Neil Clark writes micro and flash fiction from his tiny flat in Edinburgh. His work has appeared in Cheap Pop, Okay Donkey, The Molotov Cocktail and other places. Find him on Twitter @NeilRClark or visit neilclarkwrites.wordpress.com for a full list of publications.
Camille Clarke is a writer from the Midwest who exists solely on croissants and sapphic poetry. When not consuming either of those things, she is letting her tea get cold or tweeting about her adorable nephew at @_camillessi.
Matilda Harjunpää writes in Helsinki, Finland. You can find her on Twitter @matildahrjnp.
Phebe Jewell’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in Every Day Fiction, Amethyst Review, Bindweed Magazine, and Crab Creek Review. She lives in Seattle, where she teaches at Seattle Central College. In addition to her work at SCC, she is a volunteer teacher for Freedom Education Project Puget Sound, a nonprofit offering college-level courses for women in prison.
Mary Kane’s writing has been featured or is forthcoming in Smokelong Quarterly, Roanoke Review, Beloit Poetry Journal, Poetry Daily, Brilliant Flash Fiction, Prose Poem Journal, Hiram Poetry Review and other journals. She is the author of two chapbooks of poetry (She Didn’t Float, Harlequin Ink, and After We Talk About the Recent Deaths of Our Parents and About Compassion as Handled by Chekhov, Casa de Cinco Hermanas Press) as well as one full-length poetry collection, Door (One Bird Books). She lives on Cape Cod where she can often be found walking.
The Logan A. Richmond Professor of Spanish at Lycoming College (Williamsport, PA), Sandra Kingery has published 18 books in translation, including Julia and Of My Real Life I Know Nothing by Ana María Moix; Welcome to Miami, Doctor Leal by René Vázquez Díaz; and Hudson,Without Preamble, and Metztli (with Kaitlyn Hipple) by Xánath Caraza.
Robert John Miller’s work has appeared in Necessary Fiction, New Flash Fiction Review, X-R-A-Y, Peregrine, and others. You can find more stories at robertjohnmiller.com. He lives in Chicago and is working on a novel.
Emma Neale has lived in San Diego, Wellington and London, but now lives in Dunedin, New Zealand. Her novel, Billy Bird, was long-listed for the International Dublin Literary Award. A collection of poems, To the Occupant, is just out from Otago University Press. The current editor of Landfall, she is also the mother of two young sons, one 17, one 9.
Santino Prinzi is a Co-Director of National Flash Fiction Day in the UK, a Consulting Editor for New Flash Fiction Review, and is one of the founding organisers of the annual Flash Fiction Festival. His flash fiction pamphlet, There’s Something Macrocosmic About All of This (2018), is available from V-Press, and his short flash collection, Dots and other flashes of perception (2016), is available from The Nottingham Review Press. To find out more follow him on Twitter (@tinoprinzi) or visit his website:
Lawrence Schimel is a bilingual (Spanish/English) writer, born in New York City and living in Madrid, Spain for the past twenty years. He has published over 100 books in many different genres as author or anthologist, including Una barba para dos and The Drag Queen of Elfland (fiction), Deleted Names and Desayuno en la cama (poetry), Vacation in Ibiza (graphic novel) and Let’s Go See Papá! and No es hora de jugar (children’s books). He is also a literary translator, most recently of Destruction of the Lover by Luis Panini and Impure Acts by Ángelo Néstore. He tweets in English at @lawrenceschimel and in Spanish at @1barbax2.
Sheree Shatsky writes short fiction believing much can be conveyed with a few wild words. She was selected by the AWP Writer to Writer Mentorship Program as a Spring 2018 mentee for flash fiction. Recent work has appeared in Foliate Oak Literary Magazine, KYSO Flash, Fictive Dream and X-R-A-Y Literary Magazine with work forthcoming in Crack the Spine and the KYSO Flash Anthology, Accidents of Life. Read more of her work at http://www.shereeshatsky.com. She tweets @talktomememe.
Meg Sipos earned her MFA from George Mason University, where she served as nonfiction editor for the feminist literary journal So to Speak. She currently co-hosts Bestiary, a podcast about humans and other animals, with her husband.
Michael Grant Smith wears sleeveless T-shirts, weather permitting. His writing has appeared in elimae, Ghost Parachute, The Airgonaut, formercactus, The Cabinet of Heed, Ellipsis Zine, Spelk, Hypnopomp, Soft Cartel, and other publications. Michael resides in Ohio. He has traveled to Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Cincinnati. To learn too much about Michael, please visit www.michaelgrantsmith.com and @MGSatMGScom.
German-born Chila Woychik has lived in the American Midwest most of her life. She has been published by Passages North, Cimarron, Portland Review, and others. She’s the recipient of a writing award from Emrys Foundation. She’s also the founding editor at Eastern Iowa Review. Her essay collection, Singing the Land: A Rural Chronology, is forthcoming in 2020 by Shanti Arts Publishing.
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