CONTRIBUTORS: F – I

William Falo’s stories have appeared or are forthcoming in the Foliate Oak Review, Newfound, Fictive Dream, Litro Magazine, and others. He loves dogs and books. Find him on Twitter at @williamfalo.

Nick Farriella’s fiction has appeared in Across the Margin and Unsolicited Press. He lives in New Jersey where he works as a copywriter and is the founder of Freedom Through Literature, an organization that runs annual book drives for prisons. You can follow him on Twitter @nick_farriella.

Christian Fennell is currently working on a collection of short stories, Torrents of Our Time, and a second novel, The Monkey King. His short stories have appeared in literary magazines and collected works, including: Chaleur Magazine, Litro Magazine, Spark: A Creative Anthology, Liars’ League London, and .Cent Magazine. Christian was a columnist and the fiction editor at the Prague Revue. 

Marina Flores is a feminist writer and scholar born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. She holds a Master of Arts in Literature, Creative Writing and Social Justice from Our Lady of the Lake University. Her work has appeared in The Pecan Grove Review and Dream Noir Literary Magazine. In her spare time, Marina can be found reading, curled up with her doxie, Simba, or sipping on a cup of iced coffee. She tweets her thoughts daily from @marinathelibra.

Joaquin Fernandez is a recovering filmmaker and South Florida native perpetually tinkering with his first novel. His work has appeared in Okay Donkey, Cotton Xenomorph, Cheap Pop and Pidgeonholes among others. He’s guest edited special issues for Kissing Dynamite and X-R-A-Y Magazine in addition to editing for the Radix Media anthology AFTERMATH. He can be found @Joaqertxranger and joaquinfernandezwrites.com.  

Jennifer Fliss is a Seattle-based writer whose writing has appeared in F(r)iction, PANK, The Rumpus, The Washington Post, and elsewhere, including the 2019 Best Short Fictions anthology. She is the 2018/2019 Pen Parentis Fellow and a 2019 recipient of a Grant for Artist Project award from Artist’s Trust. She can be found on Twitter at @writesforlife or via her website

Pat Foran is a writer in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. His work has appeared in various journals, including Little Fiction, Bad Pony, Okay Donkey, WhiskeyPaper and Milk Candy Review. Find him on twitter @pdforan.

Jaime Fountaine was raised by “wolves.” She lives in Philadelphia and maintains her site here.

Erika Franz (s/he, hi/hers) is a queer author living in Baltimore with her wife, daughter, and pets. Her fiction has been published in the The First Line and Queen Mob’s Teahouse. Find her at www.erikafranz.com or on Twitter and Instagram at @ETFranz.   

Daniel Fraser is a writer from Hebden Bridge, Yorkshire. His poetry and prose have featured in the LA Review of BooksAeonEntropyAcumenSpelk and Mute, among others. His work is forthcoming in Anthropocene PoetryClarion, and Picaroon. Find him on Twitter @oubliette_mag.

Alex S. French writes from Montana. His work can be found here. Twitter: @asfrenchaf.

Jenny Fried is a writer living in California. Her work has appeared previously in Psychoneuroendocrinology and The New York Times.

Caroline Galdi is exactly like you in every way possible. She’s working towards her BA in English at UNC-Greensboro, where she edits literature for The Coraddi. She’s @cyclostome on Twitter, and she reads all of your tweets.

Scott Garson is the author of IS THAT YOU, JOHN WAYNE? — a collection of stories. He has work in or coming from Threepenny Review, American Short Fiction, Kenyon Review, Conjunctions and others.

Kristin Garth is a poet from Pensacola who has had a few fever dreams in prose. Her poems and shorts stories have been featured in Luna Luna, SCAB, Anti-Heroin Chic, Drunk Monkeys, Ghost City Press, Occulum and many other publications. Her poetry chapbook Pink Plastic House is available here. Follow her sonnets, socks and secrets on Twitter: @lolaandjolie and her website.

Jessi Gaston is a writer and “filmmaker” based in Chicago’s west side. Their poetry has been featured on Queen Mob’s Teahouse and they have an e-book of sorts on Gauss PDF. Their short film, “Black Pill,” is currently in development. Other than that, they spend their time doing nothing and being a lay-about wastrel, and also spelling their name a couple different ways. Find them on Twitter @jejesjesijessi.

Oliver Gaywood was raised in Scotland’s rugged north before gradually moving south, culminating with a permanent move to Australia. He’s worked in journalism and digital marketing and began getting serious about penning short stories in 2016. You can find examples of his work on olivergaywood.com or be the first to know what he’s up to by following @olivergaywood on Twitter.

