Jacqueline Frasca is the editor-in-chief of East Coast Ink literary magazine and spends her time obsessively photographing her two dogs and unapologetically being one of the “those” vegans. She forgets her reading glasses far too often and reads mostly memoir, poetry, and YA, because abandoning this world in favor of another’s is less painful than being abandoned. http://ecimagazine.tumblr.com
John Grey is an Australian poet, US resident. Recently published in New Plains Review, South Carolina Review, Gargoyle and the anthology, No Achilles with work upcoming in Big Muddy Review, Main Street Rag and Spoon River Poetry Review.
James Croal Jackson
James Croal Jackson graduated from Baldwin Wallace University with degrees in film and creative writing. Some of his poems have recently appeared in Whale Road Review, Rust+Moth, and Ping-Pong. He moved from Los Angeles to Columbus, OH after a summer spent living in his Ford Fiesta across thirty-seven states. Find more of his work at http://jimjakk.com.
Nolan Liebert hails from the Black Hills where he lives with his wife and children. His proximity to the Sanford Underground Research Facility feeds his obsession with dark matter, as his farmboy roots fed his obsession with herbs and alchemy. His literary experiments appear or are forthcoming in An Alphabet of Embers, Liminality, and elsewhere. You can find him editing Pidgeonholes or on Twitter @nliebert. http://nolanliebert.wordpress.com/
Denny Marshall has had art, poetry, and fiction published. Some recently. Mostly does artwork. Does not have any books or books for sale. He is plain. If he was paid for rejected submissions he would be rich. See more of his works at http://www.dennymarshall.com
Anushree Nande is a Mumbai-based writer, editor and proofreader with MA & BA Creative Writing degrees from Edge Hill University. She has short stories, essays and poems published on platforms like CommuterLit, When Women Waken, Flash Fiction Online, Litro, Thresholds, Yellow Chair Review, 3AM and Cadaverine among others. Anushree also writes about football, books, movies, TV for websites, blogs and literary magazines. Her micro-fiction collection, 55 Words, is now available on Amazon as a part of Underground Voices’ E-Series. https://writerchickanu.wordpress.com/
Voima Oy lives on the western rim of Chicago, near the expressway and the Blue Line trains. Her writing can be found in the Flash Dogs anthologies and online at Paragraph Planet, Visual Verse, Microcosms and The Angry Hourglass. Proud FlashDog. http://welcometoveridian.wordpress.com
Mica Standing Soldier
Mica is a young female author cursed with a melodramatic disposition.