E. P. Chiew lives in London, England, and has been previously published in Verbsap. She was a finalist for the Glimmer Train Short Story Award for New Writers, Fall 2005. Her stories are also forthcoming in In Posse Review and Alimentum. Write to her at pecklengc@yahoo.com.
Andrew Coburn is the author of thirteen novels, three made into French films. His novella, "My Father's Daughter," was included in a recent collection of British and American writers and was published in the U.S., the U.K., and France. His work has been translated into thirteen languages. A nonfiction piece entitled "Cop Talk" will appear early next year in Oregon Literary Review. He can be reached at coburnand@aol.com.
LaTanya McQueen is a fiction writer originally from North Carolina. Her work has appeared in The Emerson Review, Rumble, Alighted Ezine, and the anthology "Brevity and Echo: Short Shorts by Emerson College Alumni" by Rose Metal Press. She can be reached at latanya.mcqueen@gmail.com.
Nancy Stebbins is a psychiatrist in central Texas. She writes mostly about quirky psychotherapists. Miss Luz is her first foray into tap dancing characters. You may contact her at the address: stebbinschabot@yahoo.com.