David Cook lives in Bridgend, Wales, with his wife, daughter, cats and guinea pig. He has been published in Short Fiction Break, Flash Fiction Magazine, Sick Lit Magazine, Spelk Fiction and others, and was also featured in A Box Of Stars Beneath The Bed: The 2016 National Flash Fiction Anthology. http://davewritesfiction.wordpress.com
Glen Donaldson regards it as a good day if no one takes his work car spot and cites his all-time favorite movie as Capricorn One (1977).
Rachel Holbrook writes from her home in Knoxville, TN. She is the author of the syndicated serial, Little River, and her poetry and fiction have been published in a variety of literary journals such as *82 Review, Burningword Literary Journal, Akitsu Quarterly, The Avalon Review, and others. She is a member of the Author’s Guild of Tennessee. When not writing, Rachel enjoys going on literal and literary adventures with her family. She can be found at www.RachelHolbrook.net
Charles O’Hay is the author of two collections—Far from Luck (2011) and Smoking in Elevators (2014)—both from Lucky Bat Books. His work has appeared in over 150 literary publications.
James Reidel has published poems in many journals as well as Jim’s Book (Black Lawrence Press 2014) and My Window Seat for Arlena Twigg (Black Lawrence 2006). His most recent work appears in Poetry, Queen Mob’s Teahouse, Hawai’i Review, Outsider, Fiction Southwest and elsewhere—including The Best Small Fictions 2016. He is also the biographer of the poet Weldon Kees and a translator who has published works by Thomas Bernhard, Georg Trakl, Franz Werfel, and Robert Walser. He is currently writing a collection of prose poems. In 2013, he was a James Merrill House fellow.