Mike Adamson [Author]
Lux Aeterna [Volume 2, Issue 1]
BIO: Mike Adamson holds a PhD in archaeology from Flinders University of South Australia. After early aspirations in art and writing, Mike returned to study and secured degrees in both marine biology and archaeology. Mike currently teaches with South Australia’s Colleges of Tertiary and Further Education, is a passionate photographer, a master-level hobbyist and journalist for international magazines.
B. Anne Adriaens [Author]
The rabbit that wasn’t there [Volume 1, Issue 2]
BIO: Anne Adriaens is mainly a fiction writer, though she regularly feels the need to complement her prose with poetry, as the latter allows for a different type of expression. Yet whether her writing takes the form of a dystopian story (often with a fantastical twist) or a poem inspired by her wanderings, it tends to reflect her concerns about pollution, diversity depletion and the environment in general, depicting a world where society as we know it has collapsed. She’s currently working on a novel entitled The Past is but a Song, which weaves several narrative strands into a tapestry spanning many centuries, from medieval past to anticipated future. Online, you can contact her via her blog https://nualarayne.wordpress.com/ , Facebook under B Anne Adriaens and Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/b-anne-adriaens/ , where you will find (among other things) photos of the derelict places which inspired her.
Van Alrik [Author]
Fossil Fuel [Volume 1, Issue 2]
BIO: Van Alrik lives in the Rocky Mountains with his family and a small army of robot novelists. His short stories can be found in Black Denim Lit, The Colored Lens, Perihelion Science Fiction, and elsewhere, and his computer-assisted novels The Trivial Thing and Character for Veracity are available on Amazon.
Sim Bajwa [Author]
Witness Interview #54678 [Volume 1, Issue 2]
BIO: Sim Bajwa lives in Edinburgh and is a recent graduate of the MA in Creative Writing at Edinburgh Napier University. She works in admin and in retail, and spends most of her spare time reading, writing, and binge watching shows on Netflix.
Jarryd Bartle [Author]
Paradoxical Risk [Volume 2, Issue 1]
BIO: Jarryd Bartle is a freelance true crime and horror writer. When he’s not writing he’s working as a criminal defense lawyer and forensics consultant in Melbourne, Australia. He tweets at @jarrydbartle.
Greg Beatty [Author & Poet]
Positronic Dreams [Volume 1, Issue 2]
BIO: Greg live in Bellingham, Washington with his wife and dog, and walks in the woods as often as he can.
He writes everything from children’s books to essays about his cooking debacles. This includes speculative prose and poetry. One of Greg’s poems won the 2005 Rhysling Award.
For more information on my writing, visit http://www.greg-beatty.com/
Robert Beveridge [Poet]
Bulimic [Volume 1, Issue 1]
Golden Dawn [Volume 1, Issue 2]
BIO: Robert Beveridge makes noise (xterminal.bandcamp.com) and writes poetry just outside Cleveland, OH. Recent/upcoming appearances in Chiron Review, Pink Litter, and The Literateur, among others.
Jenny Blackford [Author]
We Are Looking for the Beautiful Horses [Volume 2, Issue 1]
BIO: Jenny is a prize-winning Australian poet and author, with stories and poems fairly recently published in Strange Horizons, Cosmos and Penumbra. Her work has also appeared in august mainstream journals including Australian Poetry Journal and The Pedestal Magazine. Most of her published stories have been Honorably Mentioned by Gardner Dozois, Rich Horton or Ellen Datlow. Jenny placed second in the long form section of the SFPA awards 2013, and has continued to win poetry awards including, in 2016, first in the Connemara Mussell Festival Poetry Competition. She’s recently won two prizes in the Sisters in Crime Australia Scarlet Stiletto Short Story Awards, for a murder mystery set in classical Delphi, with water nymphs. Her website is http://www.jennyblackford.com.
C.W. Blackwell [Author]
The Apollo Protocol [Volume 2, Issue 1]
BIO: C.W. Blackwell’s work has appeared in Alban Lake Publishing, Disquieted Dreams Press, and JayHenge Publishing.
