Creative Nonfiction | September 15, 2015

How I Learned to Dress by Eliot Wilde

Eliot Wilde is a student, writer, artist, and political activist living and working in Manhattan. Eliot Wilde has been published in Ohio Edit and the Chicago Literati.

Creative Nonfiction | September 15, 2015

Meteorology by Ed Taylor

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Ed Taylor is the author of the novel Theo and the poetry collections Idiogest and The Rubaiyat of Hazmat. My stuff has appeared most recently in North American Review, Gargoyle, Great Lakes Review, Southwest Review, Louisville Review, New World Writing, and elsewhere.

Creative Nonfiction | September 15, 2015

Drag Show by Gabrielle Montesanti


Gabrielle Montesanti is a recent graduate of Kalamazoo College where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in mathematics and studio art. As an undergraduate she spent time in Houston, New York City, and traveled to Rome to write her senior thesis. She recently completed her first writing residency at Sundress Academy for the Arts and hopes to begin an MFA program next fall in creative nonfiction.

Creative Nonfiction | September 15, 2015

Sangria Days by Eleanor Kriseman


Eleanor Kriseman is a Florida native who now lives in Brooklyn and works as an assistant editor. She is also a senior editor at Joyland Magazine and has been published in Joyland, The Butter, Adult Magazine, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, The Billfold, and Hobart Pulp, among other publications.

Creative Nonfiction | September 15, 2015

Wake by Gibson Culbreth


Gibson Culbreth is a girl named after a guitar. She obtained her B.A. in Fiction Writing at Columbia College Chicago and her work has been featured in the Molotov Cocktail, HYPERTEXT magazine and the Chicago Literati. She is from Louisville, KY but has been claiming Chicago as her city for 7 years now. By day she works with awesome vegans and by night she writes. You can find her on Twitter: @gibsonsangst

Creative Nonfiction | August 15, 2015

The Factory by Jacob Little


Jacob Little is the Managing Editor of the literary journal, Profane, and is a PhD candidate in Creative Nonfiction at Ohio University in Athens. His recent poetry and creative nonfiction can be seen in Pithead Chapel, Treehouse, and Angle. He recently won Yemassee’s 2015 Creative Nonfiction Contest.

Creative Nonfiction | August 15, 2015

Four Feet off the Ground by George Korolog


George Korolog is a San Francisco Bay Area poet and writer whose work has been widely published in journals such as Southern Indiana Review, The Los Angeles Review Word Riot, The Monarch Review, The Journal of Modern Poetry, The Chaffey Review and many others. He has twice been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net. His first book of poetry, “Collapsing Outside the Box,” was published by Aldrich Press in November 2012 and is available on Amazon. His second book of poems, “Raw String” was published in October 2013 by Finishing Line Press. He is working on his third book of poetry, “The Little Truth.”

Creative Nonfiction | August 15, 2015

Never Give Up by Leslie Kendall Dye

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Leslie Kendall Dye is an actress in NYC. She grew up in Los Angeles, where she began her work in TV and film at the age of twelve. She has written for Salon, The Washington Post, The Toast, The Huffington Post, The Mid, Off the Shelf, Tipsy Lit, Scary Mommy, and others. She and her husband and daughter are a family that rarely sleeps in the city that never sleeps. You can find her at twitter, at and at

Creative Nonfiction | August 15, 2015

Arrested Employment by Monica Busch


Monica Erin Busch is a reporter who works and lives on Martha’s Vineyard. She holds a B.A. in Writing and Literature from Emmanuel College in Boston. Her work has appeared in Chicago Literati, has been performed by Liars’ League NYC, and is forthcoming in Ray’s Road Review, as well is Down in the Dirt Magazine. She is on Twitter as @somethingmonica.

Creative Nonfiction | August 15, 2015

The Kind of Girl by Lindsay Brader


Lindsay Brader earned her Bachelor’s in Creative Writing from Western Washington University. Her work can be found online in The Molotov Cocktail, Literary Orphans, Uppagus, Third Point Press, and others. She is currently wandering through Indonesia. Follow her on Twitter, @lindsaybrader. She lives for hellos.