CONTRIBUTORS: A – B

Socrates Adams lives in Bristol with his wife and young son. He’s the author of two novels, Everything’s Fine (Transmission Print) and A Modern Family (Bluemoose Books). His website is socratesadams.com.

James Tadd Adcox’s work previously appeared in Granta, The Collagist, and Barrelhouse Magazine. He is the author of a novel, Does Not Love, and a novella, Repetition, and an editor at the literary magazine Always Crashing.

Kamil Ahsan has a doctorate in Biology from the University of Chicago, and is currently a doctoral student in History at Yale. He is also a journalist and writer whose work has appeared in NPRThe Nation, the LA Review of BooksThe RumpusCatapult, and Hobart among others. His work can be found at kamilahsan.com.

Joel Allegretti is the author of, most recently, Platypus (NYQ Books, 2017), a collection of poems, prose, and performance texts, and Our Dolphin (Thrice Publishing, 2016), a novella. He is the editor of Rabbit Ears: TV Poems (NYQ Books, 2015); The Boston Globe called Rabbit Ears “cleverly edited” and “a smart exploration of the many, many meanings of TV.” 

Mileva Anastasiadou is a neurologist, from Athens, Greece. A Pushcart, Best of the Net and Best Small Fictions nominated writer, her work can be found in many journals, such as Litro, Jellyfish Review, Queen Mob’s Tea House, Moon Park Review and others.

Derek Andersen is an Illinois Wesleyan alum, working as a copywriter in Chicago. His poems and stories have appeared or are forthcoming in Riggwelter, Ghost Parachute, Shirley Magazine, and on WinningWriters.com. You can follow him @DerekJAnd.

Madeline Anthes  is the acquisitions editor of Hypertrophic Literary and the assistant editor of Lost Balloon. Her work can be found in Jellyfish Review, WhiskeyPaper, and more. Find her @maddieanthes or see more of her work on Madelineanthes.com

Christina V. Antonovskaya’s  prose works have been featured online, on personal blogs, Metatron’s OMEGA, and Lemon Star Magazine (forthcoming), among others. From just north of Toronto, she has completed BA in Psychology. Contact @_christinaanton.

Steve Anwyll Steve Anwyll is the author of Welfare (Tyrant Books 2018). He runs his mouth at Hobart often. And can be observed through his twitter @oneloveasshole.

Sarah Arantza Amador writes about longing, ghost-making, and the endearment of monsters from the Santa Cruz Mountains of Northern California. Her work is featured in Best Microfiction 2019 and has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. She tweets @ArantzaSarah and sometimes blogs here.

Jules Archer writes flash fiction in Arizona. A Pushcart-nominated writer, her work has appeared in SmokeLong Quarterly, >kill author, Pank, The Butter, Maudlin House, and elsewhere. She likes to smell old books, drink red wine, and read true crime tales. Her chapbook All the Ghosts We’ve Always Had is out from Thirty West Publishing.

Helen Armstrong is a queer writer living at the base of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado. Her work has been published in Cleaver Magazine and Soft Cartel. Her poetry collection AMBROSIA & FIRE comes out later this year. She lives with her girlfriend, her cat Persephone, and several dying houseplants. Find her on the world wide web at helenarmstrongwrites.com and between the tweets at @hkawrites.

Sandra Arnold is an award-winning writer who lives in New Zealand. She has a PhD in Creative Writing and is the author of five books. Her most recent, a flash fiction collection, Soul Etchings (Retreat West Books, UK) and a novel, The Ash, the Well and the Bluebell (Mākaro Press, NZ) were published in 2019. Her flash fiction and short stories have been widely published and anthologized. More here

Amanda Baldeneaux is a writer living in Denver, Colorado. She attended the University of Arkansas and is a member of the Lighthouse Writers Workshop, a contributing editor at FictionUnbound.com, and a Tin House workshop alumna. She was the recipient of The Missouri Review Jeffrey E. Smith Editors’ Prize in fiction in 2018. She tweets at @AmandaBold.

Ankita Banerjee is a short story writer and poet based in Pune, India. Her works have appeared or will appear in The Bangalore Review, Coldnoon – International journal of travel writing & travelling cultures, Eunoia Review, Matter Press, Women’s Web, Kitaab and others. Her first short fiction series is published by Juggernaut Books in 2019She can be reached at ankita.banerji88@gmail.com.

