Jenessa Abrams is an MFA candidate in fiction and literary translation at Columbia University. She studied creative writing and child and adolescent mental health at New York University. Her fiction has been published in Bluestockings Magazine and The Grief Diaries . A short film, which she wrote...
Susan Agar recently moved to New York from Philadelphia, where she taught a grief writing workshop and was the Program Coordinator of Musehouse: A Center for the Literary Arts in Chestnut Hill. She has an M.A. in English Literature from London University, and an A.B. from Sarah Lawrence College.
Mimoza Ahmeti | wiki | was born in Kruja, Albania. She is the author of books of poems, Be Beautiful, Especially Tomorrow, Delirium and The Pollination of Flowers. She is the author of the novels The Architrave and The Hallucinating Woman. The Ridiculous Common Link, a collection of short stories,...
Chelsea Allison graduated from Duke University with a BA in English and a certificate in Policy Journalism & Media Studies. After a year-long stint in investment banking, she now works in magazine publishing in New York.
Anna K. Andrade , translator and fiction writer, was born in Brazil and moved to New York City in 2000 to attend City College in order to obtain a master's degree in creative writing. She has had short stories published both in Portuguese and English, the most recent being "A Daughter's Secret" in...
Peter Augerot is a graduate from UNCW. He lives in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Dave Barrett lives and writes out of Missoula, Montana. His fiction has appeared most recently in the Potomac Review, Prole 13 (U.K.), Midwestern Gothic and The MacGuffin. He teaches writing at Missoula College and is at work on a new novel.
Jennifer Bassett is a former book editor and lit mag editor turned content strategist. She plays organ and moog for the Brooklyn psychedelic rock band The Living Kills .
Maggie Beauvais is a freelance writer and Assistant Literary Events Editor for Slice Magazine . She lives in Brooklyn, NY, is good with babies, and takes unreasonably long walks.