Kate Gehan’s debut short story collection, The Girl and The Fox Pirate, was published by Mojave River Press in 2018. Her writing has appeared in McSweeny’s Internet Tendency, Split Lip Magazine, People Holding, Cheap Pop, among others. She is nonfiction editor at Pithead Chapel. Say hello @StateofKate and find her work here.

Steve Gergley is a writer and runner based in Warwick, New York. His fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in A-Minor, After the Pause, Barren Magazine, Maudlin House, Pithead Chapel, and others. In addition to writing fiction, he has composed and recorded five albums of original music. He can be found on twitter @GergleySteve , and on his author website.

Henry Gifford is a previously unpublished poet and novelist. He is currently a Master’s student in English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University. He can be reached at henryngifford@gmail.com.

Kaye Gilhooley is based in Christchurch, New Zealand. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Flash Frontier and Takahe. She lives by the beautiful Opawaho River at the foot of the Port Hills, watching dogs and their walkers pass by every day.  She hankers after a dog of her own.

Will Gilmer is a writer and poet living in Metro-Detroit. Over two dozen of his stories have appeared in print and online. When he’s not putting his thoughts on paper you can find him piddling in a garden, brewing beer, or practicing for he and his wife’s imaginary appearance on The Great British Bake Off.

Connor Goodwin is a writer and critic biking around Brooklyn. His writing has appeared or is forthcoming in The Washington Post, BOMB Magazine, The Los Angeles Review of Books, Blouin Artinfoand elsewhere. He is working on his first novel. Follow @condorgoodwing.

Cavin Bryce Gonzalez founded Back Patio Press. He is twenty-three years old and lives in Florida with his hound dog. You can buy his debut book, “I Could Be Your Neighbor, Isn’t That Horrifying?” here.

Christopher Gonzalez is a fiction editor at Barrelhouse. His short stories appear or are forthcoming in Cosmonauts Avenue, Third Point Press, jmww, Split Lip Magazine, and others. A former Clevelander, he now lives in New York and works in books publishing. You can find more of his writing online at www.chris-gonzalez.com, or by following him on Twitter: @livesinpages.

Howie Good is the author of three recent collections, I’m Not a Robot from Tolsun Books, The Titanic Sails at Dawn from Alien Buddha Press, and What It Is and How to Use It from Grey Book Press. He co-edits the journals Unbroken and UnLost.

Melissa Goode’s work has appeared in Wigleaf, SmokeLong Quarterly, Whiskey Paper, Split Lip Magazine, Forge Literary Magazine, among others. Her story “It falls” (Jellyfish Review) was recently chosen by Aimee Bender for Best Small Fictions 2018 (Braddock Avenue Books). She lives in Australia. You can find her here and at @melgoodewriter.

Anita Goveas is British-Asian, based in London, and fueled by strong coffee and paneer jalfrezi. She was first published in the 2016 London Short Story Prize anthology, most recently in Spelk, Lost Balloon and Terse. She’s on the editorial team at Flashback Fiction,  a reader for Bare Fiction and tweets erratically @coffeeandpaneer.

Jason Graff has authored one novella, In the Service of the Boyar (Vagabondage Press, ’16). He has two novels slated for publication in 2019, heckler (Unsolicited Press) and Stray Our Pieces (Waldorf Publishing). His short stories, poems and essays have been published in Carrier Pigeon, Per Contra and many other publications. He lives in Richardson, TX with his wife, son and cat.

Simon Graham on is from Sydney, Australia. He tweets at @s__graham

Rebecca Gransden lives on an island and writes sometimes. She can be found on Twitter @rlgransden and online occasionally at rebeccagransden.wordpress.com

Joseph Grantham lives somewhere in America. He is the author of Tom Sawyer (CCM Press 2018) and Raking Leaves (Holler Presents 2018). He runs Disorder Press with his sister.

Michael Graves is the author of the novel, Parade. He also composed the short story collection, Dirty One. This book was a Lambda Literary Award Finalist and an American Library Association Honoree. His short fiction and poetry have been featured in numerous literary publications, including Pank, Post Road, Eclectica Magazine, Storgy and Chelsea Station Magazine. Follow Michael on Twitter: @MGravesAuthor.

Dylan Gray is a writer from Bloomington, Indiana. He tweets stupid shit on his Twitter @dylanthegray.

