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About the Contributors (in alphabetical order)


ATA MOHAMMAD ADNAN is a doctor by profession, and a photographer out of passion. He is a street photographer who loves to photograph people around his hometown in Chittagong, Bangladesh, and in all the places he travels with his beloved camera. He has won national and international awards including 1st Place, Bangladesh in the National Awards as part of the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards. Follow Adnan’s work at www.facebook.com/aadnansphotography.


ANNA ALFEROVA is a Moscow-based photographer whose work is often inspired by music and has been featured in several local exhibits. She graduated from Moscow State University where she studied the history of photography. Learn more about her work at www.alferovaphotography.com.


ROBERT AVERY is a teacher and musician from Bucks County, Pennsylvania, where he lives with his wife and two sons. His poems have appeared in such journals as The Southern Review, Mid-American Review, Brilliant Corners, and Verse Daily.


PRERNA BAKSHI is a writer, poet, and activist of Indian origin, currently based in Macao, China. She is a Pushcart Prize nominee and the author of the recently released, full-length poetry collection, Burnt Rotis, With Love, which was long-listed for the 2015 Erbacce-Press Poetry Award in the United Kingdom. Her work has been published widely, most recently in Red Wedge Magazine, Off the Coast, Kabul Press, TRIVIA: Voices of Feminism and Peril Magazine: Asian-Australian Arts & Culture, as well as anthologized in several collections. Learn more about Bakshi and her work at www.prernabakshi.strikingly.com.


TOMMY BALLEW is an elementary school counselor with Spokane Public Schools. This vocation came about late in life, and was preceded by a patchwork of pursuits which included laborer on the Alaskan pipeline (Prudhoe Bay), a carney, a UPS delivery driver, a bartender/waiter, a long-haul/ short-haul dispatcher for a trucking company, horse track racing cameraman, and program director with a fundraising company to support school music programs.


Ballew was the drummer in the musical group 4 Out Of 5 Doctors, hailing out of Northern Virginia. The group released two albums in the early ‘80s on Nemporer Records: an eponymous debut album


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