Moh Afdhaal is a writer from Sri Lanka. When he is not spending time on construction sites at his day job as a Civil Engineer, he reads and writes fiction. His flash fiction has been published on 101 Words, 365 Tomorrows and Friday Flash Fiction.
Chris Bullard is a retired judge who lives in Philadelphia, PA. He received his B.A. in English from the University of Pennsylvania and his M.F.A. from Wilkes University. Main Street Rag released his poetry chapbook, Florida Man, this year and Moonstone Press plans to publish The Rainclouds of y, another poetry chapbook, in September.
Mathieu Cailler is the author of six books. His short stories, poems, and essays have appeared in numerous national and international publications, including PANK, The Saturday Evening Post, and the Los Angeles Times. He is the recipient of a Shakespeare Award, a Short Story America Prize, and a New England Book Festival Award. Heaven and Other Zip Codes, his debut novel and most recently published book, was named the winner of the 2021 Los Angeles Book Festival Prize. To learn more, please visit mathieucailler.com or find him on social media @writesfromla.
Peter Cherches has published five collections of fiction and creative nonfiction since 2013, most recently Masks: Stories from a Pandemic. Called “one of the innovators of the short short story” by Publishers Weekly, he’s also a jazz singer and lyricist. He’s a native of Brooklyn, New York.
Kayleigh Cutforth has a first in English Lit and Creative Writing and is studying a Masters in Publishing at the London College of Communication. She is editor-in-chief of lit mag MONO.
Riley Erlandson is a Master of Divinity student who is passionate about the environment, storytelling, and creating compassionate community. She also loves chai tea, her dog Tucker, writing in her bullet journal, and, of course, reading. Riley can be found on Twitter at @rileyerlandson and Instagram @literaryriley.
Jeff Harvey lives in San Diego. His short fiction has appeared in Potato Soup Journal, Salmon Creek Journal, and Moonpark Review. Find him on Twitter @jeffharveysd.
Victoria Heartwood is a Pushcart Prize-nominated writer whose short stories and poetry have been published by Washington Square Review, Gargoyle Magazine, Spectrum, Belletrist, Funicular Magazine, The Worcester Review, 580 Split, Moonchild Magazine, and more. She holds a master’s degree in fiction and a doctorate in higher education with a focus on embodied learning. Stay in touch with Victoria at www.victoriaheartwood.com, on Twitter @DoveVictoria, and through Instagram @victoria.heartwood.
Miriam Mandel Levi’s work has appeared in Creative Nonfiction, Brain, Child, Literary Mama, Under the Sun, Poetica, bioStories, Sleet, Tablet, Blue Lyra, Chautauqua, Random Sample, Sky Island, JMWW, and is pending in Persimmon Tree and Sunlight Press.
DS Levy lives in the Midwest. Her fiction has appeared in many journals and has been nominated for a Pushcart and Best Microfiction, and was included in Wigleaf‘s Top 50 2021 and Longlist 2022.
Robert Garner McBrearty is the author of five books of fiction, most recently the flash collection When I Can’t Sleep (Matter Press). His stories have appeared widely including in the Pushcart Prize, Missouri Review, New England Review, New Flash Fiction Review, Fractured Lit, and The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts. He has been awarded a Sherwood Anderson Foundation Fiction Award and fellowships from MacDowell and the Fine Arts Work Center. He lives with his family in Colorado.
Gary Percesepe is the author of eleven books, including Moratorium: Collected Stories, named by Kirkus Review one of the top 100 Indie books of 2022. Excerpts from his memoir-in-progress have been featured recently in The Sun Magazine. He teaches philosophy at Fordham University in the Bronx.
Keith J. Powell writes fiction, CNF, reviews, and plays. He is a founding editor of Your Impossible Voice and occasionally tweets @KeithJ_Powell. He has recent or forthcoming work in Lunch Ticket, Cloves Literary, Schuylkill Valley Journal, Bending Genres, and New World Writing.
Yvonne Thomas [Featured Cover Artist] is a retired civil servant, animal activist, and photographer who lives in the New York Finger Lakes region.
Cover Photograph by Yvonne Thomas.
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