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Timothy Resau has been internationally published. Most recently his poems and prose have appeared in Sideways Poetry Magazine, Sylvia Magazine, The Beautiful Space, Loch Raven Review, Poetry Quarterly, Babel Tower Notice Board, Native Skin, Better than Starbucks, among others, and forthcoming in Fictional Café, , and Burrow. He’s just completed a...

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Tiziano Colibazzi is a poetry and non-fiction writer in addition to a practicing psychiatrist and psychoanalyst based in NYC. He is currently working on a book entitled Times of Fatherhood and a collection of poems, Meditations on Flotsam. He is a graduate of the MFA program in Poetry and Non-Fiction at the New School. Originally from Rome, Italy...

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Tobi Alfier is a multiple Pushcart nominee and multiple Best of the Net nominee.  Symmetry: earth and sky was published by Main Street Rag. Her chapbook Grit & Grace was published by Orchard Street Press (March 2021). She is co-editor of San Pedro River Review (www.bluehorsepress.com).

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Tod Crouch is author of the novels The Night Watchman, Common People, Romanticide, Victors, Cutting Teeth and The Anna Log Children's Series. He received a Bachelor's Degree from Columbia College for Photography in 2001 after directing and writing two theatrical productions, Undying Loyalty and Of course: a Series of One Acts. before finishing five...

Tom Bissell is the author of Chasing the Sea and God Lives in St. Petersburg. He contributes to Harper's Magazine, The Believer, and other publications. He lives in New York.

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Tom Cardamone is the author of the Lambda Literary Award-winning speculative novella Green Thumb and the erotic fantasy novel The Werewolves of Central Park as well as the novella Pacific Rimming. His short story collection, Pumpkin Teeth, was a finalist for the Lambda Literary Award and Black Quill Award.

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Teacher, cartoonist, animator, Tom Hart is creator of Hutch Owen graphic novels and comic strips, critically acclaimed by The Comics Journal, Time.com, Publishers Weekly and the Library Journal.

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Tom Pennacchini is a flaneur living in NYC.  He has had poetry published at The Free Poet, Mojave Heart Review, Jalmurra, The Scarlet Leaf, Poems for All, Free Lit Magazine, Backchannels, Loud Coffee Press, Mason Street Journal, Portsmouth Poetry, and the Fictional Cafe.  

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Tope Folarin is a writer based in Washington DC. His debut novel, A Particular Kind of Black Man, was published by Simon and Schuster in August 2019.

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Tori SchachtTori Schacht graduated with a degree in English literature from Hamilton College. She spent a year riding motorbikes over precipitous terrain, attending the weddings of strangers, and learning to appreciate air conditioning as an English teacher in Indonesia. Since then she's worked in book publishing in New York. Her work has appeared in The...

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Uzma Akhand Hossain holds a doctorate in English Education from Teachers College, Columbia University and has worked in education for more than 20 years. Her research and professional experiences and interests include South Asian American literacies, culturally relevant pedagogy, and urban education. She explored these themes and readers’ responses...

Vamika Sinha is a writer, editor, poet, and photographer from India and Botswana. She holds a B.A in Literature & Creative Writing, with a minor in Music from New York University Abu Dhabi. Vamika is the co-founder of the online literary-arts publication Postscript Magazine and has been published in Women Writing Botswana: An Anthology of Writing...

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Vanessa Ogle is a poet, writer, and educator. She received her MFA from Hunter College and lives in Brooklyn.

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imageVladimir Kleyman was born in Chernovtsy, Ukraine and grew up in Atlanta, Georgia. He now lives in New York City and is working on a collection of short stories.

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Wayne Koestenbaum—poet, critic, artist, performer—has published nineteen books, including Notes on Glaze, The Pink Trance Notebooks, My 1980s & Other Essays, Hotel Theory, Best-Selling Jewish Porn Films, Andy Warhol, Humiliation, Jackie Under My Skin, and The Queen’s Throat (a National Book Critics Circle Award finalist).  His newest book of poetry...

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