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WILLIAM HUHN’s narratives have appeared in The South Carolina Review, Tulane Review, Fugue, Strings, and other publications. His work has been twice nominated for a Pushcart Prize and has been cited five times as a “Notable Essay” in The Best American Essays series (most recently in 2016). A chapbook of Huhn’s poetry was published by Red Dancefloor Press as part of their Prime Poets Series, and his credits include a letter in The New Yorker about James Thurber. Huhn and his wife are currently based in New York City, where she dances for the American Liberty Ballet.


CAROLYN T. JOHNSON, a former banker and now freelance writer from Houston, Texas, writes from the heart, the hurt, the heavenly, and sometimes the hilarious. Her work can be found in Halcyon Days magazine, the Houston Chronicle, and the Austin American-Statesman newspapers, as well as in Chicken Soup for the Soul: O Canada, Whispering Angel Books’ anthologies, Publishing Syndicate books, Seek It: Writers and Artists Do Sleep, and numerous other anthologies and e-zines.


ALEKSANDR KUZNETCOV is a professional musician from Russia who graduated from the St. Petersburg Conservatory. In addition to his passion for music he also enjoys photography, particularly photographing other musicians because he understands them very well. Through his photography, Kuznetcov tries to reflect the internal state of his subjects.


MICHAEL LEE is a healer, writer, and actor from New South Wales, Australia. He writes lyrics and poetry, and is a budding screenwriter. His first feature film script, Our Girl is currently out to a top producer. Trained in the Body Mirror System of Healing, Lee’s latest project is developing content for his new website and business called That Healing Guy (http://thathealingguy.com), with the main focus being to open the hearts of men all over the world. He aims to reach one million people by 2021.


In his down time, he’s often at home in Sydney with his sweetheart Tania, where they bring their dream of their very own “Truth Cottage” in the country into their everyday reality.


ZACHARY J. LEE is an English major at the University of Missouri–St. Louis, focusing on creative writing and gender studies. He is a member of the Pierre Laclede Honors College and the University Singers at UMSL. Lee believes deeply in the healing power of music and writing, and is especially interested in the intersection of those two ideas.


DARRELL LINDSEY is the author of Edge of the Pond (Popcorn Press 2012), and has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize (2007) and a Rhysling Award (2014). He won the 2012 Science Fiction Poetry


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