Matt Sailor (2.3).
Matt Sailor is the editor-in-chief of New South, Georgia State University’s Journal of Art and Literature. He is currently pursuing his MFA in fiction, also at Georgia State. His work has appeared in [PANK], Hot Metal Bridge, West Trade Review, and is forthcoming in NANO Fiction. mattsailor.com
Sommer Schafer (4.2).
Sommer Schafer’s fiction can be read currently and forthcoming in Glimmer Train, Barge Journal, Eleven Eleven, kill author, and Fiction 365. Last summer she received a MFA from San Francisco State University and a scholarship to attend the Squaw Valley Community of Writers. Part of the story published here was performed in the Bay Area series, Action Fiction!. You can watch it here.
Benjamin Seanor (2.1).
Sarah J. Sloat
Sarah J. Sloat (7.1).
Sarah J. Sloat lives in Frankfurt, a stone’s throw from Schopenhauer’s grave. Her poems and prose have appeared in The Offing, Hayden’s Ferry Review, and Sixth Finch, among other journals. Sarah’s poetry chapbook on typefaces and texts, ‘Inksuite,’ is available from Dancing Girl Press, which also published ‘Heiress to a Small Ruin’ in 2016.
Abraham Smith is a contributor to Dispatches from Abandoned Architecture.
Kathryn Smith (8.1).
Kathryn Smith is the author of Book of Exodus (Scablands Books, 2017). Her poems have been published or are forthcoming in Poetry Northwest, Duende, The Boiler Journal, Redivider, Laurel Review, and The Collagist. She is a graduate of the MFA program at Eastern Washington University and the recipient of a grant from the Spokane Arts Fund. Find her online at kathrynsmithpoetry.com, or follow @paperhermitage on Instagram, where she posts collage poems and paper art.
Benjamin Solomon (5.2, 2.3).
Benjamin Solomon’s work has appeared in One Story, Diagram, and The Southeast Review. He is a founding editor of The Open Face Sandwich, a biennial anthology of uncommon prose.
John Brown Spiers
John Brown Spiers (1.4).
John Brown Spiers lives in Athens, Georgia, with his wife and their house full of animals. His work has appeared in Monkeybicycle, Mandala Literary Journal, and McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, as well as venues whose names do not begin with the letter M.
Kandie St.Germain (5.2).
Kandie St.Germain is the author of Closet Drama (Bear Star Press, 2001). Her work has also appeared in The Sonora Review, The Cream City Review, Rattle, Puerto del Sol, and others.
Brian Kim Stefans
Brian Kim Stefans (8.1).
Brian Kim Stefans is the author of Word Toys: Poetry and Technics (University of Alabama, 2017) and What is Said to the Poet Concerning Flowers (Factory School, 2006) among other books of poetry and prose. A new chapbook, “For a New Urbanism” (Arras, 2017) can be downloaded at arras.net. He teaches at UCLA.
Claire Stephens (2.1).
Claire Stephens lives in Tampa, Florida. Her poetry and graphic poetry are forthcoming in Prick of the Spindle.
Scott Stripling (7.1).
Scott Stripling is an artist and illustrator living in Athens, Georgia. He publishes comics and zines under the Shoot the Moon Comics label. His work has appeared in Gigantic Sequins, Hobart, The Atomic Elbow, and elsewhere.
Ray Succre (1.4).
Ray Succre is an undergraduate currently living on the southern Oregon coast with his wife and son. He has had poems published in Aesthetica, BlazeVox, and Petrichor Machine, as well as in numerous others across as many countries. His novels Tatterdemalion (2008) and Amphisbaena (2009), both through Cauliay, are widely available in print. Other Cruel Things (2009), an online collection of poetry, is available through Differentia Press.
R L Swihart
R L Swihart (5.2).
R L Swihart is the author of The Last Man (Desperanto Press, 2012) He currently lives in Long Beach, CA, and teaches high school mathematics in Los Angeles. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Rhino, Right Hand Pointing, 1110, decomP, Pebble Lake Review, and elsewhere.