Prose Contributors – Issue 2

Sarah Bigham
Sarah reads, teaches, and writes in Maryland where she lives with her kind chemist wife, their three independent cats, and a rather unwieldy herb garden.

Rebecca Harrison
Rebecca sneezes like Donald Duck and can be summoned by a cake signal in the sky. Her best friend is a dog who can count. Through the WoMentoring Project, she was chosen by Kirsty Logan as her mentee. Rebecca’s been nominated for Best of the Net, and was a finalist in the first Wyvern Lit flash fiction contest. Her stories can also be read at Rose Red Review, Maudlin House, Luna Station Quarterly, and elsewhere. BluebellHunter

Andrea N. Macalino
Andrea graduated with honors in 2010 from the Ateneo de Manila University. In 2011, she was a fellow for fiction at the Silliman University National Writers Workshop. In 2012, she published her first collection of short stories under Boutique Books, for the 3rd Better Living Through Xeroxography (BLTX), a small press expo. She is currently working on her M.A. in Comparative Literature at the University of the Philippines, Diliman. She also serves as editorial assistant for Kritika Kultura, the semi-annual, peer-reviewed international electronic journal of literary, language, and cultural studies of the Department of English, Ateneo de Manila.  Writing Like a Hell Kitten

Alina Stefanescu
Alina was born in Romania, raised in Alabama, and reared by the love-ghost of Tom Waits and Hannah Arendt. She lives in Tuscaloosa with her partner and three small native mammal species. Her story, “White Tennis Shoes” won the 2015 Ryan R. Gibbs Flash Fiction Award. You can read her poetry and prose in current issues of PoemMemoirStory, Tinge Magazine, Jellyfish Review, Lunch Ticket, and others. alinastefanescu.com

Anne Elizabeth Weisgerber
Anne Elizabeth has recent stories in New SouthTahoma Literary Review, The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts and she is a Best Small Fictions 2016 Finalist. She is assistant fiction editor at Pithead Chapel, and writes reviews for Change Seven Magazine. anneweisgerber.com