Dean Brink [Author]
The Migration [Volume 1, Issue 2]
BIO: Originally from Tacoma, Dean Anthony Brink teaches science fiction and bilingual creative writing at National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan. His speculative fiction has appeared in Seit und Werden (“The Last Testament of a Pacifist in Tokyo, 2047”) and Every Day Fiction (“Mr. Coffee”). Recent poems have appeared in Cordite Poetry Review, Exquisite Corpse, Going Down Swinging, New Writing, Portland Review, the anthology In Protest: 150 Poems for Human Rights, and Japanese tanka in Taiwan kadan. He also composes experimental piano pieces and sound art. Recent research has focused on poetry by Richard Wright, John Ashbery, Justin Chin, Timothy Liu and Hagiwara Sakutaro. His website is interpoetics.blogspot.com.
Chlo’e Camonayan [Artist]
Journey [Volume 2, Issue 2]
BIO: Chlo’e Camonayan lives in Sylmar, CA where she spends her time developing her creative portfolio always looking to improve herself. She’s been published in “The Haunted Traveler” Vol. 2 issue, and designed the novel cover for Pedro Iniguez’s “Control Theory.” During her down time she loves to spend time with her six animals; two corgis, a chihuahua, two rabbits and her ninja turtle named Squirt. Check her out at www.deviantart.com/ccamonay
Tara Campbell [Author]
Captain John’s Passage [Volume 1, Issue 1]
BIO: Tara Campbell [www.taracampbell.com] is a Washington, D.C.-based writer of crossover sci-fi. With a BA in English and an MA in German Language and Literature, she has a demonstrated aversion to money and power. Previous publication credits include stories in Barrelhouse, Punchnel’s, Toasted Cake Podcast, Luna Station Quarterly, SciFi Romance Quarterly, Masters Review and Queen Mob’s Teahouse.
Thomas Canfield [Author]
Day is Done [Volume 2, Issue 1]
BIO: Canfield has had recent stories in K-zine (UK), The Violet Hour (Canada) and the anthology Silent Screams. Canfield’s phobias run to politicians, lawyers and oil company executives. He likes dogs and beer.
Sara Codair [Author]
Red Tide Rising (Part 1 of 2) [Volume 2, Issue 1]
Red Tide Rising (Part 2 of 2) [Volume 2, Issue 2]
BIO: Sara Codair lives in a world of words: she writes fiction whenever she has a free moment, teaches writing at a community college and is known to binge read fantasy novels. When she manages to pry herself away from the words, she can often be found hiking, swimming, gardening or telling people to save the bees. Find her online at https://saracodair.com/.
Jun Cola [Non-fiction]
Dracula-Creole (Can English Save Pachamama?) [Volume 1, Issue 1]
BIO: Jun Cola is a translator who has a BA (cum laude) in Portuguese from the University of New Mexico. A FLAS Fellow, Jun is currently traveling around South America.
Jennifer Crow [Poet]
Fimbulheart [Volume 1, Issue 2]
Blood and Chocolate Forever [Volume 2, Issue 1]
BIO: Shy and nocturnal, Jennifer Crow has rarely been photographed in the wild, but it’s rumored that she lives near a waterfall in western New York. You can find her poetry on several websites, including Goblin Fruit, Uncanny, Mythic Delirium, Eye to the Telescope, and Mithila Review. She’s always happy to connect with readers on her Facebook author page or on Twitter @writerjencrow.
Armel Dagorn [Author]
Lonely Red World Serenade [Volume 1, Issue 1]
BIO: Armel Dagorn is now back in his native France after living in Ireland for seven years. His writing has appeared in magazines such as Apex Magazine, Lamplight and Holdfast, and is forthcoming in the anthology Haunted Futures (Ghostwoods Books). The chapbook of his story “Out-of-town Harry” is out now from In Short Publishing. Find him at armeldagorn.wordpress.com.
Marie DesJardin [Author]
Imperfect Solution [Volume 1, Issue 2] [Eos Quarterly #2]
Shikhar Dixit [Artist] [Solar Charioteer]
Something Ravaged, Something Red and The Beast Within [Volume 1, Issue 2]
Jeff Dosser [Author]
Mother’s Love [Volume 2, Issue 1]
BIO: Jeff Dosser is an ex-Tulsa police officer who spends his time working for the man, writing, and cycling through the Oklahoma hills. Jeff’s short stories have been seen in several magazines including Shotgun Honey, Bewildering Stories, Down In the Dirt and Yellow Mama. He can often be found wandering the woods behind his rural home searching for the next hook.
