|Donald Capone lives in New York. He is a designer of children's novelty books. His stories have appeared in print magazines and online journals including Edgar Literary Magazine, Word Riot, Weekly Reader's READ magazine, Thieves Jargon, and FlashFiction.net, and in the anthologies See You Next Tuesday, Skive Quarterly 6, and Rebellion: New Voices of Fiction. His comic novel Into the Sunset is now on sale. donaldcapone.blogspot.com
Myfanwy Collins lives in New England. Her credits include The Kenyon Review (forthcoming), Cream City Review (forthcoming), AGNI, Swivel, Lilies and Cannonballs Review, In Posse Review, Exquisite Corpse, Pindeldyboz, Smokelong Quarterly, and FRiGG. For more information, please visit her at www.myfanwycollins.com.
Katrina Denza lives in North Carolina with her husband and two sons. Some of her stories have been published in Emrys Journal; New Delta Review; Lynx Eye; Parting Gifts; SmokeLong Quarterly; Salome; Cranky; and Storyglossia, among others. Other stories are forthcoming from The Jabberwock Review; The MacGuffin; and Parting Gifts.
She's an editor for SmokeLong Quarterly.
Susan DiPlacido is the author of three novels: 24/7, Trattoria, and Mutual Holdings. Her short story, I, Candy won the Spirit award at the 2005 Moondance International Film Festival. Her novel Trattoria has been nominated for a Romantic Times Reviewers Choice Award for Best Small Press Romance for 2005. She has upcoming short stories in Best American Erotica 2007 and Zanes anthology Caramel Flava. Her new collection of short stories, American Cool, is now on sale. Visit her online at susandiplacido.com.
T.J. Forrester has placed stories with Night Train, Mobius, The Journal of Social Change, The Storyteller, and Ink Pot. His fiction has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize, and his first published story received a People's Choice Award.
Marcus Grimm is a 2005 recipient of a Fiction Fellowship from the PA Arts Council and Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation and a former Pushcart nominee. A former winner of the Central PA Writing Award, he is also a professional blogger and, thus, is rarely more than a click away. He doesn't wander far from his wireless router, which is located in Lancaster, PA. Certain Intelligence
Steve Hansen makes a living in Albuquerque, NM. Knowing he has two children to raise, two dogs to feed and only one wife to help him achieve these ends has turned him into something of a head case. His writing is correspondingly hysterical.
Grant Jarretts work over the past eight years has included screenplay collaborations, magazine articles, ghostwriting, working for a major publisher, and writing scripts for corporate conventions.
In addition to his memoir More Towels, which was published in 2001, he has written two novels, a collection of short stories, numerous humorous works, and a novella. Five of his short stories are currently available as Amazon Shorts.
Mr. Jarrett lives in New York City, where he earns his living as a freelance writer, editor, and ghostwriter.
Tripp Reade grew up in Durham, North Carolina, and he's still there. Interpret this as you will. His fiction has appeared in magazines such as Slow Trains, Prose Toad, Write This, Clean Sheets, and 42opus, the last of which was named a Notable Story of 2005 in the Million Writers Award sponsored by storySouth.
Matthew St. Amand is the author of three published books, As My Sparks Fly Upward & Other Stories, Forever & a Day, and Homunculus. He resides in LaSalle, Ontario with his wife who is a visual artist and schoolteacher. Matthew's suspense novel, Randham Acts, is available now! Randham Acts. Matthew can be found online at www.matthewstamand.com.
Tom Saunders is British and he writes short stories and poetry. He has an MA in Creative writing from the University of East Anglia. His tutors there were Angela Carter and Sir Malcolm Bradbury. Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Paul Muldoon was writer in residence at the time. In 1995 he was an award winner in the Ian St James International Short Story Competition. His work has been published in print and on the Net. His short story collection Brother, What Strange Place is This? Is available on both sides of the Atlantic.
Robin Slick is the author of "Three Days in New York City," an erotic comedy, published by Mundania/Phaze Press. The sequel, "Another Bite of the Apple," is awaiting publication this summer. Robin's short stories have appeared in print and on the webeverywhere from heady places like In Posse Review and Slow Trains Literary Journal to give-heady places like Clean Sheets. She lives vicariously through her rock star offspring Julie and Eric Slick who were featured in the Picturehouse Films documentary, Rock School, and are now members of the Adrian Belew Power Trio. Visit her online at www.robinslick.com and www.inherownwrite.blogspot.com.