Meet the contributors of upcoming Issue 226
Karen Zey is a Canadian writer from la belle ville de Pointe-Claire, Quebec. Her work has appeared in Burningwood Literary Journal, Hippocampus Magazine, Prick of the Spindle, Toronto’s Globe and Mail and other places. She received her first Pushcart nomination in 2015. Karen is currently working on a memoir about her many years teaching and consulting in special education.
Jane-Rebecca Cannarella is the editor of HOOT Review, a genre editor at Lunch Ticket, a cat lady, a contributing writer at SSG music, and a candy enthusiast. She received her BA and M.Ed from Arcadia University, attended Goldsmiths: University of London, Sarah Lawrence College, and is an MFA candidate at Antioch University. When not poorly playing the piano, she chronicles the many ways that she embarrasses herself at the website www.youlifeisnotsogreat.com. She occasionally drinks wine out of a mug that has a smug poodle on it, and she’s not wonderful at writing in the third person.
Adam Michael Nicks
Adam Michael Nicks is a Pushcart Prize nominated writer and the recipient of the 2017 Leonard Trawick Award. He is currently finishing up his MFA and his work has appeared in Typehouse-Ink and ReCap.
Christina Wiseman has completed the Novel Generator program, a competitive-entry intensive workshop at Boston’s GrubStreet creative writing center. She lives in Somerville, Massachusetts and is currently at work on her first novel.
Jean Wolff studied fine arts at the Center for Creative Studies in Detroit and at the University of Michigan. She attended Hunter College, CUNY in New York, graduating with an MFA in painting and printmaking. She’s had group and solo exhibits in numerous galleries in New York City and internationally. In addition, her work has been published in various literary and art journals. Jean currently lives and works in New York City. For complete exhibition list and bibliography please visit artist website at www.jeanwolff.com
William A. Greenfield
William A. Greenfield is a writer of poetry, a part time public service worker, a fairly good poker player, and a fairly poor golfer. He resides in Liberty, NY with his wife, son, and a dog; always a dog. Winner of Storyteller Magazine’s People’s Choice Award in 2012, William has had poems published in dozens of literary journals, including The Westchester Review, Carve Magazine, The East Coast Literary Review, and others. His chapbook, “Momma’s Boy Gone Bad”, was published in February 2017 by Finishing Line Press.
Mike spent his childhood in the UK. After his return to California, he served a four year stint in the USAF and then went on to graduate from Cal State Fullerton. His poetry has appeared in Big Muddy, Iodine Poetry Review, and The Midwest Quarterly. His work has been influenced by the beat school of poetry.
Greg Jenkins is the author of four books, including his recent novel “A Face in the Sky,” and roughly 55 short stories. His fiction has appeared in such journals as Prairie Schooner, Prism International, South Dakota Review and Mensa Bulletin.
Lindsey Little can owes her means of writing to the local regard of invasive kudzu taking over abandoned buildings, backyard brushfires floating embers to untraceable wind currents, and the secret riptides of sugar sand beaches. She lives in Pell City, Alabama.