Zev Lawson Edwards [Poet]
A Pillowcase of Poe [Volume 1, Issue 2]
BIO: Zev Lawson Edwards was born and raised in Northern Michigan. He has lived and taught in three countries, including Australia, Korea, and Saudi Arabia. He currently lives in Detroit, Michigan. The New Punk, based in a fictional Detroit, is his debut novel.
Diana Estigarribia [Author]
Speaking Without Tongues [Volume 1, Issue 1]
BIO: Diana Estigarribia is a New York-based writer of science fiction. In 2015 she studied with Tananarive Due as part of VONA Voices Speculative Fiction workshop. In 2009 her play, “Help Wanted,” was a shortlisted finalist for the BBC International Radio Playwriting Competition. She has a B.F.A. in Dramatic Writing from Tisch School of the Arts and is currently working on a space opera trilogy. She blogs about people of color in fandom at Writer Revolution http://writerrevolution.tumblr.com/ and tweets as Dhyana_Writes https://twitter.com/Dhyana_Writes.
Todd H. C. Fischer [Author]
Idyll of the Chiroptera [Volume 2, Issue 2]
BIO: Todd H. C. Fischer is a graduate of York University in Canada, with a double honours BA in English and Creative Writing, where he studied many different forms of literature and poetry. He has had work appear in several small press publications around the world as well as in various newspapers and blogs. Mr. Fischer has also had two monographs published by The Compleat Anachronist (a medievalist journal) and has published almost two dozen books though his own publishing house (Stonebunny Press). You can read more about Todd H. C. Fischer on his website: http://todd-fischer.com/
Devin Francisco [Cover Artist]
42 [Volume 1, Issue 1], Zombie robots of DOOM! [Volume 1, Issue 2]
Shane Fraser [Author]
Imperceptible [Volume 1, Issue 2]
BIO: Shane’s had fiction published in Beyond Imagination Literary Magazine, The Literary Hatchet, and The Flash Fiction Press, along with many nonfiction pieces in various publications.
H.L. Fullerton [Author]
And We Shall Inherit the Sea [Volume 1, Issue 2]
BIO: H.L. Fullerton writes fiction—mostly speculative, occasionally about monsters at sea; uses words instead of emoticons; likes semi-colons and the occasional interobang; might be in trouble with prepositions; loves lists and bullet points; believes apostrophes are commas gone wild; may have dangled a participle or two; binge reads while watching television; and is sometimes published in places like Lackington’s, Flash Fiction Online and Daily Science Fiction, or anthologies such as Crime & Mystery; Writers of the Future, Vol. 32; Triangulation: Beneath the Surface; and Mysterion.
Ingrid Garcia [Author]
Space Bike Zombies FTW [Volume 2, Issue 1]
BIO: Ingrid Garcia tries to sell local wines in a vintage wine shop in Cádiz, and writes speculative fiction in her spare time. For years, she was unpublished. But to her utter surprise—after years of receiving nothing but rejections—she’s sold stories to F&SF, Panorama and Futurist
Gareth Gray [Author]
Burn [Volume 2, Issue 2]
BIO: Gareth has been previously published through Robocup Press, in horror anthology ‘Hindered Souls’ and in the upcoming ‘Kids vol2’ anthology from Dark Chapter Press (October 2017). He has also received an honourable mention from L. Ron Hubbard’s ‘Writers of the Future’ competition.
John Grey [Poet]
Life in an Out-Station [Volume 2, Issue 1]
BIO: John Grey is an Australian poet, US resident. Recently published in New Plains Review, Stillwater Review and Big Muddy Review with work upcoming in Louisiana Review, Columbia College Literary Review and Spoon River Poetry Review.
Peter Hagelslag [Author]
Spambot 6413 [Volume 1, Issue 1]
BIO: Peter’s previous (and upcoming) publications include Rudy Rucker’s Flurb, the Blurring the Line and Qualia Nous anthologies, and OMNI Reboot.
Russell Hemmell [Author]
The Last Sybil [Volume 2, Issue 2]
BIO: Russell Hemmell is a statistician and social scientist from the U.K, passionate about astrophysics and speculative fiction. Recent Stories in Digital SF, Not One of Us, SQ Mag, and others.
Alexis Henderson [Author]
Night of the Lurking Moon [Volume 1, Issue 1] [Eos Quarterly #1]
BIO: Alexis is a college student and writing tutor. Her short story “Sin Eater” was published in the literary magazine Beorh Weekly. Her short story “Baby Doll” was a Writers Digest Annual Writing Competition honorary mention and was later published in the Spring 2016 Issue of the Literary Hatchet.
