K. McGee

K. McGee grew up in California but has lived in Tokyo for twenty-five years. She serves as co-organizer of the Tokyo Writers Workshop and the Japan Writers Conference. She writes mainstream fiction, crime fiction and poetry. Her work has appeared recently in Bete Noire, The Font, Mystery Weekly, and The Dark City Crime and Mystery Magazine.  Her story “Dot Rat” was included in Otto Penzler’s The Best American Mystery Stories 2017. She is currently working on a novel.

Mango, Volume 6, Issue 1

John Sheirer

John Sheirer (pronounced “shy-er”) lives in Northampton, Massachusetts, with his wonderful wife Betsy and happy dog Libby. He has taught writing and communications for 26 years at Asnuntuck Community College in Enfield, Connecticut, where he also serves as editor and faculty advisor for Freshwater Literary Journal (submissions welcome). He writes a monthly column on current events for his hometown newspaper, the Daily Hampshire Gazette, and his books include memoir, fiction, poetry, essays, political satire, and photography. Find him at JohnSheirer.com.

Risk Management, Volume 6, Issue 1

Joe Seale

Joe Seale is a PhD. candidate in the Creative Writing Program at the University of Georgia where he also teaches writing and literature courses. He hails from rural southwest Alabama and has been teaching college writing since 2011. Primarily an author of short stories, Joe is currently working on a collection of linked flash fiction as well as his first novel. His work has appeared in journals such as Down in the Dirt, Flash Fiction Magazine, Bull and Cross, Red Dirt Forum, Grist, Red Fez, Dead Mule, and The Emerson Review, among others. 

A Nearly New Room for Rent Less Than Three Blocks From Where You Need to Be, Volume 6, Issue 1

Margo Davis

Margo Davis has been pairing overseas writing residencies with adventure travel. Recently she explored most of Italy. 2020 writing adventures include Morocco and Budapest. Twice nominated for a Pushcart, Margo’s poems have appeared in Ocotillo Review, What Rough Beast, The Ekphrastic Review, The Houston Chronicle, and Enchantment of the Ordinary.

Refueling, Serpentine Route, and Getaway, Volume 6, Issue 1