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imageJ.E. Reich hails originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and recently completed her BFA in Writing, Literature, and Publishing at Emerson College. Forthcoming publications include stories in plain china, the nationally-recognized anthology of the best undergraduate writing, and in Underground Voices. Recent writing credits include short stories in...

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Jacob Michael Sasfai is an American artist, writer, and philosopher. He writes works of poetry, political theory, philosophy, and social criticism. 

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Jada Gordon is an award winning Bronx-based writer, photographer, editor, and Co-Curator/Social Media Manager of The KGB Monday Night Poetry Series. She's a CUNY City College of New York graduate and her poetry discusses themes of identity, family, and sexuality. Jada Gordon's work has been featured in multiple CUNY College literary magazines...

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James Croal Jackson (he/him) is a Filipino-American poet. He has two chapbooks, Our Past Leaves (Kelsay Books, forthcoming 2021) and The Frayed Edge of Memory (Writing Knights Press, 2017), with recent poems in White Wall Review, Subnivean, and BOMBFIRE. He edits The Mantle Poetry (themantlepoetry.com) from Pittsburgh, PA. (jamescroaljackson.com)

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James Graham plays in French films when they want a quiet American lurking in the shadows. Published in BafflerCharlie Hebdo and elsewhere, you can track his movements at Continental Riffs on Substack. le Plouc de Paris is his new novel.

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James Phelan is Distinguished University Professor of English and the Director of Project Narrative at Ohio State University.  He has devoted his research to thinking through the consequences of conceiving of narrative as rhetoric, an effort that has generated multiple books, the most recent of which are Somebody Telling Somebody Else: A Rhetorical...

James Warner's short stories have appeared in Narrative, Ninth Letter, Agni Online, and elsewhere. His non-fiction has appeared in OpenDemocracy and the Rumpus. His novel All Her Father's Guns was released this year by Numina Press.

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Jane Ciabattari is the author of the short-story collection, "Stealing the Fire." Her short stories have been published in VerbSap.com, LiteraryMama.com, Ms., The North American Review, Denver Quarterly, Hampton Shorts (which honored her with an Editors' Choice STUBBY Award), The East Hampton Star, and Redbook, which nominated her story "Gridlock"...

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Janet Capron is the author of Blue Money. She lives in New York City and St. Petersburg, Florida.

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Jared Beloff is a teacher and poet who lives in Queens, NY with his wife and two daughters. You can find his work in Contrary Magazine, Rise Up Review, The Shore and elsewhere. You can find him online at www.jaredbeloff.com. Follow him on twitter @read_instead. 

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jason b. crawford (They/He/She) born in Washington DC and raised in Lansing, MI, is the author of Year of the Unicorn Kidz. They have poems in POETRY Magazine, Cincinnati Review, Beloit Poetry Journal, RHINO Poetry, among others. The are a 2023 Emerging Writers Fellow for Lambda Liteary and hold their MFA in Poetry from The New School. Their second...

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Jason Irwin is the author of the three collections of poetry: The History of Our Vagrancies (Main Street Rag), A Blister of Stars (Low Ghost, 2016), Watering the Dead (Pavement Saw Press, 2008), & the chapbook Some Days It's A Love Story (Slipstream Press, 2005). He has also had nonfiction published in IO Literary Journal, Cleaver Magazine, & The...

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Jason Myers will receive his MFA in Poetry from NYU in May. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Agni, Euphony, Paris Review, Poet Lore, TinHouse and West Branch. He is editing a book of the letters of Mary McCarthy. He lives in Brooklyn.

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imageJason Price Everett was born in Orlando, Florida in 1972. He was educated at Lafayette College, Cornell University and the University of Paris. He has held twenty-six different positions of employment to date, one of the more recent being that of English professor at a university in Xian, China. He is the author of Unfictions, a collection of short...

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