Kevin Holton [Author]
Lifetime Guarantee [Volume 2, Issue 2] [Eos Quarterly #3]
BIO: Kevin Holton has published fiction, poetry, and non-fiction with companies like Siren’s Call Publications, Crystal Lake Publishing, Mighty Quill Books, Radiant Crown Publishing, Pleaides, Rain Taxi, and The Literary Hatchet. When not reading and writing, he can probably be found working out, meditating, or talking about Batman.
Pamela Jeffs [Author]
Saloons and Stardust [Volume 2, Issue 1]
BIO: Pamela Jeffs is a prize-winning speculative fiction author living in Queensland, Australia with her husband and two daughters. She is a member of the Queensland Writers’ Centre and has had her short fiction published in recent national and international anthologies. Pamela draws upon the natural world for inspiration in her work. Visit her at www.pamelajeffs.wixsite.com/
James Keen (Toeken) [Artist]
Cheese [Volume 1, Issue 2]
J. M. Kerr [Author]
Prospectors [Volume 1, Issue 2]
BIO: J. M. Kerr is from Ft. Worth, Texas. He currently lives in Watauga, Texas with his wife Kristen. By day, Kerr teaches English to ninth graders, and by night he tries to cobble together his own science fiction (that’s if he doesn’t get caught up in a binge session of Star Trek: TNG).
Gerri Leen [Author]
Drum Solo [Volume 1, Issue 1]
BIO: Gerri Leen lives in Northern Virginia and originally hails from Seattle. She has stories and poems published by: Daily Science Fiction, Escape Pod, Grimdark, Enchanted Conversation, and others. Her first solo editing gig, the A Quiet Shelter There anthology published by Hadley Rille Books, was released in Fall 2015 and benefits homeless animals. See more at http://www.gerrileen.com.
Bryanna Licciardi [Poet]
The Grim Sleeper Takes me Hiking Before his Execution [Volume 2, Issue 1]
BIO: Bryanna Licciardi has received her MFA in poetry and is currently pursuing a PhD in Literacy Studies. She is a Pushcart Prize nominee, and has had work appear in such journals as Poetry Quarterly, BlazeVOX, 491 Magazine, Dos Passos, Adirondack Review, and Cleaver Magazine. Please visit her profile on P&W or bryannalicciardi.com for more about her.
Jack Lothian [Author]
Black Flowers Grow [Volume 2, Issue 1]
BIO: Jack Lothian was born in Scotland and works as a scriptwriter in both film and television on shows such as ‘Shameless’ and ‘Ashes to Ashes’. He is currently the show runner and lead writer on the forthcoming HBO / Cinemax show ‘Strike Back’ as well as the 1940s World War 2 drama ‘The Halcyon’ which airs in the UK in January and later in the year in the US. He is also the co-owner of the small press company BHP Comics and served as editor on their most recent release – ‘The Mighty Women of Science’ – an all ages illustrated A to Z of some of the well know, and less well known, women who changed the face of both science and the world throughout the ages.
Adam Lovasz [Non-fiction]
BIO: Adam Lovasz is a philosopher and writer based in Budapest. He is co-founder of Absentology Collective, a center for postmodern and speculative realist theory. He has published numerous books and essays in multiple languages. Adam’s latest book, entitled System of Absentology, will be appearing in Autumn 2016. His areas of interest include phenomenology, ontology, as well as philosophies of the body.
Michael McGlade [Author]
Pause, Reset, Repeat [Volume 2, Issue 2]
BIO: Michael McGlade has been published in Shimmer, Far Fetched Fables, and Ares Magazine. He holds a master’s degree in English and Creative Writing from the Seamus Heaney Centre, Queen’s University, Ireland.
Nicole Melchionda [Poet]
Che(mother)apy and One Oscillating Thread [Volume 1, Issue 2]
BIO: Nicole Melchionda is currently a senior at Stetson University where she is majoring in English with a minor in creative writing. She recently completed an independent study on gothic poetry with award-winning poet Terri Witek. The interests that infiltrate her work include biology, human anatomy, cosmology, psychology, and interpersonal relationships.
