Authors

Kevin Adkins recieved a BA in Theater Arts from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and an MFA in Screenwriting from Chapman University.

Kevin Moffett was born and raised in Daytona Beach, Florida. His stories have received the Nelson Algren Award and the Pushcart Prize, and have appeared in McSweeney's, Tin House, StoryQuarterly, the Chicago Tribune, and elsewhere. “Tattooizm,” originally published in Tin House, is forthcoming in The Best American Short Stories 2006. His first...

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Kevin T. S. Tang recently graduated Dartmouth College with a honors degree in English, a post-bac in saying hi when you're actually waving at the person behind him, and a M.A. in retracting his greetings awkwardly and running away. Besides his short stories and book reviews, Kevin has also published a translation of Huang Fan's short story on Words...

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Kunal Mehra is a multimedia artist who likes photography, filmmaking, writing and hiking. He grew up in India and has been living in Portland, OR, since 2002. His writing has been published by the Press Pause Press, The Mindful Word and ‘Academy of heart and mind’ magazines, amongst others. 

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Leah Erickson’s work has appeared at many literary magazines, such as Pantheon, The Saint Ann's Review, The Coachella Review, and many more. She is the author of the novels, "The Brambles," "Blythe of the Gates," and "The Gilded Lynx." In addition, she is the winner of numerous awards for her novels, including a gold medal at the Independent...

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Leah Umansky is the author of two full length collections, The Barbarous Century, and Domestic Uncertainties. She earned her MFA in Poetry at Sarah Lawrence College and has been the host and curator of The COUPLET Reading Series in NYC since 2011. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in such places as Thrush Poetry Journal, Glass Poetry...

Ledia Xhoga's fiction has appeared in Liars' League, Hobart, SonoraReview and other online publications. She is also the writer of VisitingHour, an award-winning short film.

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imageLeland Pitts-Gonzalez has been published in Open City, Drunken Boat, Fence and Fourteen Hills, among other literary magazines. He has a Master of Fine Arts in Writing from Columbia University where he wrote a collection of short stories, The Blue Dot. He's working on a novel tentatively titled Spontaneous. Leland grew up in the San Francisco Bay...

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Linus Urgo is a writer. He also lives in Brooklyn. Everyone lives in Brooklyn

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Lisa Howorth is the author of the novels Flying Shoes and Summerlings and a co-owner of Square Books in Oxford, Mississippi.

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Lisa Jarnot is the author of several books of poems. She lives in Queens and is a minister at Safe Haven United Church of Christ. 

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Lisa Simmons is the author of the novella, Sugar Weather, and has published poetry in Local Express (AALR), Rattapallax, Minetta Review, and other publications. She has read her work at the New School, Bard College, Barnard College, CUNY Graduate Center, and the Nuyorican Poets Café, and has read her poetry at the KGB Bar. She is the former co...

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Lori Jakiela is the author of the memoir Miss New York Has Everything (Warner/Hatchette 2006) and a poetry collection, The Regulars (Liquid Paper Press 2001). Her essays and poems have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune, The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, The Pittsburgh Quarterly, Tears in the Fence (U.K.) and...

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Lorna Owen is a writer, editor, and author of the popular blog Mouse Interrupted. Previously she was Senior Editor for Nan A. Talese/Doubleday. She received an M.A. from The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, studied studio arts and art history, and served a year's stint managing the workshop of an Italian artist in New York...

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Luke Pearson is a soon-to-graduate illustration student and comics artist from the UK. He has been writing and drawing his own comics seriously for about a year and intends to continue doing so alongside his illustration career.

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