Peter Anderson is a poet, performer and playwright living in Vancouver, Canada. Recent work has appeared in Unbroken Journal, Sublunary Review and Better Than Starbucks. His plays are available online at the Canadian Play Outlet.

Katie Burgess’s work has appeared in McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Smokelong Quarterly, The Rumpus, and elsewhere. Her flash collection, Wind on the Moon, is available from Sundress Publications.

Called “one of the innovators of the short short story” by Publishers Weekly, Peter Cherches’ most recent book is Tracks: Memoirs from a Life with Music (Bamboo Dart Press). His writing has appeared in scores of magazines, anthologies and websites, including  Harper’sBombSemiotext(e), and Fiction International. He has published three volumes of short prose fiction with Pelekinesis since 2013: Lift Your Right ArmAutobiography Without Words, and Whistler’s Mother’s Son.

Michael Conley is a poet and prose writer from Manchester, UK. His latest collection of poetry is a pamphlet, published in 2021 by Nine Pens press, “These Are Not My Dreams And Anyway Nothing Here Is Purple.” His last collection of prose, Flare and Falter, was published by Splice and longlisted for the Edge Hill Short Story Prize.

Subhravanu Das is an Indian writer living in Bhubaneswar. His work has appeared in Gone Lawn, No Contact, Popshot Quarterly, and elsewhere.

Born and raised in Perth, Western Australia, Bryn Dodson is a graduate of New York University’s creative writing program, where he was a finalist for the Axinn Foundation/E.L. Doctorow fellowship. His fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in [PANK], Westerly, Sky Island Journal, Subnivean, and elsewhere. He works at a digital agency, co-organizes New York City’s Lunar Walk poetry reading series, and lives in Brooklyn, New York.

Pat Foran holds a patent on a particular kind of wooden hug. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Tahoma Literary Review, Wigleaf, Milk Candy Review and elsewhere. Find him at and on Twitter at @pdforan.

Jason Heroux is currently the Poet Laureate for the city of Kingston, Ontario. His most recent book is the novel Amusement Park of Constant Sorrow (Mansfield Press, 2018).

Susan Holcomb holds an MFA in writing from the Vermont College of Fine Arts and studied for a PhD in physics at Cornell. Her fiction is forthcoming in the Southern Indiana Review and her nonfiction has been published in The Boston Globe. She lives in Los Angeles.

Phebe Jewell’s work appears in various journals, including MonkeybicycleSpelkNew Flash Fiction Review, Bending Genres, and Milk Candy ReviewHer story “¿Cómo Está Tu Madre?” was chosen for wigleaf‘s 2021 Top 50 for (very) short fiction. A teacher at Seattle Central College, she also volunteers for the Freedom Education Project Puget Sound, a nonprofit providing college courses for incarcerated women, trans-identified and gender non-conforming people in Washington State. Read her at

Andrea Lewis’s stories, essays, and flash fiction have appeared in many on-line and print journals including Prairie Schooner, Raleigh Review, and Briar Cliff Review. Her collection of linked stories, What My Last Man Did, won the Blue Light Books Prize for fiction and was published by Indiana University Press. She lives in Seattle, WA.

Kim Magowan lives in San Francisco and teaches in the Department of Literatures and Languages at Mills College. She is the author of the short story collection How Far I’ve Come, forthcoming in 2022 from Gold Wake Press; the novel The Light Source (2019), published by 7.13 Books; and the short story collection Undoing (2018), which won the 2017 Moon City Press Fiction Award. Her fiction has been published in Booth, Colorado Review, Craft Literary, The Gettysburg Review, Smokelong Quarterly, Wigleaf, and many other journals. Her stories have been selected for Best Small Fictions and Wigleaf’s Top 50. She is the Editor-in-Chief and Fiction Editor of Pithead

Daryl Scroggins lives in Marfa, Texas. He is the author of Winter Investments, a collection of stories (Trilobite Press), and This Is Not the Way We Came In, a collection of flash fiction and a flash novel (Ravenna Press). His poems and fictions have appeared in Aji Magazine, Blink-Ink, MacQueen’s Quinterly, New Flash Fiction Review, The Ocotillo Review, Star 82 Review, and Best Microfiction 2020, among others.

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