Sofia Banzhaf is a writer, filmmaker and actor based in Toronto. Her novella Pony Castle was the recipient of the Metatron Prize for Rising Authors and can be found here.

Amy Barnes has words at a variety of sites including McSweeney’s, Parabola, The New Southern Fugitives, FlashBack Fiction, Burning House Press, Marias at Sampaguitas, Flash Fiction Magazine, Elephants Never, Detritus, Lucent Dreaming and Lunate Fiction. She’s a reader for CRAFT and Narratively and Associate CNF Editor for Barren Magazine. 

Thomas Barnes lives in Chicago, IL, where he works as a copywriter. His work recently appeared in the Southwest Review and Cleaver Magazine. You can find him @thmsbrns.

Adrienne Marie Barrios is a writer and an editor. She writes about mental health and relationships, the interplay between the two and the external world. She edits novel manuscripts and short stories, both independently and for Magnolia Press, and is currently writing her second novel. She is a frequent writer in residence at L’ATELIER Writers. You can find her online here

Janelle Bassett lives in St. Louis. Her work has most recently appeared or is forthcoming in Slice Magazine, Longleaf Review, Okay Donkey and Jellyfish Review. Her short story collection “Thanks for This Riot” was short-listed for the 2019 Santa Fe Writers Project Award, judged by Carmen Maria Machado. She’s on Instagram as @jbnows and barely on Twitter as @hazmatcat.

Brad Baumgartner is a writer, theorist, and Assistant Teaching Professor of English at Penn State. His creative work has recently appeared in The Operating System, Zeno Magazine, Queen Mob’s Teahouse, Vestiges, and others.

Katherine Beaman lives in Atlanta, Georgia by way of the Texas Gulf Coast. She maintains and publishes interviews and reviews of art, literature, and music to Commonplace Review.

Paul Beckman is a retired air traffic controller. He was one of the winners in The Best Small Fictions 2016!  His latest of 3 collections of flash stories, “Kiss Kiss” ( Truth Serum Press), is available at Independent Book Stores & Amazon. He has been published at Literary Orphans, Matter Press, Spelk, Playboy, Yellow Mama, and Pank. His micro-story was selected for the 2018 New Norton Anthology on micro-fiction.

Alex Behr’s debut story collection, Planet Grim, was published by 7.13 Books in 2017. Her work has appeared in Tin House, Salon, Cosmonauts Ave., The Rumpus, and elsewhere. She teaches creative writing residencies at Portland, OR, high schools through Writers in the Schools.  Her website: http://alexbehr.com.

Hugh Behm-Steinberg’s prose can be found in Gravel, Sand, Grimoire, Joyland, Heavy Feather Review, Jellyfish Review, Atticus Review and Pank. His short story “Taylor Swift” won the 2015 Barthelme Prize from Gulf Coast. A collection of prose poems and microfiction, Animal Children, is forthcoming from Nomadic Press in January, 2020. He is chief steward of the adjunct faculty union at California College of the Arts, SEIU 1021.

Krys Malcolm Belc is the author of the flash nonfiction chapbook In Transit (The Cupboard Pamphlet) and has had essays in Granta, The Rumpus, Black Warrior Review, and elsewhere, and his work has been anthologized in Wigleaf Top 50 and Best of the Net. He’s the memoir editor of Split Lip Magazine and lives in Philadelphia with his partner and their three young children. 

Georgia Bellas is a writer, artist, and filmmaker whose current obsession is botanical dyes. She and Dan Nielsen are the Wisconsin-based duo Sugar Whiskey, a post-minimalist art band. You can follow her teddy bear, host of the award-winning weekly Internet radio show “Mr. Bear’s Violet Hour Saloon,” on Twitter @MrBearStumpy.

Adrian Belmes is a Jewish Ukrainian writer and book artist residing currently in San Diego. He is a senior editor for Fiction International, editor in chief of Badlung Press, and vice president of State Zine Collective. He has been previously published in SOFT CARTEL, Philosophical Idiot, and elsewhere. You can find him at adrianbelmes.com or @adrian_belmes.

Jon Berger lives in Saginaw, Michigan. He was Anti-Heroin Chic’s featured poet for the month of October. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Five 2 One Magazine, BULL, Jellyfish Review, Ellipsis Zine, Faded Out, Occulum, and elsewhere. He tweets @bergerbomb44.

