Ryan Bradford writing has appeared in Quarterly West, Paper Darts, Vice, and [PANK], and he’s the founder of the literary horror journal, Black Candies. His novel HORROR BUSINESS is forthcoming from Month9Books. He lives in San Diego. Find him at http://ryancbradford.com/
Berit Ellingsen is a Korean-Norwegian writer whose stories have appeared in Unstuck, SmokeLong Quarterly, elimae, Metazen, and other literary journals. Her short story collection, Beneath the Liquid Skin, was published by firthFORTH Books in 2012. She was also nominated for the Pushcart Prize and the British Science Fiction Award that year. Berit’s novel, The Empty City, was translated and published in French as Une Ville Vide (Publie Monde) in 2013. Find out more at http://beritellingsen.com.
Melanie Griffin lives in Columbia, SC. When she’s not working in HR at her favorite public library, she writes, runs, and watches Doctor Who.
Shoko Hachiya currently lives in Japan. She was a part of Eagles Nest Collective and had art shows at various venues while she was living in San Diego. She continues to make art in Japan and she has a participatory project called Post-Fukushima Stories http://www.postfukushimastories.com, an online gallery of people’s Post-Fukushima nuclear disaster pieces. There is no deadline for submissions.
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, (2013), Mondo Bummer, Meticulous Man (2012), Mud Luscious Press, At The Beach (2011).
Tom Moody is an artist and musician based in New York City. http://www.tommoody.us/
Kenny Mooney is a writer and musician, currently residing in York, England. He was born in Berlin and grew up in England, Scotland and Cyprus. His fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in [PANK], Housefire, Sundog Lit, Atticus Review, and other places online and in print. He is fiction editor for A-Minor Magazine & Press. He blogs at http://www.dragline.co.uk.
Yarrow Paisley lives in the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts. His fiction has appeared in many publications, including Shimmer, Gargoyle, Pear Noir, Sein und Werden, and Dadaoism: An Anthology (Chômu Press). He is co-editor of the online lit mag Gone Lawn. His website is yarrowpaisley.com.
Larry Turtis has recently been published in The Fiddleback and Unsaid. He lives in Brooklyn.
Dawn Wilson A graduate of Bath Spa University in England, Dawn Wilson has had the pleasure to dabble in kitsch, surrealism, and espièglerie. Her work can be found in Rabbit Catastrophe Review, Gone Lawn, Paper Darts Magazine, Apocrypha and Abstractions, Liquid Imagination, and Dr. Hurley’s Snake Oil Cure, and forthcoming from Metazen, Mad Hat Lit, and Punchnel’s while the author herself can be found dismantling the kitchen for wearable items, or at nightdawn.wordpress.com. She is at work on a madcap novel.
Lord Mykil Zep is an artist, musician, and tattooist living between Arizona and Southern California. http://lordmykilzep.blogspot.com/
Thea Zimmer‘s fiction has appeared in Infinity’s Kitchen and Fringe, both featuring her interactive narrative “Cake it!” Thea’s more “traditional” short stories have appeared in such publications as Unlikely Stories of the Third Kind, Hackwriters, Weirdyear, Infective Ink, and Dial Magazine. Her literary nonfiction has appeared in r.kv.r.y quarterly literary journal. http://theazimmer.wordpress.com