Guinotte Wise

Guinotte Wise lives on a farm in Resume Speed, Kansas. His short story collection (Night Train, Cold Beer) won publication by a university press and not much acclaim. Two more books since. His wife has an honest job in the city and drives 100 miles a day to keep it.

Cookout, Volume 3, Issue 1
Review, Volume 3, Issue 2

Resume Speed (Shorts)
Ruined Days (Thriller)
More books

Cathy Whittaker

Cathy Whittaker has had a sequence of 15 poems published in Quintet, Cinnamon Press. Her work has appeared in Prole, The Interpreter’s House, Envoi, Orbis, Ink Sweat and Tears, Mslexia, and many other magazines and anthologies. She was shortlisted for the Bridport Prize, 2015. This year she was chosen by Poetry on Loan for their West Midlands postcard series. She was the Poet Laureate for Warwick.

Bridge, Sun/Shadow, Buried Alive, Medication, Dear Ms Psychiatrist, and I won’t be Returning, Volume 3, Issue 1

Richard Weaver

Richard Weaver lives in Baltimore City where he volunteers with the Richard Weaver lives in Baltimore City where he volunteers with the Maryland Book Bank, and acts as the Archivist-at-large for a Jesuit college. He is the author of The Stars Undone (Duende Press).

The Iago Complex simplified in the womb of time, Volume 3, Issue 1
A Loose Bottle of beer eludes, A Divided Highway has cloned itself, Bar Rat’s tab is longer, James Joyce’s Challenge, and A Jar of mayonnaise explodes, Volume 5, Issue 1

There Was, The Sungrazer comet, Lovejoy, Email from the Dark Web, and The Anthromorphic Mirror, Volume 5, Issue 2

Lost World, Life in the Bulrushes, Night Heron, Islander, and Last Voyage of the Green Skiff, Volume 6, Issue 1

JC Reilly

JC Reilly has feathers on her soul but so far no ability to fly. She writes across genres and has received Pushcart and Wigleaf nominations for her work. She serves as the Managing Editor of the Atlanta Review and has pieces forthcoming in Imperfect Fiction, New Flash Fiction Review, Sediments Literary-Arts Journal, the Arkansas Review, Riding Light, and Rabbit: a Journal of Nonfiction Poetry. Read her (sometimes updated) blog at or follow her @aishatonu.

Your Breakdown, Tequila, Black Hole, Lover Come Back, and In Praise of Apples, Volume 3, Issue 1

Steven Allan Porter

Steven Allan Porter was born February 5, 1992, in Coral Springs, FL to a Jewish mother and a German father. His influences include: Charles Bukowski, William S. Burroughs, Bob Kaufman, Steven Jesse Bernstein, Hunter S. Thompson, Charles Simic, and Louis-Ferdinand Celine. His work has appeared in Red Fez, Degenerate Literature, Wildflower Muse, Dead Snakes, UFO Gigolo, Dali’s LoveChild, Blue Mountain Review, Rasputin Poetry Thread, Peeking Cat Poetry, The Basil O’ Flaherty, and Syzygy Poetry Journal. He currently resides in Henderson, NV.

Detox and An Old Man Waits to Remember His Youth, Volume 3, Issue 1