Dennis Mombauer [Author]
The Way Up, The Way Down [Volume 1, Issue 1]
BIO: Dennis Mombauer, born 1984, grew up along the Rhine and today lives and works in Cologne. He writes short stories and novels in German and English and is co-publisher and editor of a German magazine for experimental fiction, “Die Novelle – Zeitschrift für Experimentelles” (http://dienovelle.blogspot.de/). Current or upcoming English publications in Plasma Frequency, Geminid Press’ Night Lights anthology, Third Flatiron’s Ain’t Superstitious and Heroic Fantasy Quarterly.
Jennifer Moore [Author]
Welcome to Earth [Volume 1, Issue 1]
BIO: Jennifer’s fiction and poetry has appeared in numerous publications on both sides of the Atlantic, including Mslexia, Daily Science Fiction and Short Fiction. She is a previous winner of the Commonwealth Short Story Competition and has published two children’s chapter books with Knowonder, writing as Jaye Seymour. Jennifer studied English at Cambridge University and holds an MRes on Witchcraft in Literature from the University of Strathclyde. She lives in Devon, England.
Linda Neuer [Poet]
Resonance [Volume 1, Issue 1]
BIO: Linda is from Miami, Florida. Recently, some of her poems have been published in Jupiter, Quantum Poetry Magazine, Tattoo Highway, Lily, Sangam, Abyss and Apex, and Astropoetica.
George Nikolopoulos [Author]
Prisoner in Stone [Volume 1, Issue 2]
BIO: George Nikolopoulos is a speculative fiction writer from Athens, Greece. His short stories have been recently publishing in Mike Resnick’s Galaxy’s Edge, Unsung Stories, “Gruff Varations” Anthology, Mad Scientist Journal, QuarterReads, SF Comet, Bards & Sages Quarterly, “Up and Coming – Stories by the 2016 Campbell-eligible Authors” Anthology, Sci Phi Journal, 9 Tales From Elsewhere, Manawaker Stuido’s Flash Fiction Podcast, Stella’s Literary Bistro, Diasporic Literature Spot, as well as many magazines and anthologies in Greece and Cyprus.
Don Norum [Author]
The Numinous Enumerations of Nurah [Volume 2, Issue 3]
BIO: Don Norum has published stories in Sybil’s Garage #6 and Bull Spec #4, as well as online at places such as Cosmos and Pseudopod.
Aimee Ogden [Author]
A Way With Words [Volume 1, Issue 1]
BIO: Aimee is a science geek, comics nerd, Ultimate Frisbee player, and writer — not necessarily in that order. If she’d gone to Hogwarts, Aimee would have been a Ravenclaw, and her patronus would be She-Hulk.
Richard King Perkins II [Poet]
Ventriloquist [Volume 1, Issue 1]
BIO: Richard King Perkins II is a state-sponsored advocate for residents in long-term care facilities. He lives in Crystal Lake, IL with his wife, Vickie and daughter, Sage. He is a three-time Pushcart nominee and a Best of the Net nominee. Writing for six years, his work has appeared in more than a thousand publications including The Louisiana Review, Bluestem, Emrys Journal, Sierra Nevada Review, Roanoke Review, The Red Cedar Review and The William and Mary Review. He has poems forthcoming in Hawai’i Review, Sugar House Review, Plainsongs, Free State Review and Texas Review.
Kaia Pieters (TheFoxAndTheRaven) [Photographer]
Naturae, The Crow, Beware The Rabbit, The Animals II, and Psychosis [Volume 1, Issue 2]
Matthew Pedersen [Non-fiction]
Ghost in the Shell: A Comparative Study of Cyberpunk Themes in Cinema [Volume 2, Issue 2]
BIO: Matthew Pedersen is a freelance writer working out of North Texas. In fiction, he pulls inspiration from classic pulp writers, working primarily in the genres of fantasy, science fiction, and horror. He also works as a journalist and film critic for several local papers, specializing in the arts and entertainment.
You Could Not Save Them [Volume 2, Issue 1]
Always Watching 4 [Volume 2, Issue 2]
David Rae [Author] [Solar Charioteer]
Jutland [Volume 1, Issue 2]
BIO: David was born in London but moved while still young to Scotland. He loved to read from an early age and developed a keen interest in mythology and fantasy. God bless public libraries.
Eventually, he grew up, kind of. David went to university and studied botany, architecture, mathematics, computers, geography, and ecology. He worked in a sweetie factory, as a scaffolder and ditch digger. He worked as a draftsman, ecologist, statistician, and as a policy maker. David married and had children, lovely children and now lovely grandchildren. And he continued to read and to write.
