Issue 10 Contributors

Abbas Abidi received his MFA from the University of Alabama. His work has been featured in brightestyoungthings.com, The Bellevue Literary Review, and Hobo Pancakes.

Vincent A. Cellucci is a scofflaw shit shooter. He wrote An Easy Place / To Die (CityLit Press, 2011) and edited Fuck Poems an exceptional anthology (Lavender Ink, 2012). Come back river, a bilingual Bengali-English translation collaboration with the poet and artist Debangana Banerjee is available from Finishing Line Press. _A Ship on the Line, a battleship-collaboration with poet Christopher Shipman released by Unlikely Books in 2014, was a finalist for the Eric Hoffer Book Award.

Brianne M. Kohl’s short stories have appeared in several publications including The Masters Review, The Stoneslide Corrective, Literary Mama, The Bohemyth, Coup D’Etat and 94 Creations. She is currently hard at work on her first novel. In addition, she has published several articles at The Review Review. To see all of her publications and awards, visit her at www.briannekohl.com. Follow her on twitter: twitter.com/BrianneKohl

Dylan Krieger is a pile of false eyelashes growing algae in south Louisiana. She lives in a little cottage with a catfish and her demons and sunlights as a trade mag editor. Her poems have appeared in Quarterly West, Local NomadDeluge, Juked, Coup D’Etat, Small Po[r]tions, and Tenderloin, among others. Find her at www.dylankrieger.com

Jordan McNair is a twenty-three year old recent graduate of the University of Maine Farmington’s BFA in Creative Writing Program. She is someone who likes to turn over damp earth in her hand, and hold warm stones of citrine and obsidian in her palms. She also enjoys the quiet serenity of Sunday mornings.

John Pula lives and writes in South Florida where he works as a mechanical engineer. He makes a point of traveling back to his native Minnesota for an annual bout of shivering and is usually found holding whatever brewed beverage is socially acceptable at the given hour.

Kim Vodicka is the author of Aesthesia Balderdash (Trembling Pillow Press, 2012) and the Psychic Privates EP (forthcoming from TENDERLOIN, 2016). She holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Louisiana State University. Her poems, art, and other writings have appeared in Spork, RealPoetikCloudheavy Zine, Epiphany, Industrial Lunch, Smoking Glue Gun, Paper Darts, The Volta, Queen Mob’s Teahouse, Makeout Creek, Luna Luna Magazine, Best American Experimental Writing (BAX) 2015, and other publications. Her poetry manuscript, Psychic Privates, was a 2015 Tarpaulin Sky Book Prize Finalist. Cruise more of her work atih8kimvodicka.tumblr.com.

 

Masthead:

Editor: Kayla Haas
Assistant Editor: Trevor Fuller
Fiction Editor: Benjamin Hojem
Poetry Editor: Taylor Gorman
Nonfiction Editor: Ciara Hespe
Web Editor: Monique Richardson
Public Relations Director: Shannon Nakai Wingert
Readers: Katie Amundsen, Nicole Byrne, Abe Fitzpatrick, Matt Garner, Toni Loeffler, Shannon Nakai, Kiley Porter, Jeremy Richard, Rhiannon Scharnhorst, Chance Swaim, Noah Trammell, Ellery Wadman-Goetch, Josh Zimmerer