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ELIZABETH ERENBERG is a flutist, teacher, and musical entrepreneur. Her classical training has expanded into collaborations with other genres, performance techniques, and art forms. In 2014, she released ASCEND, an album of new music for flute and other instruments. Currently she resides in York, Pennsylvania where she is an active freelancer, recording artist, and teacher. She holds degrees from the University of Oregon and New England Conservatory of Music. Learn more at www.elizabetherenberg.com.


PATRICIA J. ESPOSITO is the author of Beside the Darker Shore, and she has published numerous works in anthologies, such as Timbre Press’s Stories of Music, Volume 1, Main Street Rag’s Crossing Lines, Cohesion Press’s Blurring the Line, Annapurna’s Clarify, and Undertow’s Apparitions, and in magazines, including Scarlet Literary Magazine, Rose and Thorn, Karamu, Clean Sheets, Wicked Hollow, and Midnight Street. She has received honorable mentions in Ellen Datlow’s Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror collections and she is a Pushcart Prize nominee.


GARY FEARON is a writer, songwriter, and artist based in the suburbs of Memphis, Tennessee. He is also creative director at Southern Writers Magazine where he interviews authors, writes instructional articles, and oversees publication production, websites, and TV and radio advertisements.


LUCY GABRIEL is an English poet, with a secret identity as a speculative fiction writer. She lives with two cats, and a long-suffering husband who doesn’t understand why she can’t stick to one thing at a time. Her works have appeared, or are due to appear, in Pantheon Magazine and the Tranquility anthology by Kind of a Hurricane Press. She can be found on Facebook at www.facebook.com/lucygabrielpoet and on Twitter as @lucygabrielpoet.


SHARON GLASSMAN writes and performs stories and songs that explore big ideas in warmhearted ways. Her essays, features, and music appear on public radio, digital radio, and podcasts. She’s presented her stage stories about women in science, true love, and the art of giving nationwide.


Glassman lives in northern Colorado, where she creates The Lazy Person’s Book Club live shows, podcasts, and audio books. Blackstone Audio recently released her Lazy Person’s Book Club audio novel with songs, Blame It On Hoboken, featuring the song, “Mulligan Waltz.” Say hello and hear more at http://sharonglassmanlive.com.


MARC GOLDIN, born and raised in Chicago, still lives there, working in a nonprofit health clinic near the historic Bronzeville neighborhood. He writes short fiction that has been published in Deep


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