Shannon Frost Greenstein is a Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net Nominee, a Contributing Editor for Barren Magazine, and a former Ph.D. candidate in Continental Philosophy. Her work has appeared in McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Crab Fat Magazine, Spelk Fiction, Scary Mommy, and elsewhere. She works as a copywriter and freelancer in Philadelphia, where she lives with her children, soulmate, and cats. Follow Shannon on her website at www.shannonfrostgreenstein.wordpress.com or on Twitter at @mrsgreenstein. She can also be Googled.

Nick Gregorio is a writer, teacher, reader, husband, hobbyist musician, and teeth-grinder living just outside of Philadelphia with his wife and dog. His fiction has appeared in many wonderful publications, and Maudlin House has released two of his books: This Distance (2018), and Good Grief, a novel (2017). He cohosts a podcast called book.record.beer, loves movies, punk rock, and comics, and buys more books than he has time to read. Drop him a line on social media! Twitter: @mister_nick_ and Instagram: @mister__nick.

Jennifer Greidus is the co-founder of X-R-A-Y and writes in a small apartment in Arizona. Some of her short stories appear here.

Anne Gresham is a writer and librarian living in Northwest Arkansas with her husband, daughter, and various small carnivores. Her short fiction has appeared in Unnerving, Flame Tree Publishing, Dark Moon Digest, and elsewhere. Find her on Twitter at @agresham or at annegresham.com.

Nicholas Grider is the author of the story collection Misadventure (A Strange Object, 2014) and his work has appeared recently in Okay Donkey, Five:2:One, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, Queen Mob’s Tea House and elsewhere. He can be found apologizing for lots of things at @ngrdr and, as of August 2019, at www.nicholasgrider.com.

Hannah Grieco is a writer and advocate in Arlington, VA. She is the fiction editor at Porcupine Literary, an assistant fiction editor at Barrelhouse, and a cnf reader at LongLeaf Review. Find her online at www.hgrieco.com or on Twitter at @writesloud.

Dóra Grőber is the editor of SCAB, an online literary/art magazine for all things twisted. Her work has previously appeared at Hobart. You can find out more about SCAB here.

Chris Gugino is a writer/musician/occasional visual artist. He lives in the mountains of the southwestern US, where he earns his living as a cook. Turn ons: cannabis, butts, the complete works of Dennis Cooper, food, whisky. Turn offs: mean people, sunny days.

Lily Hackett lives in Shepherds Bush, London. Her writing has featured in Egress and NY Tyrant Magazine.

Scott Manley Hadley blogs at TriumphoftheNow.com and is Satire Editor at Queen Mob’s Teahouse. His debut poetry collection, Bad Boy Poet (Open Pen, 2018) is available now. He is bald and has a dog.

Joseph Edwin Haeger is the author of Learn to Swim (University of Hell Press, 2015). His writing has appeared in The Pacific NW Inlander, RiverLit, Hippocampus Magazine, and others. He lives in Spokane, Washington with his wife and sons. You can find him @JoeTurquoise.

Ryan Hall was born in Ogden, Utah, a place that holds the distinction of being where Hal Ashby grew up. He resides in Portland, Oregon.

Max Halper lives in upstate New York. He’s been a student, trespasser and patient at some of the country’s most prestigious institutions. X-R-A-Y Literary Magazine is debuting his fiction.

Daniel Handelman lives in Oakland, CA. He tweets @danielnhand. His work has appeared in Faded Out, Maudlin House, and Alien Mouth. Find him here.

T.S.J. Harling has a first class BA in English Literature from the University of Liverpool and an MA in Critical and Creative Writing from the University of Sussex.  Literary influences include Mary Shelley, the Brontë sisters, Shirley Jackson and Elizabeth Wurtzel. Publications include The Ham Free Press , Twisted Sister Lit Mag, Dear Damsels, Queen Mob’s Tea House and Storgy, among others. T.S.J. Harling has embarked on a Creative Writing PhD at the Royal Holloway, University of London since September 2018.

Chelsea Harris has appeared in The Conium Review, Smokelong Quarterly, Grimoire, Portland Review, and Literary Orphans, among others. She received her MFA from Columbia College Chicago and currently lives in Washington state. You can find more of her work here.

L Mari Harris splits her time between Nebraska and the Ozarks, and works as a copywriter in the tech industry. Her work has appeared in Atticus Review, Bending Genres, Lost Balloon, and Milk Candy Review, among others. Follow her on Twitter @LMariHarris and read more of her work at www.lmariharris.wordpress.com.

