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YOLANDA BRIDGES is the author of the novels Are You Satisfied Yet? and Getting Up and Getting On. She teaches writing at the University of Houston.
JAMES H DUNCAN is the editor of Hobo Camp Review, a former editor with Writer's Digest, and the author of What Lies in Wait.
ALLEN FORREST works as a graphic artist and painter in Vancouver. He is the winner of the Leslie Jacoby Honor for Art at San Jose State University's Reed Magazine.
APRIL JONES received her M.F.A. from Antioch University and her B.S. from Brigham Young University-Idaho. Her works have appeared in The Boston Poetry Magazine and Fast Forward Fiction.
WILLIAM LEMON is our Writer of the Month for March 2016. He received his MA in Literature and Writing at California State University San Marcos.
MARTINA REISZ NEWBERRY's most recent book is Where It Goes. She lives in Hollywood, CA with her husband Brian and their four-legged best pal, Charlie the Cat.
ALEX STOLIS lives in Minneapolis.
KOLLEEN CARNEY received her BA from Salem State University in Salem, MA and her MFA in poetry from Antioch University in Los Angeles.
HEIDI ESPENSCHEID NIBBELINK works as a counselor at an urban public school in Athens, GA. She is presently an MFA candidate at the Sewanee School of Letters, University of the South, Sewanee, TN.
LOU GAGLIA's short story collection, Poor Advice, received the 2015 New Apple Literary Award for Short Story Fiction. He is a long-time teacher and T'ai Chi C'huan practitioner and lives in New York.
CHARLES JOSEPH lives and writes in Montclair, NJ. He is the author of four poetry chapbooks and and a novel, No Outlet, that he's currently shopping for agents.
ZAC LOCKE lives in West Hollywood, CA. He has worked as a baseball umpire, television producer, bartender, gardener, Spanish translator, computer programmer, and lawyer, among others.
GABRIEL RICARD is an editor and writer with Kleft Jaw Press, the author of Captain Canada's Movie Rodeo at Drunk Monkeys, and a contributor at Cultured Vultures. He is the author of Clouds of Hungry Dogs.
HEATHER TRUETT is a novelist represented by Peter Knapp of New Leaf Literary. She has been published in The Mom Egg, Tweetspeak Poetry, and Vine Leaves Literary.
YUAN CHANGMING is an eight-time Pushcart Prize nominee and the author of five chapbooks. Yuan currently edits Poetry Pacific with Allen Qing Yuan in Vancouver.
GIZELLE FLETCHER was born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica and is currently studying poetry at the University of Florida.
RICH IVES is a winner of the Francis Locke Memorial Poetry Award from Bitter Oleander and the 2012 winner of the Creative Nonfiction Prize from Thin Air Magazine. He is the author of Tunneling to the Moon, Sharpen, and several chapbooks.
NAIMA KARCZMAR is a bi-racial, semi-youthful, fairly gay student living and writing in Portland, OR with the help of two cats and a fabulous mentor.
DONALD McCARTHY is the Features Editor of Drunk Monkeys. His fiction has appeared in KZine and Cover of Darkness and his non-fiction has appeared in The Progressive Populist.
JESSICA SHEETS is a freelance writer and editor, with a BA from San Diego State University. Her poems have appeared in Yay! LA Magazine, The Los Angeles Review of Los Angeles, and The Fem.
DALE WISELY edits Right Hand Pointing, One Sentence Poems, and prose poetry at White Knuckle Press. He is a clinical psychologist and public school administrator.