Prose Contributors – Vol. 3, Issue 1

Issue Available on January 1, 2019


Tommy Dean
Tommy Dean is the author of a flash fiction chapbook entitled Special Like the People on TV from Redbird Chapbooks. He has been previously published in the BULL Magazine, The MacGuffin, Split Lip Magazine, Spartan, Hawaii Pacific Review, and New Flash Fiction Review. Find him on Twitter.

Twitter: @tommydeanwriter

Chris DiGiorgio
Chris DiGiorgio grew up in northeast Ohio, and lived in Galicia in the northwest of Spain for many years. He has published essays on the intersection of Galician and American poetry and culture. An excerpt from his first novel manuscript appears in Litbreak Magazine. He is currently working on several projects, including an acoustic album, a collection of poetry, and his second novel. He lives in Madrid with his wife, and gets back to Ohio every summer.

Kelly Griffiths
Kelly Griffiths lives with her husband in a spotless and trendily-decorated imaginary home in Northeast Ohio, where the sun always shines, and where her imaginary children never mind when the writing trumps grocery shopping or cooking. Her recent work appears in Reflex Fiction, The Forge Literary Magazine, and Ellipsis Zine.

Twitter: @GriffithsKL

Christopher Iacono
Christopher Iacono lives with his wife and son in Massachusetts. You can learn more about him and his works at

Twitter: @ciacono1973

Nuala O’Connor
Nuala O’Connor’s fifth short story collection Joyride to Jupiter (2017) was published by New Island; her story ‘Gooseen’ won the UK’s 2018 Short Fiction Prize, was published in Granta and is shortlisted for Story of the Year at the Irish Book Awards. Nuala’s fourth novel, Becoming Belle, is recently published.

Twitter: @NualaNiC
Instagram: @nuala_oconnor

Prose Contributors – Vol. 2, Issue 6

Issue Available on November 1, 2018


Claudine Cain

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.

Instagram: @dinanoelwordsandart AND @blackelephantlit

Marisa Crane

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.

Twitter: @marisabcrane
Instagram: @marisa_crane

Anastasia Kirchoff

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

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

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.

Twitter: @loki_writes

Prose Contributors – Vol. 2, Issue 5

Issue Available on September 1, 2018


Emma Allmann

Emma Allmann studied Creative Writing at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is a freelance writer and Jr. Digital Publishing Associate living and writing out of Chciago, IL. She has had fiction published with Ellipsis Zine and a play produced at the Marcia Légère Student Play Festival.

Twitter: @Emryal
Instagram: @emryal91


Shaunacy Ferro

Shaunacy Ferro is a Brooklyn-based writer and editor.

Twitter: @shaunacysays


Leslie Muzingo

Leslie Muzingo spends winters in Alabama and summers in Prince Edward Island. You can find a list of her publications on Goodreads. She considers herself an emerging writer, but her emergence is a slow one as she has many interests and there are only so many hours in a day. 

Twitter: @sootfoot5  


Andrew Rihn

Andrew Rihn is a writer of essays, poems, and scholarly articles. He is the author of several chapbooks, including America Pops and Fizzes (sunnyoutside press) and The Rust Belt MRI (Pudding House). Most recently, he co-authored, along with his wife, the writer Donora A. Rihn, the chapbook The Marriage of Heaven and Hell: An Election Cycle (Moria Books/ Locofo Chaps). Together, they live in Portage Lakes, OH with their two rescue dogs.

Instagram: @a.rihn


Mary Thompson

Mary Thompson is a teacher in London. Her work has been recognised and published in journals and competitions including Flash 500, Fish, Writing Magazine, Retreat West, Reflex, Ellipsis Zine, the Cabinet of Heed, Memoir Mixtapes, the Fiction Pool and Marauder Literary Journal and is forthcoming at Fictive Dream and Firewords.

Twitter: @MaryRuth69
Instagram: @marythompson1612

Prose Contributors – Vol. 2, Issue 4

Rin Baatz
Rin Baatz is currently studying creative writing in her freshman year of college. She has previously been published in Beautiful Losers, Khroma, Boned, and Germ. 

Instagram: @rgb.255.186.210


Danny Beusch
Danny Beusch lives in the UK and tells stories. He spends rainy days reading Joanne Harris and Margaret Atwood novels. He started writing flash fiction in 2017.

Twitter: @OhDannyBoyShhh


David Cook
David Cook’s stories have been published in a number of places, including Spelk, the National Flash Fiction Anthology, Ink In Thirds, Stories For Homes 2 and more, and he has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. He lives in Bridgend, Wales, UK, with his wife and daughter.

Twitter: @davidcook100


Susannah Jordan
Susannah Jordan earned an MFA in Creative Nonfiction from Queens University of Charlotte. Her flash fiction and poetry have appeared in 101 Fiction, The Mystic Blue Review, Rathalla Review, and 50-Word Stories. Her photography has appeared in Cold Creek Review, Figroot Press, The Tishman Review, Riggwelter Press, and Cotton Xenomorph. 


Adam Lock
Adam Lock won the STORGY Flash Fiction Competition 2018, was placed 3rd in the TSS Cambridge Short Story Prize 2017, and has been shortlisted for numerous competitions, including the Bath Flash Fiction Award. Adam’s stories have appeared in many publications, links to which can be found at:

Twitter: @dazedcharacter


Amanda McLeod
Amanda McLeod is an Australian author and artist. Her fiction has appeared in The Scarlet Leaf Review, Fredericksburg Literary And Art Review, KSYO Flash, Sick Lit Magazine, and other places. As well as writing, reading, and painting, she enjoys the outdoors and good coffee.

Twitter: @AmandaMWrites

Prose Contributors – Vol. 2, Issue 3

J. Bradley
J. Bradley is the author of the forthcoming flash fiction collection Neil & Other Stories (Whiskey Tit Books, 2018). He lives at


Laura Pearson
Laura Pearson lives in Leicestershire, where she blogs about getting breast cancer when she was pregnant and writes novels and flash fiction.

Twitter: @LauraPAuthor

T.L. Sherwood
T.L. Sherwood lives in western New York near Buffalo. She’s Fiction Editor at Literary Orphans and the Assistant Editor of r.kv.r.y Quarterly Literary Journal. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in New World Writing, ELJ, Blueshift Journal, and Coffin Bell Journal. She’s currently working on a novel.

Twitter: @TLSherwood1

Meg Tuite
Meg Tuite is the author of four story collections and five chapbooks. She won the Twin Antlers Poetry award for her poetry collection, Bare Bulbs Swinging. She teaches at Santa Fe Community College, senior editor at Connotation Press, associate editor at Narrative Magazine and fiction editor at Bending Genres.

Twitter: @megtuite
Instagram: @crazyrabbitposse

Tara Isabel Zambrano
Tara Isabel Zambrano lives in Texas. Her fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in Tin House Online, The Cincinnati Review, Slice, Minnesota Review and other journals. She is an electrical engineer by profession.

Twitter: @theinnerzone
Instagram: @tizambrano