Sarah E. Harris is a writer living in California’s central valley with her husband and two unruly dogs. Her work has previously appeared in publications such as SpringGunQuarter After Eight, and NANO Fiction, where it was awarded the 3rd annual NANO Prize. Find her on Twitter @DrSeharris.

Kevin Hatch lives in California where he rehabilitates neglected stuffed animals at the Pacific branch of the Stuffed Animal Sanctuary. Find him at here.

Jordan Hayward is based in Manchester and can be found @totoafricaremix. His work has previously appeared in SOFT CARTEL and Adjacent Pineapple and is forthcoming in crag.

Katherine Heath is an essayist and journalist from Saint Joseph, Missouri. She currently lives in Brooklyn, NY and is an MFA candidate in the Creative Writing program at Sarah Lawrence College. For more about this author and her work: keheath.com

Joshua Hebburn has works featured in X-R-A-Y’s Boneyard Issue, Trnsfr Books’ Sip Cup, Back Patio, Blue Arrangements, Maudlin House, and Hobart. He lives in L.A tweets infrequently @joshuahebburn.

Marston Hefner is a writer living in Los Angeles. He has a story published by Tyrant Magazine. In his free time he plays backgammon and practices yoga.

R.E. Hengsterman is a Pushcart nominee, award-winning writer and photographer. He was born helpless and nude and now wanders under the Carolina blue sky. Reach him @robhengsterman and here.

Marisha Gene Hicks lives in Austin, Texas. Her writing is found in Gravel, Ghost City Review, and Peach Mag. Tweet at her @cryybaeb

Andrew Higgins earned his MFA from New York University. His writing has appeared in The Rumpus, Belt Magazine, The Vehicle, and elsewhere. He lives in Cleveland, Ohio.

Emma Hodson lives and writes in the Bay Area. In her spare time, she supports her cat’s weight loss journey, consumes bread and butter, and advances reproductive rights at the 9 to 5.

Olivia Holbrook lives in Oakland, California where she is studying English Literature at Mills College. This is her first creative-nonfiction publication. Her work is heavily influenced by her interest in poetry and fiction. You can find her on Twitter at @moar_loaves.

Claire Hopple is the author of TIRED PEOPLE SEEING AMERICA (Dostoevsky Wannabe, 2019) and TOO MUCH OF THE WRONG THING (Truth Serum Press, 2017). Her fiction has appeared in Hobart, Heavy Feather Review, Bluestem, Timber, and others. More at clairehopple.com.

Chelsea Houghton lives in North Canterbury, New Zealand and is studying a MCW. She has had fiction published in Flash Frontier and Mimicry Journal. She tweets @chelseahoughton.

Dave Housley’s first novel, “This Darkness Got to Give,” was released in 2018. He is the author of four story collections, most recently “Massive Cleansing Fire” and “If I Knew the Way, I Would Take You Home.” He is one of the founding editors and do-stuff people at Barrelhouse, and he makes his actual living as a web strategist and manager at Penn State. He tweets at @housleydave.

Jonah Howell is a tattooist in North Carolina. You can find his other writings in Surfaces and (soon) in Waxing & Waning and The Bleeding Heart Nihilist. His collection of poetry and essays, Empathology, will be published in summer 2019 by BHN Books.

Ellen Huang is a writer of skits, poetry, devotionals, fairy tales, and horror. She has pieces published in Diverging Magazine, Amethyst Review, Gingerbread House, among others. She likes burning things (pyrography), wearing a cape, swimming in the ocean, and staying up late—usually not all at once. She also runs a blog titled “The Creator’s Apprentice,” where she can be found reenacting Disney scenes and unironically analyzing films on a spiritual level.

Jocelyn Hungerford is the nom de plume of a sentient entity, fractured consciousness and mountain hermit. She has been published in the Sydney Review of Books, Mascara Literary Review and Meanjin.

Ashley Hutson’s work has appeared in Catapult, Electric Literature, Wigleaf, matchbook, Fanzine, and SmokeLong Quarterly. She lives in rural Maryland. Read more at aahutson.com.

Graham Irvin is from Kannapolis, North Carolina. His writing has appeared or is forthcoming in Ghost City Review, Soft Cartel, South Broadway Ghost Society, The Nervous Breakdown, Really Serious Literature, Instant Lit Magazine, and Philosophical Idiot. Follow him on Twitter (@grahamjirvin).

Divya Iyer is a poet and writer based in India. Their poetry has appeared in The Brown Orient, South Broadway Ghost Society, Barren Magazine, Rose Quartz Magazine and others. They’re easiest to find and contact @ divwhine. 

