Chad Curtis Rose is a writer from Rochester, New York. He has been writing poetry for more than 25 years, and is currently working on a memoir that reveals the trials and tribulations of living with Bipolar Disorder.

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Chandler Klang SmithChandler Klang Smith's genre-bending novel The Sky Is Yours (Hogarth/Penguin RH, 2018) was listed as a best book of 2018 by The Wall Street Journal, New York Public Library, Locus, LitHub, Mental Floss, and NPR, which described it as "a wickedly satirical synthesis that underlines just how fractured our own realities can be during periods of fear...

imageChelsea 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.

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Cheryl J. Fish's short fiction has appeared in CheapPop, Iron Horse Literary Review, Liars League, Spank the Carp, Boog City and the anthology From Somewhere to Nowhere (Autonomedia). Her poems have appeared in Hanging Loose, Maintenant, Terrain, Mom Egg Review, New American Writing, Reed, Postcard poems, Santa Monica Review, and Poetics for the...

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Christian is an actor based in New York City most recently featured in The Flight Attendant on HBO Max. He has performed in film, television and theater. He has also devoted much of his professional career designing and facilitation programs about implicit bias for an array of organizations around the world. Additionally, he co-hosts a monthly...

Christopher Hart Chambers was born in Manhattan where he still lives and works, a very long time ago. He quit school and has earned his living as an artist ever since then - scanty at times, but nonetheless, he remains, independently healthy.

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Christopher Stoddard’s latest novel At Night Only from Itna Press was released in June 2018, and has been praised by The Paris Review, Kirkus, Slate, Lambda Literary, and authors Edmund White and Gary Indiana. Featured in OUT Magazine’s “Tastemakers” issue in 2015 for his contributions to literature and publishing, he’s written two other novels: Li...

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Christopher Urban's writing has appeared or is forthcoming in The Millions, Pear Noir!, This Recording, J Journal: New Writing on Justice, Rain Taxi Review of Books, and elsewhere. He lives in Brooklyn.

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Colum McCann is the author of seven novels and three collection of stories. Born and raised in Dublin, Ireland, he has been the recipient of many international honours, including the National Book Award, the International Dublin Impac Prize, a Chevalier des Arts et Lettres from the French government, election to Aosdana, the Irish arts academy...

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Cynthia-Marie Marmo O’Brien is a writer, editor, and educator whose work on faith, imagination, and depression was selected for the Best American Essays notable list. Her reviews, interviews and essays have appeared in America Magazine, Bellevue Literary Review, Killing the Buddha, Los Angeles Review of Books, Narratively, and The Rumpus, among...

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Dale Peck is the author of The Law of Enclosures, Now It's Time to Say Goodbye, What We Lost: Based on a True Story, Martin and John, Hatchet Jobs: Writings on Contemporary Fiction. In August 2006: FSG will reissue Martin and John as part of the FSG Classics series. January 2007: Drift House: The First Voyage comes out in paperback; Drift House...

Dana Schein is an artist living in New York City. She is pursuing an MFA at Hunter College.

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Dante Fuoco is a queer artist based in Brooklyn. Recently he staged the off-off-Broadway debut of his newest solo show no! i be seal. His first solo show, Transplant, was performed to sold-out crowds in New Orleans. The Saints + Sinners Festival has anthologized his fiction, and Amygdala, an ensemble he founded, improvised one act plays all through...

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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.

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David Burr GerrardDavid Burr Gerrard is a writer living in New York. His debut novel, Short Century, will be published by Rare Bird Books in 2014. A graduate of Columbia's M.F.A program in fiction, he is a contributing editor at Tottenville Review, and his short fiction has appeared in Extract(s).