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• Deandra Holmes graduated from Columbia College. She currently resides in Missouri.

• Adam Russ’s short stories have won awards from Writer’s Digest, The Baltimore Review, and New Millennium Writings. He is the Assistant Editor of the Blue Moon Literary & Art Review and has just completed his first novel.

• Eric Mayrhofer recently graduated Magna Cum Laude from Fairfield University with a B.A. in English, and is still trying to figure out what you do with it. He is the recipient of the Nicholas J. Rinaldi Award for Fiction, and was a fiction contributor at the 2010 Southampton Writers Conference at Stony Brook University. Originally from Pennsylvania, he now lives in Connecticut with family and friends.

• Michelle Cabral is an aspiring writer living in upstate New York. She has recently graduated with a B.A. in English and is doing her best to get into an MFA program in Creative Nonfiction. She is currently in search of gainful employment.

• Works by Carly Anne West have appeared in Jersey Devil Press, Watchword, The SoMa Literary Review, and Switchback. She holds an MFA in English and Writing from Mills College and is currently at work on her second novel. Carly resides in Oakland, California with her husband, Matt.

• Jessica Jennrich lives in Columbia, MO with her partner and three children. She has a B.A. in English from Bowling Green State University and a M.A. in Women’s Studies from Eastern Michigan University. She is completing her Ph.D. in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis at University of Missouri where she also directs the university’s Women’s and Gender Studies undergraduate program.

• Robin Parks’s stories and essays have appeared in The MacGuffin, Bellingham Review, Prism International and other publications. Her fiction has won the Raymond Carver Short Story Award, and she has an MFA from Fairleigh Dickinson University, where she was the Presidential Fellow in Creative Writing.

• Camille Ward is a free- lance writer currently based in Bangkok, Thailand. There, she spends time exploring the region and finding inspiration for her poetry and prose. Otherwise, she finds inspiration in Japanese literature and science fiction.

• Ellen Birkett Morris is based in Louisville, Kentucky. Her fiction has been published in Mindprints: A Literary Journal, www. thepedestalmagazine. com, Alimentum, Turtle Quarterly, and Salt River Review. Her story, “The Cycle of Life and Other Incidentals,” was selected as a finalist in the Glimmer Train Press Family Matters short story competition.

• Kyle Austin is a 22- year- old from Grand Rapids, Michigan who recently graduated from Aquinas College with a B.A. in English Literature. He writes actively in poetry, creative non- fiction and fiction. His writing has been published in the annual Aquinas College literary magazine, Sampler, on Through the Third Eye, an online poetry project of the Grand Rapids Humanities Council, and

on PostPoetry, an online poetry collaborative based out of Germany.

• Nicholas Thurkettle studied theatre arts and music at Bradley University, and is now a screenwriter and playwright living in Southern California. The back of his head is on Wikipedia, and he hopes to get the rest of himself there someday. This is his first piece of published fiction.

• Joelle Renstrom lives in Boston where she teaches writing and literature. Her work has appeared in Carousel, the Sycamore Review, Briarpatch, Guernica and others, and she is a recipient of the CBC Television Jim Burt Prize in Creative Writing, the Hopwood Award for Poetry, and the Virginia Voss Writing Award. She is currently working on a collection of essays about the intersection of literature and life.

• Jennifer Spiegel has an M.A. in politics from New York University and an MFA in creative writing from Arizona State University. Her book The Freak Chronicles: Stories for Freaks and Their Friends will be released in 2012.


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