Augustine Blaisdell is the author of WOMEN À LA MODE: A Memoir of Writing a Book about Feminists in Paris. Originally from Los Angeles, California, she earned her MFA in Creative Writing from Columbia University and her BFA in Writing, Literature and Publishing from Emerson College. She leads an online International Literary Salon as well as...
Austin Moran is a writer living in Connecticut. For whatever reason, he hasn't moved to Brooklyn
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Ava Robinson is an emerging writer who has been published in Soundings East, Little Patuxent Review, Santa Fe Writers Project, and elsewhere. She is currently an MFA candidate in Fiction at The New School and the co-host and producer of the Parsons Healthy Materials Lab's podcast, Trace Material. Read more of her work at avarobinson.net
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Avi Davis is based in Brooklyn. He has contributed to the Best American Travel Writing series, the Believer, Vice, and n+1. More of his writing can be found at shredsandclippings.blogspot.com.
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B.H. James is the author of Parnucklian for Chocolate (Red Hen Press) and co-author of Method to the Madness: A Common Core Guide to Creating Critical Thinkers through the Study of Literature (Rowman and Littlefield). He is a graduate of University of Nebraska-Omaha's Low Residency MFA program, and he teaches high school English in Stockton, CA...
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Benjamin Carter Olcott is an Editor at KGB Bar Lit Magazine and a proud Manhattan resident. His fiction has twice finaled in Glimmer Train Story Contests. He is an Editorial and Digital Products Assistant at Oxford University Pres and works part-time at 192 Books in Chelsea.
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Bernadette Bowen is a published poet and PhD candidate in the School of Media and Communication at Bowling Green State University. Her interests intersect the broad fields of critical and feminist theories, with an eye towards the ideological struggle between institutions, gender, sexuality, and media ecology.
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Bertie Marshall was born in Greenwich, London, in 1960. His critically acclaimed memoir of mid-1970s pre-punk London, Berlin Bromley, was published in 2006. He published From Sleepwalking to Sleepwalking in the Fellow Travelers series (FT009) in 2016. His new book, Pete's Underpants, has just come out from Dostoyevsky Wannabe Original.
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Bess Lovejoy is the former editor of many things, including the Vancouver, BC alt weekly Terminal City. She now lives in New York City and works on the American version of Schott's Almanac for Bloomsbury USA.
Beth Steidle is a writer, illustrator, and book designer currently living in Brooklyn, NY. Her work has appeared in Fairy Tale Review, Drunken Boat, DIAGRAM, and several print anthologies. Her first book, The Static Herd, was published by Calamari Press in 2014.
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Birgül Oğuz, a fiction and non-fiction writer, was among the winners of the 2014 European Union Prize for Literature for her latest novel-in-stories HAH. She works and lives in Istanbul.
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Blake Butler is an American writer and editor. He edits the literature blog HTMLGIANT, and two journals: Lamination Colony, and concurrently with co-editor Ken Baumann, No Colony. His other writing has appeared in Birkensnake, The Believer, Unsaid, Fence, Willow Springs, The Lifted Brow, Opium Magazine, Gigantic and Black Warrior Review. He also...
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Blake Sandberg is an artist - painter, writer, songwriter, musician, and filmmaker. His writing was first published by Performing Arts Journal, MIT Press. He has pub- lished several collections of poems and stories NYC A Poem, Store In A Cool Dry Place, and Literature Only.
Blue Jay Walker is a poet, hitchhiker and artist currently traveling America. He is currently working on the longest English-language poem of the 21st century.
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1983-2017, painter, graduated from Tufts University and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, in 2005. In 2007, she earned an MFA at the New York Academy of Art where she taught for nearly a decade. Bonnie’s deep respect for and knowledge of art history and classical figurative painting traditions made her a vital and enthusiastic...