Georgia Bellas is a writer, artist, and filmmaker whose current obsession is handmade paper. She’s also one-half of the art band Sugar Whiskey ( You can follow her teddy bear, host of the award-winning weekly Internet radio show “Mr. Bear’s Violet Hour Saloon,” on Twitter @MrBearStumpy.

Nicholas Cook writes things sometimes and lives in Texas where it’s mostly hot. You can find him at @thisdogisdog.

Pat Foran is a writer in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  Twitter: @pdforan.

Lee Hamblin is a Londoner living in Greece for the last decade. He’s had stories published with: Blue Fifth Review, Ellipsis, STORGYFlash Frontier, Spelk, Reflex, F(r)online. Coming soon (2017) Bath Flash Anthology, Fictive Dream, and Stories For Homes Volume 2. He tweets @kali_thea and puts words here:

Gregory Kane’s short fiction has been published in Apiary Magazine and Philadelphia Stories. He lives outside Philadelphia with his wife and daughter. Follow him on Twitter: @GregoryAKane.

Jayne Martin is the 2016 winner of Vestal Review’s VERA award for flash fiction. Her work has appeared in Boston Literary Magazine, Literary Orphans, Midwestern Gothic, f(r)iction, Blink-Ink, Spelk, Cleaver, Connotation Press and Hippocampus among others. She is the author of “Suitable for Giving: A Collection of Wit with a Side of Wry.” She lives in Santa Barbara, California. Find her on Twitter @Jayne_Martin. Website: Jayne Martin-Author.

Catherine McNamara grew up in Sydney, ran away to Paris, and ended up in West Africa running a bar. Her short story collection The Cartography of Others is out with Unbound UK in early 2018. Her stories and flash fiction have been published widely. Catherine lives in Italy. Follow her @catinitaly.

Rob Parrish’s work can be found or is forthcoming in Lost Balloon, Gravel, The Harpoon Review, and The Airgonaut, among others. He is Editor-in-Chief at (b)OINK.

JC Reilly writes across genres and has received Wigleaf and Pushcart nominations for her work. She serves as the Managing Editor of Atlanta Review, and has work published or forthcoming from POEM, The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, Southern Women’s Review, borrowed solace, Amaryllis, Edify Fiction, and Picaroon Poetry. Follow her @aishatonu.

Daniel W. Thompson’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in publications like decomP, Jellyfish Review, WhiskeyPaper, Third Point Press and Cheap Pop. He works as a city planner and lives in downtown Richmond, VA, with his wife and children.

Cathy Ulrich is a writer from Montana. Her work has been published in various journals, including Ellipsis Zine, Menacing Hedge, and Jellyfish Review.

Clio Velentza lives in Athens, Greece, and is a winner of Best Small Fictions 2016. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in several literary journals, such as (b)OINK, Lost Balloon, Jellyfish Review, Atticus Review and Wigleaf. Find her at @clio_v.

Joseph Young lives, writes, and makes art in Baltimore. His stories have recently appeared in Jellyfish Review, Corium, FRiGG, and Airgonaut. His art has been shown in galleries and other venues throughout Baltimore and beyond. His most recent project is MicroFiction RowHouse, for which he will fill his house with stories that tell of the lives of a fictional family who once lived there. Visit his website at

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Featured Artist: Anita Stotler is versed in draping, metalsmithing, footwear, and textile design. She has a Bachelors from University of Wisconsin in Theatre and studied for her MFA in Costume Design at University of Washington, Seattle. She has earned her living in some notable costume shops for Theatre/Opera. Her current boss is a 4-year-old.

Web Development & Art Direction by Mary Lynn Reed

Photography & Digital Images by Lesley C. Weston