Will Bernardara Jr. is the author of America (voidfront press 2018) and the founder of the occult criminal artist collective The Tender Wolves Society. His work has appeared in The Society of Misfit Stories, Broadswords and Blasters, Grotesque Quarterly, Underbelly, and elsewhere. Contact @kat0n9000.

Alec Berry lives in Wheeling, WV. He wrote and self-published All Pretty Sore. See more of his stuff here.

Joe Bielecki is a Grand Rapids Michigan writer who also works in television and radio. He hosts a podcast about writing called Writing The Rapids. His work has appeared in Occulum, Moonchild Magazine, The Ginger Collect, All the Sins, and more. He can be found on twitter @noisemakerjoe.

Kevin Bigley is an actor/writer in Los Angeles. He’s worked on shows such as Sirens, Bojack Horseman, Here & Now, and Parked on Amazon. He’ll also be featured on the upcoming Greg Daniels Amazon show Upload. He’s had previous work published in Maudlin House, Reedsy, and the October issue of Beautiful Losers. You can favorite his lame jokes on twitter @kevinbigley.

Sheldon Birnie lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada with his wife and their two young children. The author of Missing Like Teeth: An oral history of Winnipeg underground rock (Eternal Cavalier), his fiction has recently appeared in Exoplanet, The Wicked Library, Parallel Prairies, among others. Find him lurking online @badguybirnie. 

Michael Seymour Blake’s work has appeared or is forthcoming at Cosmonauts Avenue, Hobart, Barrelhouse, Fanzine, Flapperhouse, Entropy, Waxwing, Queen Mob’s Tea House, Corium, People Holding, and Heavy Feather Review. He writes and doodles in Queens. Find him here and @michaelseymourblake.

Joshua Bohnsack is the assistant managing editor for TriQuarterly and founding editor for Long Day Press. He is the author of Shift Drink (Spork Press 2020) and his work has appeared in The Rumpus, Hobart, SAND, and others. He lives in Chicago where he works as a bookseller.

Jamy Bond’s work has appeared in Wigleaf, The Rumpus, The Sun Magazine, Peace Corps Writers, and on National Public Radio’s The Sound of Writing.  Her essay, What Feels Like Destiny, published in The Sun, was nominated for a Pushcart Prize.  She has an MFA from George Mason University where she co-founded So to Speak: A Feminist Journal of Language and Art.  She lives in Washington, DC. 

Alicia Bones is a Seattle-based writer and college English instructor. Her work has been published in Paper Darts, PidgeonholesNecessary FictionJellyfish Review, and elsewhere.

Matthew Bookin is the author of Honest Days (Dostoyevsky Wannabe, 2018) and Palace (Ghost City Press, 2018.) He lives in Buffalo, NY.

Timothy Boudreau’s work appears or is forthcoming at Milk Candy Review,  Fiction Southeast, Lost Balloon, Bending Genres and elsewhere. His collection Saturday Night and other Short Stories is available through Hobblebush Books. Find him on Twitter at @tcboudreau or visit his website timothyboudreau.com.

Barrett Bowlin’s stories and essays appear in places like Ninth Letter, Hobart, Michigan Quarterly Review, The Rumpus, Salt Hill, and Bayou. Photos and links to his work online can be found at barrettbowlin.com.

Matt Boyarsky is from Montdale, Pennsylvania. His stories have been in Swamp Ape Review and BULL. He loves YouTube chiropractors and tweets as @yarsknotes.

Megan Boyle maintains her site here.

Exodus Oktavia Brownlow is a Cruger, MS native. As a writer, she enjoys character-driven fiction, purposeful horror, and nonfiction that helps to create a healthier world for us all. Exodus has been published with Electric Literature, Barren Magazine, Anti-Heroin Chic Magazine and more. She has a healthy adoration for the color green.

Brian Brunson’s stories have appeared in Literary Juice, The Doctor T. J. Eckelburg Review, Four Chambers, Otis Nebula, and Belletrist. He has had short plays produced by Space55. Here currently lives in Phoenix, Arizona with his cat, also named Brian. You can find him on twitter @brianhastweet.

