Susan Taylor Chehak is the author of several novels, including The Great Disappointment, Smithereens, The Story of Annie D., and Harmony. Her most recent publications include two collections of short stories, This Is That and It’s Not About the Dog, and a novel, The Minor Apocalypse of Meena Krejci. Her work has appeared in Green Hills Literary Lantern, Hawaii Pacific Review, Ragazine, The Minnesota Review, Moon City Review, Ducts, Crack the Spine, Pennsylvania English, The Chariton Review, Jet Fuel Review, Sliver of Stone, Limestone, The Literary Nest, and The Coachella Review.
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Katie Wolf has found a home in Nashville, TN, after living in eight states and twelve cities over the course of her life. She lives with her husband and two cats and is working on her first novel. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter @katieowolf.
After retiring from full-time work, David K. Slay completed two years of short story writing workshops, primarily in the University of California, Los Angeles, Writers’ Program. His stories have appeared in Gold Man Review, ImageOutWrite, Wards Literary Magazine (Editor’s Choice Award for Fiction), and elsewhere. He currently is a fiction reader for CRAFT Literary Journal.
Jessica Seaborn is a Sydney-based writer and the co-creator of The Regal Fox. She has been published in Daily Life, Feminartsy, Umbel and Panicle, The Cabinet of Heed and Milk Magazine. You can find her on Twitter @jessica_seaborn.
David Rogers’ poems, stories, and articles have appeared in various print and electronic publications, including The Comstock Review, Atlanta Review, Sky and Telescope, and Astronomy magazine. He is the author of two novels, D.B. Cooper is Dead: A Solomon Starr Adventure and Thor’s Hammer, and a fantasy novella, Return of the Exile, each available from Amazon. More of his work can be read at https://davidrogersbooks.wordpress.com/.
Nicolas Ridley writes fiction, non-fiction, scripts, and stage plays. A prize-winner and Pushcart Prize nominee, his short stories have been published in a wide range of journals and magazines in the UK, the USA, and Ireland.
Andrew Miller retired from a career that included university teaching and research in endangered species and aquatic habitat restoration. Now he has time to pursue his long-held interest in creative writing. Recent work has appeared in: Literally Stories, Foliate Oak Literary Magazine, Gravel: A Literary Journal, Front Porch Review, Dime Show Review, Typehouse Literary Magazine, and Shantih Literary Journal. Miller lived in Louisville for a while and attended the University of Louisville.