He’s traveled extensively, to Scandinavia, to North Africa, to Eastern Europe, to the Far East, to Central America. But he always loved to come back to that dark, dirty, mysterious world he lived in.
Louis Rakovich [Author] [Spotlight]
The Second Adam [Volume 1, Issue 2]
Martina Rigoli [Photographer]
Tveir and As the crow flies. [Volume 1, Issue 2]
Leo X. Robertson [Author]
Levels for Sustainable Living [Volume 2, Issue 2]
BIO: Leo is a Scottish process engineer and emerging writer, currently living in Oslo, Norway. He has work most recently published by or forthcoming in Unnerving, Twisted50, Creepy Campfire Quarterly and The Stockholm Review of Literature.
Ron Sanders [Artist]
Prey [Volume 1, Issue 2]
Holly Schofield [Author]
Ground Truthing [Volume 1, Issue 1]
BIO: Holly Schofield travels through time at the rate of one second per second, oscillating between the alternate realities of city and country life. Her fiction has appeared in Lightspeed’s “Women Destroy Science Fiction”, AE, Unlikely Story, Tesseracts, and many other publications throughout the world. For more of her work, see hollyschofield.wordpress.com.
Meredith Rose Schorr [Author]
Port of Call [Volume 2, Issue 2]
A.P. Sessler [Author + Artist]
Girl in the Woods [Volume 1, Issue 2]
BIO: A resident of North Carolina’s Outer Banks, A.P. frequents an alternate universe not too different from your own, where he searches for that unique element that twists the everyday commonplace into the weird. When he’s not writing fiction, he composes music, dabbles in animation, and muses about theology and mind-hacking.
Alexandra Soman [Photographer]
signs & symbols, art is visual language, and poetry begins where meaning ceases [Volume 1, Issue 1]
George Spisak [Author]
Glitch [Volume 2, Issue 2]
BIO: George Spisak lives in the Great White North of Canada. Her daily trials include: a cat with extreme anxiety, a part-time job, university, and midnight writing binges. A fan of horror, science fiction, and fantasy, she squeezes in time to read while cooking. Many books have been devoured, many dishes have been burned.
J.J. Steinfeld [Poet]
The Forlorn Creature’s Lament and A Lifetime of Headlines and Confusion [Volume 1, Issue 2]
Despite Being Weaponless [Volume 2, Issue 1]
BIO: Canadian fiction writer, poet, and playwright J. J. Steinfeld lives on Prince Edward Island, where he is patiently waiting for Godot’s arrival and a phone call from Kafka. While waiting, he has published seventeen books, including Disturbing Identities (Stories, Ekstasis Editions), Should the Word Hell Be Capitalized? (Stories, Gaspereau Press), Would You Hide Me? (Stories, Gaspereau Press), Misshapenness (Poetry, Ekstasis Editions), Identity Dreams and Memory Sounds (Poetry, Ekstasis Editions), Madhouses in Heaven, Castles in Hell (Stories, Ekstasis Editions), and An Unauthorized Biography of Being (110 Short Fictions Hovering Between the Absurd and the Existential, Ekstasis Editions). His short stories and poems have appeared in numerous periodicals and anthologies internationally, and over fifty of his one-act plays and a handful of full-length plays have been performed in Canada and the United States.
Nicholas Stillman [Author]
Thok [Volume 1, Issue 2]
BIO: Nicholas Stillman writes dystopian science fiction with dark, medical themes. His speculative stories range from far-flung medical fiction in space to modern cautionary tales.
Stephen Scott Whitaker [Author]
How the Dun-in Man Got His Name (Part 1 of 2) [Volume 1, Issue 1]
How the Dun-in Man Got His Name (Part 2 of 2) [Volume 1, Issue 2]
BIO: Stephen Scott Whitaker is a member of National Book Critics Circle, and the literary review editor for The Broadkill Review. All My Rowdy Friends was published in 2016 by Punks Write Poems Press, LLC; his previous chapbooks include the steampunk inspired The Black Narrows, the award winning Field Recordings, and The Barleyhouse Letters. His writing has won numerous awards, including the Pushcart Prize, and the National Press Award.
Sigied Himawan Yudhanto (cranenoir) [Artist]
BINASA [Volume 1, Issue 1]