Claudine Cain lives in North Carolina where she attended UNC Greensboro. She is the former editor of Black Elephant literary journal. Her fiction, art, and poetry have appeared in Riggwelter, Eunoia Review, Dime Show Review, Public Pool and elsewhere.

Bryan Harvey lives and teaches in Virginia. His writing has appeared or is forthcoming in FlashBack Fiction, Hobart and HAD, No Contact Magazine, Heavy Feather Review, The Florida Review’s Aquifer, and Cold Mountain Review. He tweets @Bryan_S_Harvey. Most of his rough drafts start on long runs.

Mimi Kunz is a visual artist and writer living in Brussels with her family, where she founded ‘Something Beautiful’, a festival for Visual Art and Poetry. Her poems and stories have appeared in EntropymagThe Adjacent Pineapple, Flash Frontier, and Ellipsis. See more on, or follow mimi.kunz on Instagram.

Camila Lopez-Passapera is an aspiring writer who was born and raised in Puerto Rico and is a student of Psychology in Bel Air, Maryland. She writes poetry and fiction, and has been published in Terror House Magazine, The Drabble, Down in the Dirt Magazine, and Ethel Zine. Her Instagram is @camila.avi.

Joy Martin is an American writer based in Cambridge, UK.  She has recently completed her first novel, Stars Light the Dark, for which she is currently seeking a publisher. She also writes about the arts for Exeunt Magazine and The Stage (London), as well as being published in American Theatre magazine (New York). More of her writing may be read at and to follow her on Twitter: @mirrorlampjoy.

Nora Nadjarian is an award-winning poet and writer from Cyprus and has been published internationally. Her work was included in various anthologies, most recently in Europa 28: Writing by Women on the Future of Europe (Comma Press, 2020) and in Root, Branch, Tree, the 2020 National Flash Fiction Day Anthology (UK). Her latest book is the collection of short stories Selfie (Roman Books, 2017). Follow her on Twitter: @NoraNadj and Instagram: noranadj.

Anna O’Brien is a writer and veterinarian living in central Maryland. Her fiction has most recently appeared in Cheap Pop, XRAY Literary, and Sweet Tree Review.

Luke Rolfes teaches creative writing at Northwest Missouri State University. His book Flyover Country was published by Georgetown Review Press, and his stories and essays have appeared in numerous journals including North American Review, Bat City Review, Connecticut Review, and others. He co-edits The Laurel Review and serves as a mentor in AWP’s “Writer to Writer” mentorship program.

Max Taxe is a writer from Los Angeles. He is currently writing the movie MOONSHOT for HBO Max, and a pilot for ABC. His screenplay, GOODBYE, FELIX CHESTER was named to the 2012 Black List and won the Austin Film Festival for Best Comedy Feature. He has recently had his short story, I AM A BAD PLANT MOM, published in Cosmonauts Avenue.

Anthony Varallo is the author of a novel, The Lines (University of Iowa Press), as well as four short story collections: This Day in History, winner of the John Simmons Short Fiction Award; Out Loud, winner of the Drue Heinz Literature Prize; Think of Me and I’ll Know(TriQuarterly Books); and Everyone Was There, winner of the Elixir Press Short Fiction Award.  Currently he is a professor of English at the College of Charleston, where he is the Fiction Editor of Crazyhorse. Follow him at @TheLines1979.

Shanna Yetman’s fiction has appeared online in Jellyfish Review and the Daily Drunk.  Her climate change flash fiction has appeared in the anthology by Alternating Current–Undeniable: Writers Respond to Climate Change. Her story, The Miracle Is to Walk this Earth, was the winner for the New Millennium Writings 39th Competition for flash fiction. She earned her MFA from the University of Maryland and recently attended the Bread Loaf Environmental Writers’ Conference.  She currently works as a Communications Specialist for Loyola’s School of Environmental Sustainability. You can tweet to her @YetmanShanna.

Abdulbaseet Yusuff is a Nigerian writer. His works appear or are forthcoming in Brittle Paper, Rattle, Glass: A Journal of Poetry, Kalahari Review, Burning House Press, Ice Floe Press, The Rising Phoenix Review, Memento: An Anthology of Contemporary Nigerian Poetry, and elsewhere.

Tara Isabel Zambrano is the author of Death, Desire And Other Destinations, a full-length flash collection by Okay Donkey Press. Her work has won the first prize in The Southampton Review Short Short Fiction Contest 2019, a second prize in Bath Flash Award 2020, been a Finalist in Bat City Review 2018 Short Prose Contest and Mid-American Review Fineline 2018 Contest. She lives in Texas and is the Fiction Editor for Waxwing Literary Journal.

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