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Elliot Gallion

Elliot Gallion (1.2).

Elliot Gallion will graduate from Stetson University in May 2011 with a degree in English. He lives in Gumbo Flats, MO.

Ricky Garni

Ricky Garni (1.2).

Ricky Garni is a graphic designer living in Carrboro, North Carolina. His work can be found in EVERGREEN REVIEW, CAMEL SALOON, USED FURNITURE REVIEW, ORION HEADLESS and other places. His latest work, JANUARY, is a sequel to his earlier work, DECEMBER. Although it could be the other way around, with a lot of space in between.

Megan M. Garr

Megan M. Garr (3.3).

Megan M. Garr is the author of The Preservationist Documents (Pilot Books, 2012) and the editor of the literary & arts journal Versal, which she founded in 2002. Originally from Nashville, USA, Megan now lives in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Sara Gerot

Sara Gerot (1.3).

Sara Gerot is a graduate of the University of Iowa and has an MFA in Critical Studies from Cal Arts. “Bodies Turn Cold” is an excerpt of creative non-fiction from her pseudo-memoir Let Me Ride. Her work has been published in Thought Catalog and an excerpt from her novel Doing Crystal is forthcoming in issue #14 of Black Clock.

Peter Giebel

Peter Giebel (5.1).

Peter Giebel is a writer and educator living in Denver, CO. In 2014, he received his MFA in Literary Arts from Brown University. His work has appeared in or is forthcoming from BodegaThe DestroyerDrunken BoatLana TurnerNew Delta Review, and elsewhere.

Emily Greenberg

Emily Greenberg (6.1).

Emily Greenberg is a writer, artist, and editor based in Brooklyn, NY. A member of the Greenpoint Writers Group, her short fiction has previously appeared in Matter Monthly, The Copperfield ReviewRainy Day Literary Journal, and elsewhere, and her artwork has been exhibited across the country, including in New York City, Brooklyn, Chicago, Minneapolis, and Atlanta. Find out more at emilygreenberg.net.

Tracy Jane Gregory

Tracy Jane Gregory (7.1).

Tracy Jane Gregory is a cross-genre writer, collage artist, musician, queer feminist, and editor at Letter [r] Press. Her work has appeared in Best American Experimental Writing, Clamor Literary and Arts Journal, QUEEN Magazine, and Transfer Magazine. Tracy is a recent graduate of University of Washington Bothell’s MFA in Creative Writing and Poetics program and currently lives in San Leandro, CA.

Carl James Grindley

Carl James Grindley (1.2).

Carl James Grindley grew up on an island off the West Coast of Canada, and studied in the US and Europe. He has taught creative writing at Yale University and works at The City University of New York. Three of his novellas were published in 2008 by No Record Press under the name Icon. He has upcoming work in Eunoia Review, Anastomoo, and Atticus Review.

Kia Groom

Kia Groom (2.2).

Kia Groom lives in Perth, Western Australia.  She likes horror, fake cherry flavouring, white trash aesthetic and being asleep.  Her work has appeared in SWAMP, Cottonmouth, and various other publications, and she has work forthcoming in Midnight Echo Magazine.  Find her online: www.who-dreamed-it.net

Ben Gunsberg

Ben Gunsberg (6.1).

Ben Gunsberg is a professor of English at Utah State University.  His poetry appears in CutBank, The Southeast Review, and The South Carolina Review, among other magazines.  He is the author of the chapbook Rhapsodies with Portraits (Finishing Line Press, 2015). His poetry manuscript, Cut Time, won the University of Michigan’s Hopwood Award for Poetry Writing. He lives in Logan, Utah, at the foot of the Bear River Mountains.

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