Brian Michael Barbeito

Brian Michael Barbeito resides in Southern Ontario, Canada. Work recently appears at venues such as Fiction International and Baphash Literary and Arts Magazine. Brian is the author of Chalk Lines (Fowl Pox Press, 2013), and is currently at work on the ongoing photo essay titled Mosaics: Journeys through Landscapes Urban and Rural.

Liesl Nunns

Liesl Nunns completed a doctorate in Classical Languages and Literature at the University of Oxford in 2011. She co-edits a literary journal, Headland, and her work has been published in Southerly, Hawai’i Review, Two Thirds North, Takahe, Print-Oriented Bastards, Ember,, and Hippocampus Magazine. She lives in Wellington, New Zealand.

Marion Agnew

Marion Agnew’s fiction and creative nonfiction have appeared in literary journals, including Malahat Review and Room, and in Best Canadian Essays (2012 and 2014). She lives and writes in Shuniah, Ontario from an office overlooking Lake Superior.

Lita Kurth

Wisconsin-born Lita Kurth, California-ized over the years, teaches writing formally, informally, and inadvertently. Watch for her DIY online classes on Facebook! Published in three genres and many litmags, she has had two works nominated for a Pushcart Prize and won a 2014 Diana Woods Memorial Prize from Lunchticket. In 2013, she co-founded San Jose’s Flash […]

Noriko Nakada

Noriko Nakada writes, blogs, tweets, parents, and teaches middle school in Los Angeles. She is committed to writing thought-provoking works of creative non-fiction, fiction, and poetry. Publications include two book-length memoirs: Through Eyes Like Mine and Overdue Apologies, and excerpts, essays, and poetry in Meridian, Specter, Hippocampus, and The Rising Phoenix Review.

Andrew Boden

Andrew Boden’s short stories, essays, and poetry have appeared in The Journey Prize Stories 22, The New Quarterly, Prairie Fire, Other Voices, Vancouver Review, and Descant. His story “The Parts of Ourselves Without Names” was a recent honorable mention in Glimmer Train’s “Family Matters” fiction contest. Andrew is also co-editor of the anthology Hidden Lives: […]


A.P.’s work appears in Hot Metal Bridge, Journal of Compressed Creative Arts, and Hermeneutic Chaos.

Fabrice Poussin

Fabrice Poussin teaches French and English at Shorter University. Author of novels and poetry, his work has appeared in Kestrel, Symposium, The Chimes, and dozens of other magazines. His photography has been published in The Front Porch Review, the San Pedro River Review, and more than 170 other publications.

Jim Krosschell

Jim Krosschell divides his life into three parts: growing up for 29 years, working in science publishing for 29 years, and now writing in Massachusetts and Maine. His essays are widely published; a collection of his Maine-themed essays will be published in One Man’s Maine (May 2017) by Green Writers Press. His book Owls Head […]

Beth Sherman

Beth Sherman received an MFA in creative writing from Queens College, where she teaches in the English department. Her fiction has been published in The Portland Review, KYSO, Black Fox Literary Magazine, Sandy River Review, Blue Lyra Review, Panoplyzine, Sun Star Literary Magazine, Peacock Journal, 3Elements Review, Rappahannock Review, Gloom Cupboard, and The Delmarva Review, […]