Erika Imberti holds a B.A. in Journalism and English Literature from Rutgers and is currently mastering the art of freelance living. She is a voracious photographer, travels on a whim, and was once awarded a trip to Switzerland for her writing. Her favorite writer is Anais Nin. To contact Erika e-mail:

image Brooklyn-based writer Ester Bloom's features, essays, and stories have appeared in Slate, Salon, Bite: An Anthology of Flash Fiction, Creative Non-Fiction, the Hairpin, the Awl, the Toast, the Morning News, Nerve, PANK, and numerous other venues. She blogs on culture for the Huffington Post and is a columnist at the Billfold and Lilith — for which...


Born in Tel Aviv in 1967, Etgar Keret is the most popular writer among Israeli youth today. Keret started writing in 1992 and has published four books of short stories, one novella, three books of comics and a children's book. Bestsellers in Israel, his books have received international acclaim and have...

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imageFarid Nassif was born in Boston, studied Literature at Bennington College in Vermont and is now getting his MA in English at Brooklyn College. He regularly reads from his profane yet compelling book, "Civilized Man" at Cornelia St. Cafe, Sycamore Bar, Freddie's, and numerous literary salons. He has also performed original works in countless venues...

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Faruk Šehić is poet, prose writer and journalist. During the Bosnian war he was an active combatant. His most aclaimed work is novel Quiet Flows the Una (tr. Will Firth) published by Istros Books in 2016.

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Filip Noterdaeme is a New-York-based artist and writer. He is is the founding director of the Homeless Museum of Art and the author of The Autobiography of Daniel J. Isengart (Outpost19) and Growl and Other Poems (Antoine Lefebvre Editions). He teaches art history at a number of universities across New York City and is a frequent lecturer at the...

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Francesca Marais, a South African poet, has been writing since the age of thirteen. She attended Arizona State University where she obtained a B.S in Computer and Information Systems, and has taken workshops led by Kelly-Grace Thomas and Kallie Falandays. Francesca explores the world in parts, through pen and paper, and recently launched her first...

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image Frank Haberle won the 2011 Pen Parentis Award for his short story South of Hartford; his other stories have appeared in numerous print and online magazines. Frank is a grantwriter working with New York City social service organizations. He is a Board member and workshop leader for the NY Writers Coalition, a nonprofit group developing writing...

imageFrederica Bepler is a writer and editor in New York City. She graduated with a degree in Creative Writing from Oberlin College.

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Frederick Frankenberg (he/him) is a recent graduate with a BA in Creative Writing from SUNY New Paltz and an AS in Engineering. He has been published in Little Old Lady, Purple Wall Stories,, CC&D Magazine, and other publications pending. 

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Gary Indiana was praised by The Paris Review as “ranked among the great American novelists.” His latest book is Vile Days: The Village Voice Art Columns, 1985–1988 (Semiotext(e), Bruce Hainley, ed.)

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George Franklin is the author of four poetry collections: Noise of the World (Sheila-Na-Gig Editions), Traveling for No Good Reason (winner of the Sheila-Na-Gig Editions competition in 2018), a dual-language collection, Among the Ruins / Entre las ruinas (Katakana Editores), and a chapbook, Travels of the Angel of Sorrow (Blue Cedar Press). ...

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Gessy Alvarez is a Latinx writer who loves literature, art, photography, and this dysfunctional world. She writes stories, poems, and essays about the middle of things. Her prose has appeared in Sunlight Press, Asteri(x), Feminine Collective, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, Hobart, and other publications. She’s the founder of Digging Press and the literary and...

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Gloria Mindock is editor of Cervena Barva Press. She is the author of 6 poetry collections, 3 chapbooks and a children’s book. Her poems have been published and translated into eleven languages. Her recent book Ash, published by Glass Lyre Press in 2021, won the International Impact Award, the NYC Big Book Award and the Firebird Speak Up Talk Radio...

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Graceanne Bello graduated from UC Berkeley with a B.A. in English. Since then, she has worked as a restaurant hostess, model, executive assistant, and now works as an Internet copywriter. Her writing has appeared in Flavorpill and Zink magazine. She is the Web Editor for the literary magazine Pindeldyboz. You can read her blog on literature and...

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