Scott Bryan is a copy editor and ‘2018 Writer of the Year’ for Music in Minnesota. He also publishes the online novel/zine Get It Away From Me and penned the screenplay for the independent feature film Drunk. His fiction has appeared in Soda Killers Magazine and Coffin Bell Literary Journal.

Aaron Buchanan is a philosophy and Latin instructor in Tampa, Florida. He is a native of Michigan —a mystical, incongruous land which features prominently in his work.

Amanda Claire Buckley is a writer who was once a waitress who was once a philosophy student who was once part of a traveling sketch comedy troupe. Her work has been featured on the web, in print, and at festivals nationally. She is currently an MFA candidate at Sarah Lawrence College and is a contributing editor at Pigeon Pages. Her site is maintained here.

Toom Bucksaw divides his time between skulking the buttes of Montana, rustling Flapjack McGraw’s cattle and cutting his nails with a dull knife. His twitter handle, branded on the side of his steed, is @toom_buck.

Arielle Burgdorf is a writer from Washington D.C. and current MFA candidate at Chatham University. Her work has been published by Lambda Literary, Crab Fat Magazinemany gendered mothers, and Maximum Rocknroll, among others. She is also the founder of Another Planet Press. 

Karina Bush is an Irish writer and visual poet, born in Belfast and now living in Rome. She is the author of three books, ‘BRAIN LACE’ (BareBackPress, 2018), ‘50 EURO’ (BareBackPress, 2017), and ‘MAIDEN’ (48th Street Press, 2016). Her fourth book ‘CHRISTO & NICOLA’ is coming soon from Analog Submission Press. For more visit her website karinabush.com and Instagram.

Zarah Butcher-McGunnigle is from Auckland, New Zealand and currently lives in Melbourne, Australia. Her work has appeared in publications such as Fanzine, Turbine, and Best NZ Poems. She is the author of Autobiography of a Marguerite (Hue & Cry Press, 2014). She can be found on Twitter and Instagram as @zarahbm.

Drew Buxton spent more money last year on spilled cappuccino, in cafes from one side of this world to the other, than you made. His stuff has been featured in Hobart, Vice, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, Funhouse, Mayday, and Hypertext among other publications. He blogs about pro wrestling for Clash Media.

 

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Socrates Adams lives in Bristol with his wife and young son. He’s the author of two novels, Everything’s Fine (Transmission Print) and A Modern Family (Bluemoose Books). His website is socratesadams.com.

James Tadd Adcox’s work previously appeared in Granta, The Collagist, and Barrelhouse Magazine. He is the author of a novel, Does Not Love, and a novella, Repetition, and an editor at the literary magazine Always Crashing.

Kamil Ahsan has a doctorate in Biology from the University of Chicago, and is currently a doctoral student in History at Yale. He is also a journalist and writer whose work has appeared in NPRThe Nation, the LA Review of BooksThe RumpusCatapult, and Hobart among others. His work can be found at kamilahsan.com.

Joel Allegretti is the author of, most recently, Platypus (NYQ Books, 2017), a collection of poems, prose, and performance texts, and Our Dolphin (Thrice Publishing, 2016), a novella. He is the editor of Rabbit Ears: TV Poems (NYQ Books, 2015); The Boston Globe called Rabbit Ears “cleverly edited” and “a smart exploration of the many, many meanings of TV.” 

Mileva Anastasiadou is a neurologist, from Athens, Greece. A Pushcart, Best of the Net and Best Small Fictions nominated writer, her work can be found in many journals, such as Litro, Jellyfish Review, Queen Mob’s Tea House, Moon Park Review and others.

Derek Andersen is an Illinois Wesleyan alum, working as a copywriter in Chicago. His poems and stories have appeared or are forthcoming in Riggwelter, Ghost Parachute, Shirley Magazine, and on WinningWriters.com. You can follow him @DerekJAnd.

Madeline Anthes  is the acquisitions editor of Hypertrophic Literary and the assistant editor of Lost Balloon. Her work can be found in Jellyfish Review, WhiskeyPaper, and more. Find her @maddieanthes or see more of her work on Madelineanthes.com

Christina V. Antonovskaya’s  prose works have been featured online, on personal blogs, Metatron’s OMEGA, and Lemon Star Magazine (forthcoming), among others. From just north of Toronto, she has completed BA in Psychology. Contact @_christinaanton.

