Billie R. Tadros is a doctoral student in English at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and the author of two chapbooks, Containers (Dancing Girl Press, 2014) and inter: burial places (forthcoming from Porkbelly Press). You can find her and more of her work at www.BillieRTadros.com.
Rachel Ann Brickner is a writer from Pittsburgh. Her work has appeared in PANK, Corium Magazine, and Burrow Press Review, among others. Currently, she’s at work on a collection of short stories about love, women, and capitalism and a memoir about debt.
Laura Buccieri is living in New York where they are an MFA student in Poetry at The New School. Their work is published or is forthcoming in Prelude, Potluck, Nourrir, and FORTH Magazine.
| June 20, 2016
Lisa Locascio’s work appears in The Believer, Bookforum, Salon, Los Angeles Review, Eleven Eleven, and other magazines. She is the editor of the California editions of Joyland, the new ekphrastic collaboration magazine 7×7, and California Prose Directory: New Writing from the Golden State, Vol. 4, which will be published in 2017 by Outpost19 Books.
| June 20, 2016
Nicolas Sansone is a recent graduate of Harvard Law School currently working in Portland, ME. He holds an MFA from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst and is the author of the novels “Shooting Angels” and “The Calamari Kleptocracy.” His short fiction has appeared in a number of venues, including “Pear Noir!” “PANK,” “NANO Fiction,” “The Los Angeles Review,” and “Big Lucks.” More information is available at http://nicksansone.yolasite.com.
| June 20, 2016
Rebecca Ann Jordan is a speculative fiction author and artist. Her stories and poems have been published in Strange Horizons, Fiction Vortex, FLAPPERHOUSE, Strangelet, and more. In 2015 Becca participated in the Clarion Writer’s Workshop and holds an MFA from California Institute of the Arts in 2016. See more at rebeccaannjordan.com.
| May 19, 2016
Anne Lawrence Bradshaw lives and writes near Hadrian’s Wall in the North of England. She drinks too much tea and walks a lot. Tweet her @shrewdbanana
Robert Kerbeck is the recipient of the upstreet short fiction scholarship for the 2016 VCFA writer’s conference. His work has recently appeared or is forthcoming in Cream City Review, upstreet, Cortland Review, Gargoyle, and The MacGuffin. His first play, Putin And The Snowman, opens Off-Broadway in July.
Jonathan Aprea is an MFA candidate in poetry at Syracuse University, where he’s a poetry editor for Salt Hill Journal. You can find his work in Prelude Magazine, Western Beefs of North America, Atlas Review and elsewhere. He’s on the web at jonathanaprea.com
Zoe Stoller is a junior at the University of Pennsylvania, where she is majoring in English & Creative Writing and minoring in Theatre Arts. She recently co-authored a book, The Philadelphia Museum of Art Handbook from Memory, with students from a year-long experimental writing intensive, taught by conceptual poet Kenneth Goldsmith. She is the Assistant Poetry Editor for Cleaver Magazine and the Web Editor for The Adroit Journal. Her writing has appeared in Cleaver Magazine, The Penn Review, and Penn Flux, as well as recognized by organizations such as the American Scholastic Press Association, the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, and Teen Art Gallery. In addition, one of her one act plays was produced in a theatre festival Off-Broadway.