Issue Available on September 1, 2018
Steve Denehan lives in Kildare, Ireland with his wife Eimear and daughter Robin. He has been published in The First Literary Review, Better Than Starbucks, The Opiate, Sky Island Journal, Evening Street Review, The Folded Word, Fowl Feathered Review, Third Wednesday and many others.
Ateeb Gul teaches and practices editing at the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS). He is a graduate of LUMS and of Boston University’s Editorial Institute. His translation of a poem of the Urdu poet Faiz was published in OUP’s Literary Imagination.
Lee Hamblin is from the UK. He lives in Greece and teaches yoga. He’s had stories published in Atlas and Alice, FlashBack Fiction, MoonPark Review, formercactus, Reflex, Ellipsis, Fictive Dream, Spelk, F(r)online, and in other places.
Kara Knickerbocker is the author of Next to Everything that is Breakable (Finishing Line Press 2017). She lives in Pittsburgh where she writes with Carlow University’s Madwomen in the Attic workshops, and co-curates the MadFridays Reading Series. Find her online at www.karaknickerbocker.com.
Tara Labovich is a poetry and philosophy student at Colorado College where she works as a writing tutor and for the Hairstreak Butterfly Review.
Christine A. MacKenzie studies English, creative writing, and psychology at the University of Michigan. She is a regular writer for Mentality Magazine and The Odyssey, Crisis Counselor, anatomical research assistant and instructor. She has recently been published in The Inflectionist Review, The Avalon Literary Review, Visitant, Eunoia, and The Underground.
Bray McDonald is an Environmental Educator and Information Specialist in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Mr. McDonald has been published in many journals recently, including Black Scat Review, Blue Collar Review, POEM, Storyteller Magazine, Plainsongs, Avalon Literary Review; and Alternate History Fiction, Gold Dust Magazine, and Between These Shores Anthology in the UK.
Rahul Misra writes poems on his phone, which means most people think he is a social media addict. But being misunderstood has been his superpower since childhood. His work has appeared in The Junction, Kavitanjali and the Native Petals anthology. He grew up in India and currently lives in London.
Norman resides in Guelph Ontario and has been writing haiku and senyru for many years.
Arushi Singh is a poet, book reviewer, and literature student from India. Her poems have been published or are forthcoming in Radius, Chiron Review, The Big Windows Review and more. She loves writing and reading contemporary poetry, and identifies as a poet before anything else.
Ian C. Smith’s work has appeared in, Antipodes, Australian Book Review, Australian Poetry Journal, Critical Survey, Prole, The Stony Thursday Book, & Two-Thirds North. His seventh book is wonder sadness madness joy, Ginninderra (Port Adelaide). He writes in the Gippsland Lakes area of Victoria, and on Flinders Island, Tasmania.
Othuke Isaac Umukoro is a graduate of Theatre Arts from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. He started writing poems in his sophomore year back in the University but only recently started to submit his works for publications. He is a great fan of dark comedies and is a constant writer of fiction for the blog — http://mygoldpen.com He lives in and writes from Abeokuta, Nigeria