Andrew Davie received an MFA from Adelphi University. He taught English in Macau on a Fulbright grant. His work can be read in Bartleby Snopes, A River and Sound Review, The South Dakota Review, Necessary Fiction, and Menacing Hedge.
Emily Eddins twenty-year professional writing career includes time spent as a speechwriter, a journalist, a grant writer, and an editor. The author holds a BA in English from Vanderbilt University, an MA in liberal studies from Georgetown University, and she has studied creative writing at both Georgetown University and Stanford University. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Cape Rock, Forge, Front Porch, Toad Suck Review, RiverSedge, Willow Review, The Louisville Review, Rio Grande Review, and other publications. This summer, her essay collection “Altitude Adjustment” hit the Top Five in Kindle Hot New Releases in 90-minute memoirs and short biographies.
Ralph Monday is an Associate Professor of English at Roane State Community College in Harriman, TN., where he teaches composition, literature, and creative writing courses. In fall 2013 he had poems published in The New Plains Review, New Liberties Review, Fiction Week Literary Review, and is represented as the featured poet with 12 poems in the December issue of Poetry Repairs. In winter 2014 he had poems published in Dead Snakes. His work has appeared in publications such as The Phoenix, Bitter Creek Review, Impressions, Kookamonga Square, Deep Waters, Jacket Magazine, The New Plains Review, New Liberties Review, Dead Snakes and Poetry Repairs.
William is majoring in English with an emphasis on creative writing at ASU’s Barrett Honors College. He is also minoring in psychology.
Keely Cutts earned an MFA candidate at Rosemont College. She has been published in Front Porch Review and has work forthcoming in Inaccurate Realities. Originally from Florida, she now lives in suburban Philadelphia with her wife.
Michael D. Grover
Michael D. Grover is a native Floridian now living in Toledo, Ohio. He sees himself as an activist for poetry, and has hosted weekly readings. Michael has been published all over the world, and has performed all over the country. He has had over a dozen chapbooks including his newest “Some People Go Crazy” which is available on Citizens For Decent Literature Press. His first novel “Lockewood/The Wolves Of Lockewood” is now available on Hipity Scotch Press. Michael is the current head poetry editor at www.redfez.net.
Jay Gershwin’s work has appeared in Bartleby Snopes, Monkey Puzzle, Fractured West, Red Fez, and is forthcoming in Pidgeonholes. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.