Michael Derrick Hudson writing as Yin-Fen Chou still lives in Fort Wayne, Indiana where he still makes excuses. His work has appeared in Shenandoah, Prairie Schooner, Michigan Quarterly Review, Sonora Review, Cream City Review, Cimarron Review, South Dakota Review and The Spoon River Poetry Review.
A.D. Carswell lives and writes out of Northeast Georgia, where she recently completed her B.A. in Literature from Piedmont College. Her work has appeared in Poetry Quarterly, The Citron Review, Sheepshead Review, and she edited and contributed to Trillium, Piedmont’s literary journal, which won the writing award for best e-zine at the 2011 and 2012 […]
Charles Carr is a native Philadelphian. Charles was educated at LaSalle and Bryn Mawr College, where he earned a Masters in American History. Charles has worked in social and community development services for 40 years. Charles has also been active in raising funds for various missions and organizations serving the poorest of the poor In […]
Sean Carney is a writer and storyteller living in Philadelphia. He is currently working on an essay collection and his second novel, but also tries to provide a distraction from daily life by writing funny stories (about daily life) on his website, TheWittyGritty.com. To get in touch with Sean, please visit The Witty Gritty on […]
Nellie Bridge teaches high school in Washington State. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Pleiades, Boog City, Kahini, New York Arts Magazine, and New Delta Review. Her poems were named a distinguished entry for the 2014 Campbell Corner Poetry Prize.
Mel Bentley sporadically organizes readings and multidisciplinary performance around Philadelphia. Obstacle, Particle, Spectacle, was released from 89plus/Luma Foundation as part of the exhibition “Poetry Will Be Made By All.” Chapbooks “Stub Wilderness” and “&parts” were released from Well Greased Press and Damask Press, respectively.