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William Falo’s stories have appeared or are forthcoming in the Foliate Oak Review, Newfound, Fictive Dream, Litro Magazine, and others. He loves dogs and books. Find him on Twitter at @williamfalo.

Nick Farriella’s fiction has appeared in Across the Margin and Unsolicited Press. He lives in New Jersey where he works as a copywriter and is the founder of Freedom Through Literature, an organization that runs annual book drives for prisons. You can follow him on Twitter @nick_farriella.

Christian Fennell is currently working on a collection of short stories, Torrents of Our Time, and a second novel, The Monkey King. His short stories have appeared in literary magazines and collected works, including: Chaleur Magazine, Litro Magazine, Spark: A Creative Anthology, Liars’ League London, and .Cent Magazine. Christian was a columnist and the fiction editor at the Prague Revue. 

Marina Flores is a feminist writer and scholar born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. She holds a Master of Arts in Literature, Creative Writing and Social Justice from Our Lady of the Lake University. Her work has appeared in The Pecan Grove Review and Dream Noir Literary Magazine. In her spare time, Marina can be found reading, curled up with her doxie, Simba, or sipping on a cup of iced coffee. She tweets her thoughts daily from @marinathelibra.

Joaquin Fernandez is a recovering filmmaker and South Florida native perpetually tinkering with his first novel. His work has appeared in Okay Donkey, Cotton Xenomorph, Cheap Pop and Pidgeonholes among others. He’s guest edited special issues for Kissing Dynamite and X-R-A-Y Magazine in addition to editing for the Radix Media anthology AFTERMATH. He can be found @Joaqertxranger and joaquinfernandezwrites.com.  

Jennifer Fliss is a Seattle-based writer whose writing has appeared in F(r)iction, PANK, The Rumpus, The Washington Post, and elsewhere, including the 2019 Best Short Fictions anthology. She is the 2018/2019 Pen Parentis Fellow and a 2019 recipient of a Grant for Artist Project award from Artist’s Trust. She can be found on Twitter at @writesforlife or via her website

Pat Foran is a writer in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. His work has appeared in various journals, including Little Fiction, Bad Pony, Okay Donkey, WhiskeyPaper and Milk Candy Review. Find him on twitter @pdforan.

Jaime Fountaine was raised by “wolves.” She lives in Philadelphia and maintains her site here.

Erika Franz (s/he, hi/hers) is a queer author living in Baltimore with her wife, daughter, and pets. Her fiction has been published in the The First Line and Queen Mob’s Teahouse. Find her at www.erikafranz.com or on Twitter and Instagram at @ETFranz.   

Daniel Fraser is a writer from Hebden Bridge, Yorkshire. His poetry and prose have featured in the LA Review of BooksAeonEntropyAcumenSpelk and Mute, among others. His work is forthcoming in Anthropocene PoetryClarion, and Picaroon. Find him on Twitter @oubliette_mag.

Alex S. French writes from Montana. His work can be found here. Twitter: @asfrenchaf.

Jenny Fried is a writer living in California. Her work has appeared previously in Psychoneuroendocrinology and The New York Times.

Caroline Galdi is exactly like you in every way possible. She’s working towards her BA in English at UNC-Greensboro, where she edits literature for The Coraddi. She’s @cyclostome on Twitter, and she reads all of your tweets.

Scott Garson is the author of IS THAT YOU, JOHN WAYNE? — a collection of stories. He has work in or coming from Threepenny Review, American Short Fiction, Kenyon Review, Conjunctions and others.

Kristin Garth is a poet from Pensacola who has had a few fever dreams in prose. Her poems and shorts stories have been featured in Luna Luna, SCAB, Anti-Heroin Chic, Drunk Monkeys, Ghost City Press, Occulum and many other publications. Her poetry chapbook Pink Plastic House is available here. Follow her sonnets, socks and secrets on Twitter: @lolaandjolie and her website.

Jessi Gaston is a writer and “filmmaker” based in Chicago’s west side. Their poetry has been featured on Queen Mob’s Teahouse and they have an e-book of sorts on Gauss PDF. Their short film, “Black Pill,” is currently in development. Other than that, they spend their time doing nothing and being a lay-about wastrel, and also spelling their name a couple different ways. Find them on Twitter @jejesjesijessi.

Oliver Gaywood was raised in Scotland’s rugged north before gradually moving south, culminating with a permanent move to Australia. He’s worked in journalism and digital marketing and began getting serious about penning short stories in 2016. You can find examples of his work on olivergaywood.com or be the first to know what he’s up to by following @olivergaywood on Twitter.

