. His publication
credits include Eclectica,
Green Queen, In
Posse Review, Monkey Kettle, Nightingale, Paper Wasp, Poetry Depth
Quarterly, Pulsar, and Skald.
Spencer Ryan has lived most
of his life in Missouri, where he studied poetry, Russian, and the migratory
habits of daydreams. Recently, he was reincarnated as a software engineer
and a Texan.
John Sweet lives in Upstate
New York with his wife and son. He has been writing for twenty years,
and publishing in the small press for the past fourteen. Recent work of
his is in Buzzwords, Moria,
and Spinning Jenny.
Phippy Venable holds a a
degree in Social Work and does grantwriting, research, and fundraising
for Appalachian Resources. She has a chapbookIndian Wind Songand
poems in publications such as Appalachian Journal, Apples
& Oranges, and Southern