Malisa Garlieb is a Waldorf teacher living and working in Shelburne, Vermont. Her new year’s resolution was “heart forward, wings out,” and she’s making good. Her poems have appeared in So to Speak, Off the Coast, and Chautaugua, among others. Her book, Handing Out Apples in Eden, is available from WindRidge Books.
Jeff Eisenbrey teaches and writes in the Pacific Northwest. He earned an MFA at Goddard College, has a YA novel published under the pen name of Jay Morse and is completing a memoir. His poetry and fiction have appeared in Rawboned, Limn Literary & Arts Journal, and The Write Room.
Jay Duret is a San Francisco writer and illustrator who blogs at www.jayduret.com. His stories have appeared or are forthcoming in many online and print journals, including The Blue Lake Review, Gargoyle, Stone Path Review, the Citron Review, Outside In, Cigale Literary Magazine, Fiction Vortex, December and Boston Literary Magazine. Jay’s comic novel, Nine Digits, […]
Roger Camp lives in Seal Beach, CA where he tends several hundred plants, walks the streets of his beloved Paris yearly, is apprenticed to a master mason, naps in a hammock under an avocado tree, plays blues piano evenings and kayak fishes, weather permitting. He is an identical twin whose twin does none of these […]
Sarra Alpert lives, works and sometimes writes stories and essays in and around New York City. She received her MFA in Fiction from NYU and taught in the Expository Writing Program there for awhile. Now she organizes and leads workshops for young leaders in social justice work, and can also often be found reading on […]
Hala Alyan is a Palestinian-American poet who has lived in different regions of the world, spanning from Oklahoma to Beirut. Hala is pursuing her doctoral degree in the field of clinical psychology and currently resides in Brooklyn. She has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and her poems have appeared in journals such as Copper Nickel, Third Coast, and The […]