Kate Gehan’s debut short story collection, The Girl and The Fox Pirate, was published by Mojave River Press in 2018. Her writing has appeared in McSweeny’s Internet Tendency, Split Lip Magazine, People Holding, Cheap Pop, among others. She is nonfiction editor at Pithead Chapel. Say hello @StateofKate and find her work here.

Steve Gergley is a writer and runner based in Warwick, New York. His fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in A-Minor, After the Pause, Barren Magazine, Maudlin House, Pithead Chapel, and others. In addition to writing fiction, he has composed and recorded five albums of original music. He can be found on twitter @GergleySteve , and on his author website.

Henry Gifford is a previously unpublished poet and novelist. He is currently a Master’s student in English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University. He can be reached at henryngifford@gmail.com.

Kaye Gilhooley is based in Christchurch, New Zealand. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Flash Frontier and Takahe. She lives by the beautiful Opawaho River at the foot of the Port Hills, watching dogs and their walkers pass by every day.  She hankers after a dog of her own.

Will Gilmer is a writer and poet living in Metro-Detroit. Over two dozen of his stories have appeared in print and online. When he’s not putting his thoughts on paper you can find him piddling in a garden, brewing beer, or practicing for he and his wife’s imaginary appearance on The Great British Bake Off.

Connor Goodwin is a writer and critic biking around Brooklyn. His writing has appeared or is forthcoming in The Washington Post, BOMB Magazine, The Los Angeles Review of Books, Blouin Artinfoand elsewhere. He is working on his first novel. Follow @condorgoodwing.

Cavin Bryce Gonzalez founded Back Patio Press. He is twenty-three years old and lives in Florida with his hound dog. You can buy his debut book, “I Could Be Your Neighbor, Isn’t That Horrifying?” here.

Christopher Gonzalez is a fiction editor at Barrelhouse. His short stories appear or are forthcoming in Cosmonauts Avenue, Third Point Press, jmww, Split Lip Magazine, and others. A former Clevelander, he now lives in New York and works in books publishing. You can find more of his writing online at www.chris-gonzalez.com, or by following him on Twitter: @livesinpages.

Howie Good is the author of three recent collections, I’m Not a Robot from Tolsun Books, The Titanic Sails at Dawn from Alien Buddha Press, and What It Is and How to Use It from Grey Book Press. He co-edits the journals Unbroken and UnLost.

Melissa Goode’s work has appeared in Wigleaf, SmokeLong Quarterly, Whiskey Paper, Split Lip Magazine, Forge Literary Magazine, among others. Her story “It falls” (Jellyfish Review) was recently chosen by Aimee Bender for Best Small Fictions 2018 (Braddock Avenue Books). She lives in Australia. You can find her here and at @melgoodewriter.

Anita Goveas is British-Asian, based in London, and fueled by strong coffee and paneer jalfrezi. She was first published in the 2016 London Short Story Prize anthology, most recently in Spelk, Lost Balloon and Terse. She’s on the editorial team at Flashback Fiction,  a reader for Bare Fiction and tweets erratically @coffeeandpaneer.

Jason Graff has authored one novella, In the Service of the Boyar (Vagabondage Press, ’16). He has two novels slated for publication in 2019, heckler (Unsolicited Press) and Stray Our Pieces (Waldorf Publishing). His short stories, poems and essays have been published in Carrier Pigeon, Per Contra and many other publications. He lives in Richardson, TX with his wife, son and cat.

Simon Graham on is from Sydney, Australia. He tweets at @s__graham

Rebecca Gransden lives on an island and writes sometimes. She can be found on Twitter @rlgransden and online occasionally at rebeccagransden.wordpress.com

Joseph Grantham lives somewhere in America. He is the author of Tom Sawyer (CCM Press 2018) and Raking Leaves (Holler Presents 2018). He runs Disorder Press with his sister.

Michael Graves is the author of the novel, Parade. He also composed the short story collection, Dirty One. This book was a Lambda Literary Award Finalist and an American Library Association Honoree. His short fiction and poetry have been featured in numerous literary publications, including Pank, Post Road, Eclectica Magazine, Storgy and Chelsea Station Magazine. Follow Michael on Twitter: @MGravesAuthor.

Dylan Gray is a writer from Bloomington, Indiana. He tweets stupid shit on his Twitter @dylanthegray.