Steve Anwyll Steve Anwyll is the author of Welfare (Tyrant Books 2018). He runs his mouth at Hobart often. And can be observed through his twitter @oneloveasshole.

Sarah Arantza Amador writes about longing, ghost-making, and the endearment of monsters from the Santa Cruz Mountains of Northern California. Her work is featured in Best Microfiction 2019 and has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. She tweets @ArantzaSarah and sometimes blogs here.

Jules Archer writes flash fiction in Arizona. A Pushcart-nominated writer, her work has appeared in SmokeLong Quarterly, >kill author, Pank, The Butter, Maudlin House, and elsewhere. She likes to smell old books, drink red wine, and read true crime tales. Her chapbook All the Ghosts We’ve Always Had is out from Thirty West Publishing.

Helen Armstrong is a queer writer living at the base of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado. Her work has been published in Cleaver Magazine and Soft Cartel. Her poetry collection AMBROSIA & FIRE comes out later this year. She lives with her girlfriend, her cat Persephone, and several dying houseplants. Find her on the world wide web at helenarmstrongwrites.com and between the tweets at @hkawrites.

Sandra Arnold is an award-winning writer who lives in New Zealand. She has a PhD in Creative Writing and is the author of five books. Her most recent, a flash fiction collection, Soul Etchings (Retreat West Books, UK) and a novel, The Ash, the Well and the Bluebell (Mākaro Press, NZ) were published in 2019. Her flash fiction and short stories have been widely published and anthologized. More here

Amanda Baldeneaux is a writer living in Denver, Colorado. She attended the University of Arkansas and is a member of the Lighthouse Writers Workshop, a contributing editor at FictionUnbound.com, and a Tin House workshop alumna. She was the recipient of The Missouri Review Jeffrey E. Smith Editors’ Prize in fiction in 2018. She tweets at @AmandaBold.

Ankita Banerjee is a short story writer and poet based in Pune, India. Her works have appeared or will appear in The Bangalore Review, Coldnoon – International journal of travel writing & travelling cultures, Eunoia Review, Matter Press, Women’s Web, Kitaab and others. Her first short fiction series is published by Juggernaut Books in 2019She can be reached at ankita.banerji88@gmail.com.

Sofia Banzhaf is a writer, filmmaker and actor based in Toronto. Her novella Pony Castle was the recipient of the Metatron Prize for Rising Authors and can be found here.

Amy Barnes has words at a variety of sites including McSweeney’s, Parabola, The New Southern Fugitives, FlashBack Fiction, Burning House Press, Marias at Sampaguitas, Flash Fiction Magazine, Elephants Never, Detritus, Lucent Dreaming and Lunate Fiction. She’s a reader for CRAFT and Narratively and Associate CNF Editor for Barren Magazine. 

Thomas Barnes lives in Chicago, IL, where he works as a copywriter. His work recently appeared in the Southwest Review and Cleaver Magazine. You can find him @thmsbrns.

Adrienne Marie Barrios is a writer and an editor. She writes about mental health and relationships, the interplay between the two and the external world. She edits novel manuscripts and short stories, both independently and for Magnolia Press, and is currently writing her second novel. She is a frequent writer in residence at L’ATELIER Writers. You can find her online here

Janelle Bassett lives in St. Louis. Her work has most recently appeared or is forthcoming in Slice Magazine, Longleaf Review, Okay Donkey and Jellyfish Review. Her short story collection “Thanks for This Riot” was short-listed for the 2019 Santa Fe Writers Project Award, judged by Carmen Maria Machado. She’s on Instagram as @jbnows and barely on Twitter as @hazmatcat.

Brad Baumgartner is a writer, theorist, and Assistant Teaching Professor of English at Penn State. His creative work has recently appeared in The Operating System, Zeno Magazine, Queen Mob’s Teahouse, Vestiges, and others.

Katherine Beaman lives in Atlanta, Georgia by way of the Texas Gulf Coast. She maintains and publishes interviews and reviews of art, literature, and music to Commonplace Review.

Paul Beckman is a retired air traffic controller. He was one of the winners in The Best Small Fictions 2016!  His latest of 3 collections of flash stories, “Kiss Kiss” ( Truth Serum Press), is available at Independent Book Stores & Amazon. He has been published at Literary Orphans, Matter Press, Spelk, Playboy, Yellow Mama, and Pank. His micro-story was selected for the 2018 New Norton Anthology on micro-fiction.

