Prose Contributors – Issue 3

April Center
April Center is a poet and writer. She resides in northwest Indiana on the southern tip of Lake Michigan in her tiny cottage with her cat, Bella, and Westie, Gabby.

 

Caroline Couderc
Caroline Couderc is a multilingual writer and translator living in Switzerland and the UK. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in Boston Literary Magazine, Fine Linen Magazine, War, Literature and the Arts and others. beautyisasleepingcat.wordpress.com

 

Lori Cramer
Lori Cramer lives and writes in Central Pennsylvania. Her short fiction has appeared in Boston Literary Magazine, Fewer Than 500, Postcard Shorts, Pudding Magazine, Seven by Twenty, Unbroken Journal, and the 11th Annual Writer’s Digest Short Short Story Competition Collection.

 

Judy Darley
Judy Darley is a UK-based fiction writer, poet and journalist. Her writing has been published by literary magazines and anthologies, and has been performed on BBC radio, in cafés, in caves, in an artist’s studio, across the UK and in Hong Kong.  skylightrain.com

 

Gary Davison
Gary Davison is a writer, Illustrator, and animator. Has specialized in flash animation and has writer dozens of humorous 1-2 minute animated movies. His first flash fiction stories are published at 101words & The Flash Fiction Press. littleliesfiction.com

 

Cary Grey
Cary Grey is an author and poet from the American North. His first collection of poetry is being prepared for publication in 2016/2017. For more information, visit carygrey.me online.

 

Kate Murdoch
Kate Murdoch is a Melbourne writer and artist. She exhibited widely as a painter before turning her hand to writing. In between writing historical fiction, she enjoys writing short stories and flash fiction. Her stories have been published in Flash Fiction Magazine, Eunoia Review, The Flash Fiction Press, Spelk Fiction and Sick Lit Magazine. She also writes at her blog: kabiba.wordpress.com

 

Sarah A. O’Brien
Sarah A. O’Brien enjoys dark chocolate and light wordplay. Sarah’s work has appeared in The Alembic, Every Writer, The Screech Owl, Snapping Twig, Ampersand Literary, Third Point Press, Atrocity Exhibition, Unbroken Journal, Random Sample, Ghost City Review, Allegro Poetry Magazine, Vending Machine Press, and Dirty Chai Lit. Sarah is the founder and Editor-In-Chief of the online literary journal, Boston Accent Lit. sarahobrienwriting.tumblr.com