Shannon Frost Greenstein is a Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net Nominee, a Contributing Editor for Barren Magazine, and a former Ph.D. candidate in Continental Philosophy. Her work has appeared in McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Crab Fat Magazine, Spelk Fiction, Scary Mommy, and elsewhere. She works as a copywriter and freelancer in Philadelphia, where she lives with her children, soulmate, and cats. Follow Shannon on her website at www.shannonfrostgreenstein.wordpress.com or on Twitter at @mrsgreenstein. She can also be Googled.

Nick Gregorio is a writer, teacher, reader, husband, hobbyist musician, and teeth-grinder living just outside of Philadelphia with his wife and dog. His fiction has appeared in many wonderful publications, and Maudlin House has released two of his books: This Distance (2018), and Good Grief, a novel (2017). He cohosts a podcast called book.record.beer, loves movies, punk rock, and comics, and buys more books than he has time to read. Drop him a line on social media! Twitter: @mister_nick_ and Instagram: @mister__nick.

Jennifer Greidus is the co-founder of X-R-A-Y and writes in a small apartment in Arizona. Some of her short stories appear here.

Anne Gresham is a writer and librarian living in Northwest Arkansas with her husband, daughter, and various small carnivores. Her short fiction has appeared in Unnerving, Flame Tree Publishing, Dark Moon Digest, and elsewhere. Find her on Twitter at @agresham or at annegresham.com.

Nicholas Grider is the author of the story collection Misadventure (A Strange Object, 2014) and his work has appeared recently in Okay Donkey, Five:2:One, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, Queen Mob’s Tea House and elsewhere. He can be found apologizing for lots of things at @ngrdr and, as of August 2019, at www.nicholasgrider.com.

Hannah Grieco is a writer and advocate in Arlington, VA. She is the fiction editor at Porcupine Literary, an assistant fiction editor at Barrelhouse, and a cnf reader at LongLeaf Review. Find her online at www.hgrieco.com or on Twitter at @writesloud.

Dóra Grőber is the editor of SCAB, an online literary/art magazine for all things twisted. Her work has previously appeared at Hobart. You can find out more about SCAB here.

Chris Gugino is a writer/musician/occasional visual artist. He lives in the mountains of the southwestern US, where he earns his living as a cook. Turn ons: cannabis, butts, the complete works of Dennis Cooper, food, whisky. Turn offs: mean people, sunny days.

Lily Hackett lives in Shepherds Bush, London. Her writing has featured in Egress and NY Tyrant Magazine.

Scott Manley Hadley blogs at TriumphoftheNow.com and is Satire Editor at Queen Mob’s Teahouse. His debut poetry collection, Bad Boy Poet (Open Pen, 2018) is available now. He is bald and has a dog.

Joseph Edwin Haeger is the author of Learn to Swim (University of Hell Press, 2015). His writing has appeared in The Pacific NW Inlander, RiverLit, Hippocampus Magazine, and others. He lives in Spokane, Washington with his wife and sons. You can find him @JoeTurquoise.

Ryan Hall was born in Ogden, Utah, a place that holds the distinction of being where Hal Ashby grew up. He resides in Portland, Oregon.

Max Halper lives in upstate New York. He’s been a student, trespasser and patient at some of the country’s most prestigious institutions. X-R-A-Y Literary Magazine is debuting his fiction.

Daniel Handelman lives in Oakland, CA. He tweets @danielnhand. His work has appeared in Faded Out, Maudlin House, and Alien Mouth. Find him here.

T.S.J. Harling has a first class BA in English Literature from the University of Liverpool and an MA in Critical and Creative Writing from the University of Sussex.  Literary influences include Mary Shelley, the Brontë sisters, Shirley Jackson and Elizabeth Wurtzel. Publications include The Ham Free Press , Twisted Sister Lit Mag, Dear Damsels, Queen Mob’s Tea House and Storgy, among others. T.S.J. Harling has embarked on a Creative Writing PhD at the Royal Holloway, University of London since September 2018.

Chelsea Harris has appeared in The Conium Review, Smokelong Quarterly, Grimoire, Portland Review, and Literary Orphans, among others. She received her MFA from Columbia College Chicago and currently lives in Washington state. You can find more of her work here.

L Mari Harris splits her time between Nebraska and the Ozarks, and works as a copywriter in the tech industry. Her work has appeared in Atticus Review, Bending Genres, Lost Balloon, and Milk Candy Review, among others. Follow her on Twitter @LMariHarris and read more of her work at www.lmariharris.wordpress.com.