Alex Behr’s debut story collection, Planet Grim, was published by 7.13 Books in 2017. Her work has appeared in Tin House, Salon, Cosmonauts Ave., The Rumpus, and elsewhere. She teaches creative writing residencies at Portland, OR, high schools through Writers in the Schools.  Her website: http://alexbehr.com.

Hugh Behm-Steinberg’s prose can be found in Gravel, Sand, Grimoire, Joyland, Heavy Feather Review, Jellyfish Review, Atticus Review and Pank. His short story “Taylor Swift” won the 2015 Barthelme Prize from Gulf Coast. A collection of prose poems and microfiction, Animal Children, is forthcoming from Nomadic Press in January, 2020. He is chief steward of the adjunct faculty union at California College of the Arts, SEIU 1021.

Krys Malcolm Belc is the author of the flash nonfiction chapbook In Transit (The Cupboard Pamphlet) and has had essays in Granta, The Rumpus, Black Warrior Review, and elsewhere, and his work has been anthologized in Wigleaf Top 50 and Best of the Net. He’s the memoir editor of Split Lip Magazine and lives in Philadelphia with his partner and their three young children. 

Georgia Bellas is a writer, artist, and filmmaker whose current obsession is botanical dyes. She and Dan Nielsen are the Wisconsin-based duo Sugar Whiskey, a post-minimalist art band. You can follow her teddy bear, host of the award-winning weekly Internet radio show “Mr. Bear’s Violet Hour Saloon,” on Twitter @MrBearStumpy.

Adrian Belmes is a Jewish Ukrainian writer and book artist residing currently in San Diego. He is a senior editor for Fiction International, editor in chief of Badlung Press, and vice president of State Zine Collective. He has been previously published in SOFT CARTEL, Philosophical Idiot, and elsewhere. You can find him at adrianbelmes.com or @adrian_belmes.

Jon Berger lives in Saginaw, Michigan. He was Anti-Heroin Chic’s featured poet for the month of October. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Five 2 One Magazine, BULL, Jellyfish Review, Ellipsis Zine, Faded Out, Occulum, and elsewhere. He tweets @bergerbomb44.

Will Bernardara Jr. is the author of America (voidfront press 2018) and the founder of the occult criminal artist collective The Tender Wolves Society. His work has appeared in The Society of Misfit Stories, Broadswords and Blasters, Grotesque Quarterly, Underbelly, and elsewhere. Contact @kat0n9000.

Alec Berry lives in Wheeling, WV. He wrote and self-published All Pretty Sore. See more of his stuff here.

Joe Bielecki is a Grand Rapids Michigan writer who also works in television and radio. He hosts a podcast about writing called Writing The Rapids. His work has appeared in Occulum, Moonchild Magazine, The Ginger Collect, All the Sins, and more. He can be found on twitter @noisemakerjoe.

Kevin Bigley is an actor/writer in Los Angeles. He’s worked on shows such as Sirens, Bojack Horseman, Here & Now, and Parked on Amazon. He’ll also be featured on the upcoming Greg Daniels Amazon show Upload. He’s had previous work published in Maudlin House, Reedsy, and the October issue of Beautiful Losers. You can favorite his lame jokes on twitter @kevinbigley.

Sheldon Birnie lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada with his wife and their two young children. The author of Missing Like Teeth: An oral history of Winnipeg underground rock (Eternal Cavalier), his fiction has recently appeared in Exoplanet, The Wicked Library, Parallel Prairies, among others. Find him lurking online @badguybirnie. 

Michael Seymour Blake’s work has appeared or is forthcoming at Cosmonauts Avenue, Hobart, Barrelhouse, Fanzine, Flapperhouse, Entropy, Waxwing, Queen Mob’s Tea House, Corium, People Holding, and Heavy Feather Review. He writes and doodles in Queens. Find him here and @michaelseymourblake.

Joshua Bohnsack is the assistant managing editor for TriQuarterly and founding editor for Long Day Press. He is the author of Shift Drink (Spork Press 2020) and his work has appeared in The Rumpus, Hobart, SAND, and others. He lives in Chicago where he works as a bookseller.

