Jenny Terpsichore Abeles has most recently been published in Lackington’s Magazine and Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet. She is currently taking a break from making magical bedizenments and teaching magic courses to train English teachers in Armenia, where she is having many adventures with her two cats.
J Cole: When Jedd Cole is not writing stories, one can find him brooding over the pages of other worlds both real and imaginary (but mostly imaginary), usually accompanied by his wonderful wife. His stories have appeared or are forthcoming in Daily Science Fiction, Bewildering Stories, and Plasma Frequency Magazine, among several others. Find him, his work, and his creative writing blog at electricdidact.weebly.com.
• Has difficulty answering commonly asked questions such as Where are you from? and What do you do?
• No special dietary restrictions
• Constantly loses things
• Has collaborated with a partner to create another being through sexual reproduction
• Lives in Beijing, China
Charles Haddox lives in El Paso, Texas. His work can be found in a number of journals including Folio, Concho River Review, The Raven Chronicles, and Danse Macabre. You can read more about Zoë and her friends in Sein und Werden, the Wunderkammer issue, Chicago Quarterly Review, Volume 15, and Forge Journal, 7.1.
Tina Hyland is a student in the MFA program at UC San Diego. Her work has appeared or is upcoming in BESTIARY: The Best of the Inaugural Demi-Decade of A cappella Zoo, Barge Press, theNewerYork, decomP, and other print and online journals. She sometimes tweets @annanimh.
Owen Kaelin lives alternately in Boston and northeast Connecticut, edits the webjournal Gone Lawn, was a founding member of the Step Chamber literary collective and is currently co-writing a literary computer fantasy game, presently titled The Pale City.
Jason Kane lives in Pennsylvania. He has had work appear in places like Juked, Pear Noir!, and Gone Lawn, among others.
Madeleine Kannan is an undergraduate studying psychology and creative writing at the University of Colorado Boulder.
Mark McKee Jr. is asleep right now. His work has appeared in Thaumatrope and Space Squid.
Neila Mezynski is author of Glimpses and A Story (2013) from Scrambler Books; pamphlets from Greying Ghost Press; echapbooks from Radioactive Moat Press and Patasola Press; chapbooks from Folded Word Press, Men Who Understand Girls (2012), Nap Chapbook, Floaters (2012); Deadly Chaps Press, Dancers On Rock (2011), Warriors (2014), Mondo Bummer, Meticulous Man (2012), Mud Luscious Press, At The Beach (2011).
PANCA is an artist who lives and works in Tijuana, Mexico. You can find more of her work at: http://aypanca.tumblr.com/
Claudio Parentela: Born in 1962 in Catanzaro, Italy, where he lives and works, Claudio Parentela is an illustrator, painter, photographer, mail artist, cartoonist, collagist, and freelance journalist who has been active for many years in the international contemporary art scene. He has collaborated and he collaborates with many, many zines, magazines of contemporary art, literature, and comics in Italy and around the world, on paper and on the web. http://www.claudioparentela.net
Jason Plein is a writer in Seattle. He works for a large software company.
AE Reiff: Bio: Encouragements for Such
Marcus Slease was born in Portadown, N. Ireland but moved to Las Vegas at age 12 to become Mormon. He is no longer Mormon or a resident of Vegas. Recent fiction and poetry have appeared in: Word Riot, Banango Street, Coconut, Forklift Ohio, Monkeybicycle, Everyday Genius, Spork, NAP, Dogzplot, InDigest, and others. His latest books are a chapbook novella entitled The House of Zabka (a bizarro postmodern fairy tale from Poland) http://deathlesspress.com/ and a book of modern lyrical ballads from South Korea entitled Mu (so) Dream (window): http://www.poorclaudia.org/index.php He lives in London and teaches English as a foreign language. He is finishing up his first novel: The House of Zabka. Stuff happens at The House of Zabka: www.marcusslease.tumblr.com