Sarah E. Harris is a writer living in California’s central valley with her husband and two unruly dogs. Her work has previously appeared in publications such as SpringGunQuarter After Eight, and NANO Fiction, where it was awarded the 3rd annual NANO Prize. Find her on Twitter @DrSeharris.

Kevin Hatch lives in California where he rehabilitates neglected stuffed animals at the Pacific branch of the Stuffed Animal Sanctuary. Find him at here.

Jordan Hayward is based in Manchester and can be found @totoafricaremix. His work has previously appeared in SOFT CARTEL and Adjacent Pineapple and is forthcoming in crag.

Katherine Heath is an essayist and journalist from Saint Joseph, Missouri. She currently lives in Brooklyn, NY and is an MFA candidate in the Creative Writing program at Sarah Lawrence College. For more about this author and her work: keheath.com

Joshua Hebburn has works featured in X-R-A-Y’s Boneyard Issue, Trnsfr Books’ Sip Cup, Back Patio, Blue Arrangements, Maudlin House, and Hobart. He lives in L.A tweets infrequently @joshuahebburn.

Marston Hefner is a writer living in Los Angeles. He has a story published by Tyrant Magazine. In his free time he plays backgammon and practices yoga.

R.E. Hengsterman is a Pushcart nominee, award-winning writer and photographer. He was born helpless and nude and now wanders under the Carolina blue sky. Reach him @robhengsterman and here.

Marisha Gene Hicks lives in Austin, Texas. Her writing is found in Gravel, Ghost City Review, and Peach Mag. Tweet at her @cryybaeb

Andrew Higgins earned his MFA from New York University. His writing has appeared in The Rumpus, Belt Magazine, The Vehicle, and elsewhere. He lives in Cleveland, Ohio.

Emma Hodson lives and writes in the Bay Area. In her spare time, she supports her cat’s weight loss journey, consumes bread and butter, and advances reproductive rights at the 9 to 5.

Olivia Holbrook lives in Oakland, California where she is studying English Literature at Mills College. This is her first creative-nonfiction publication. Her work is heavily influenced by her interest in poetry and fiction. You can find her on Twitter at @moar_loaves.

Claire Hopple is the author of TIRED PEOPLE SEEING AMERICA (Dostoevsky Wannabe, 2019) and TOO MUCH OF THE WRONG THING (Truth Serum Press, 2017). Her fiction has appeared in Hobart, Heavy Feather Review, Bluestem, Timber, and others. More at clairehopple.com.

Chelsea Houghton lives in North Canterbury, New Zealand and is studying a MCW. She has had fiction published in Flash Frontier and Mimicry Journal. She tweets @chelseahoughton.

Dave Housley’s first novel, “This Darkness Got to Give,” was released in 2018. He is the author of four story collections, most recently “Massive Cleansing Fire” and “If I Knew the Way, I Would Take You Home.” He is one of the founding editors and do-stuff people at Barrelhouse, and he makes his actual living as a web strategist and manager at Penn State. He tweets at @housleydave.

Jonah Howell is a tattooist in North Carolina. You can find his other writings in Surfaces and (soon) in Waxing & Waning and The Bleeding Heart Nihilist. His collection of poetry and essays, Empathology, will be published in summer 2019 by BHN Books.

Ellen Huang is a writer of skits, poetry, devotionals, fairy tales, and horror. She has pieces published in Diverging Magazine, Amethyst Review, Gingerbread House, among others. She likes burning things (pyrography), wearing a cape, swimming in the ocean, and staying up late—usually not all at once. She also runs a blog titled “The Creator’s Apprentice,” where she can be found reenacting Disney scenes and unironically analyzing films on a spiritual level.

Jocelyn Hungerford is the nom de plume of a sentient entity, fractured consciousness and mountain hermit. She has been published in the Sydney Review of Books, Mascara Literary Review and Meanjin.

Ashley Hutson’s work has appeared in Catapult, Electric Literature, Wigleaf, matchbook, Fanzine, and SmokeLong Quarterly. She lives in rural Maryland. Read more at aahutson.com.

Graham Irvin is from Kannapolis, North Carolina. His writing has appeared or is forthcoming in Ghost City Review, Soft Cartel, South Broadway Ghost Society, The Nervous Breakdown, Really Serious Literature, Instant Lit Magazine, and Philosophical Idiot. Follow him on Twitter (@grahamjirvin).

Divya Iyer is a poet and writer based in India. Their poetry has appeared in The Brown Orient, South Broadway Ghost Society, Barren Magazine, Rose Quartz Magazine and others. They’re easiest to find and contact @ divwhine. 

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