Jamy Bond’s work has appeared in Wigleaf, The Rumpus, The Sun Magazine, Peace Corps Writers, and on National Public Radio’s The Sound of Writing.  Her essay, What Feels Like Destiny, published in The Sun, was nominated for a Pushcart Prize.  She has an MFA from George Mason University where she co-founded So to Speak: A Feminist Journal of Language and Art.  She lives in Washington, DC. 

Alicia Bones is a Seattle-based writer and college English instructor. Her work has been published in Paper Darts, PidgeonholesNecessary FictionJellyfish Review, and elsewhere.

Matthew Bookin is the author of Honest Days (Dostoyevsky Wannabe, 2018) and Palace (Ghost City Press, 2018.) He lives in Buffalo, NY.

Timothy Boudreau’s work appears or is forthcoming at Milk Candy Review,  Fiction Southeast, Lost Balloon, Bending Genres and elsewhere. His collection Saturday Night and other Short Stories is available through Hobblebush Books. Find him on Twitter at @tcboudreau or visit his website timothyboudreau.com.

Barrett Bowlin’s stories and essays appear in places like Ninth Letter, Hobart, Michigan Quarterly Review, The Rumpus, Salt Hill, and Bayou. Photos and links to his work online can be found at barrettbowlin.com.

Matt Boyarsky is from Montdale, Pennsylvania. His stories have been in Swamp Ape Review and BULL. He loves YouTube chiropractors and tweets as @yarsknotes.

Megan Boyle maintains her site here.

Exodus Oktavia Brownlow is a Cruger, MS native. As a writer, she enjoys character-driven fiction, purposeful horror, and nonfiction that helps to create a healthier world for us all. Exodus has been published with Electric Literature, Barren Magazine, Anti-Heroin Chic Magazine and more. She has a healthy adoration for the color green.

Brian Brunson’s stories have appeared in Literary Juice, The Doctor T. J. Eckelburg Review, Four Chambers, Otis Nebula, and Belletrist. He has had short plays produced by Space55. Here currently lives in Phoenix, Arizona with his cat, also named Brian. You can find him on twitter @brianhastweet.

Scott Bryan is a copy editor and ‘2018 Writer of the Year’ for Music in Minnesota. He also publishes the online novel/zine Get It Away From Me and penned the screenplay for the independent feature film Drunk. His fiction has appeared in Soda Killers Magazine and Coffin Bell Literary Journal.

Aaron Buchanan is a philosophy and Latin instructor in Tampa, Florida. He is a native of Michigan —a mystical, incongruous land which features prominently in his work.

Amanda Claire Buckley is a writer who was once a waitress who was once a philosophy student who was once part of a traveling sketch comedy troupe. Her work has been featured on the web, in print, and at festivals nationally. She is currently an MFA candidate at Sarah Lawrence College and is a contributing editor at Pigeon Pages. Her site is maintained here.

Toom Bucksaw divides his time between skulking the buttes of Montana, rustling Flapjack McGraw’s cattle and cutting his nails with a dull knife. His twitter handle, branded on the side of his steed, is @toom_buck.

Arielle Burgdorf is a writer from Washington D.C. and current MFA candidate at Chatham University. Her work has been published by Lambda Literary, Crab Fat Magazinemany gendered mothers, and Maximum Rocknroll, among others. She is also the founder of Another Planet Press. 

Karina Bush is an Irish writer and visual poet, born in Belfast and now living in Rome. She is the author of three books, ‘BRAIN LACE’ (BareBackPress, 2018), ‘50 EURO’ (BareBackPress, 2017), and ‘MAIDEN’ (48th Street Press, 2016). Her fourth book ‘CHRISTO & NICOLA’ is coming soon from Analog Submission Press. For more visit her website karinabush.com and Instagram.

Zarah Butcher-McGunnigle is from Auckland, New Zealand and currently lives in Melbourne, Australia. Her work has appeared in publications such as Fanzine, Turbine, and Best NZ Poems. She is the author of Autobiography of a Marguerite (Hue & Cry Press, 2014). She can be found on Twitter and Instagram as @zarahbm.

Drew Buxton spent more money last year on spilled cappuccino, in cafes from one side of this world to the other, than you made. His stuff has been featured in Hobart, Vice, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, Funhouse, Mayday, and Hypertext among other publications. He blogs about pro wrestling for Clash Media.

 

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