Kasandra Snow Duthie's stories have been recently published or are forthcoming in Hayden's Ferry Review, The Main Street Rag, and Many Mountains Moving. She can be contacted at duthiek@gmail.com.
Anne Germanacos' work has appeared in over fifty literary reviews. In 2010, a collection of her short stories will be published by BOA Editions. She lives in San Francisco and on Crete.
Andrei Guruianu is currently pursuing a doctorate in creative writing at Binghamton University, NY, and teaches at Ithaca College. He founded the literary journal The Broome Review (www.thebroomereview.com) and served a month-long writer residency at Yaddo. He has published a book of poems and short stories, Days When I Saw the Horizon Bleed (FootHills Publishing, 2006). You may reach him at aguruianu@aol.com.
Paul Olson lives in Minnesota and is currently working as a healthcare IT consultant in order to feed one of his life's passions: photography. Capturing scenery, animals, food, and people just being people, his canvas is everything that life is about. Visit www.paophotography.com to see more of his work.
Alita Putnam currently lives in Reykjavik where she’s working on a degree in Medieval Icelandic Studies; she completed her MFA at Penn State University in May. Her nonfiction has previously appeared in ZYZZYVA and is forthcoming in Narrative Magazine. She can be reached at alitabeth@yahoo.com.
Gregory Sherl is the best kind of love. Gregory breathes with his mouth closed. Gregory is writing a play about a girl whose arms fall off but there is no blood. Why is there no blood? Gregory is between things: some good, some not so good, some magical. Gregory can be reached at jesuis.gregory@gmail.com.