Issue Available on November 1, 2018
Claudine Cain studies philosophy at UNC Greensboro. Her fiction, poetry, and visual art have appeared in Eunoia Review, Dime Show Review, Public Pool, and elsewhere. Fiction is forthcoming in Riggwelter.
Marisa Crane is a lesbian fiction writer. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Jellyfish Review, Pithead Chapel, Drunk Monkeys, Pidgeonholes, Maudlin House, Okay Donkey, Cotton Xenomorph, and elsewhere. She currently lives in San Diego with her wife.
Anastasia Kirchoff studied Spanish studies and creative writing at the University of Wisconsin Superior. She has had poetry and short fiction appear in the Nemadji Review and Bending Genres. She lives in the Twin Cities of Minnesota where she works as a Communications Manager. She currently writes a lot of flash fiction to procrastinate finishing her first novel.
David McVey lectures in Communication at New College Lanarkshire. He has published over 120 short stories and a great deal of non-fiction that focuses on history and the outdoors. He enjoys hillwalking, visiting historic sites, reading, watching telly, and supporting his home-town football team, Kirkintilloch Rob Roy FC.
Cathy Ulrich can make two different kinds of paper planes from memory. Her work has been published in various journals, including Corium, Whiskey Paper and Train Lit Mag.