Jeffrey Zable is a teacher, conga drummer who plays Afro-Cuban folkloric music for dance classes, and a writer of poetry, short fiction, and non-fiction. His writing has appeared in hundreds of literary magazines and anthologies—most recently in Third Wednesday, After The Pause. Raw, The Soft Cartel, Spider Mirror, Midnight Lane, and many others.
Tim Gerken teaches writing at a small state college in the Leather Stocking region of NY. His work has been published in Mascular Magazine, Birds We Piled Loosely, Black Boot Literary Journal, The Drowning Gull Literary Magazine, Cahoodaloodaling Magazine, and Off the Coast Poetry Journal. Tim Gerken Photography
Marybeth Cohowicz DeYoung
Marybeth Cohowicz DeYoung dabbles in photography with a passion for light and shadows, reflections, and sky. She continuously gets lost finding the extraordinary in the ordinary.
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.
Becky finds paying attention to the little things happening around us and interacting with nature to be fascinating! To capture those moments is to relive them over and over. Being behind the camera is her “happy place” where she finds peace, tranquility, and healing.
Manit Chaotragoongit resides in Bangkok, Thailand. His inspiration and appreciation for black-and-white for photography began when he was a teenager. Manit’s first job was as a photographer for a little publishing company in Bangkok. He prefers conceptual photography and street life, and his artwork is filled with experience and vision. Manit Chaotragoongit Facebook
Boris is a full-time cynic, with hopes of someday becoming a skeptic. He is also the Secret Weapon on Woody Radio playing Music That Deserves To Be Heard. borisboden
Gidget shoots what she likes and hears the world’s music as it spins. She is also co-owner and one of the DJs at Woody Radio. She rocks, literally! Crap She Shoots
Michael Anthony is a Maker of art, fiction, jewelry, photographs and whatever else sparks his interest. The American Labor Museum exhibited Michael’s photojournalism essay on the waning of the textile industry in Paterson, New Jersey. @earthography
Tracy was captivated by photography from a young age. She captures how she sees the world around her through her lens, finding beauty in everything she sees. Tracy Ann Photography
Jason Allen is a Photographer born and raised in the Pacific Northwest with a passion for the abstract, portraiture, and occasional landscape shot. Often found getting a speeding ticket on his way to beat the setting sun.