Issue 218 Contributors

Meet the contributors of upcoming Issue 218

A.J. Atwater
Atwater is a Minnesota/Manhattan abstract painter and literary fiction writer with stories forthcoming in Barely South Review, Jellyfish Review, Heavy Feather Review, Flash Fiction Magazine and published in PANK, Vestal Review, Star 82 Review and others.

Kathryn Holzman
Kathryn Holzman attended Stanford and NYU. While in NYC,she co-ran Backroom Readings and had poetry published in the US&Hong Kong before pursuing a career in Healthcare Administration. Now residing in New England with her husband, a digital artist, she has recently had short stories published in The Adirondack Review, Atticus Review and the Fictional Cafe.

Andrew Walker
Andrew Walker has been published in the Yellow Chair Review and is upcoming in the Two Cities Review. After earning his English bachelor’s from Colorado State University in 2016, he moved to Austin, Texas, where he currently resides.

Annie Frazier
Annie Frazier is from North Carolina but currently lives in Florida and is pursuing an MFA in Fiction from Spalding University. Her fiction appears in apt magazine and The North Carolina Literary Review and has been Pushcart Prize-nominated. Her poetry, also in NCLR, received second place in the 2015 James Applewhite Poetry Prize. Read her book reviews at Paste Magazine and NCLR Online 2015. Connect with Annie on Twitter @anniefrazzr.

Gillian Walker
Gillian Walker is a fiction writer based in the UK. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in Vestal Review, Blue Fifth Review, Bath Flash Fiction Award Anthology 2016, Flash: The International Short-Short Story Magazine and shortlisted for the Fish flash fiction competition. She is a fiction reader for Vestal Review.

Barry Fentiman Hall
Barry Fentiman Hall (BFH) is a poet/writer based in Medway UK who specializes in site specific poetry. He has been published in City Without A Head, Anti-Heroin Chic, I Am Not A Silent Poet, and The Irish Times. He is the editor of Confluence Magazine. He is a confirmed pedestrian.

Mick Ó Seasnáin
Mick Ó Seasnáin is a Teaching Consultant for The National Writing Project at Kent State University and an English Language Arts and Composition Teacher for the University of Akron Wayne College and Wooster High School; he holds a B.A. from Baldwin Wallace University and an M.A.T. from Miami University. His works have been featured in the Ohio Journal of English Language Arts (OJELA), Ohio Teachers Write (OTW), Literary Orphans Journal, The Legendary Literary Magazine, Up the River: A Journal of Poetry, Art, & Photography, Teachers of Vision, and MidAmerican Fiction & Photography.

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