A. A. Reinecke is a writer and playwright. Her likes include caffeine and the correct use of Oxford commas. Continue reading “The War with Tennis Equipment by A.A. Reinecke”
At publication, Megan Fuentes was 35 days away from being able to legally celebrate the occasion with a glass of wine in her apartment in Orlando, FL. She attends the University of Central Florida, at which she majors in elementary education. Her work has appeared online and in two anthologies. Megan can be found on her very new Facebook page. Continue reading “Moving Forward by Megan Fuentes”
Michaël Wertenberg is a French-American writer of dark fiction, rumoured to be living in Budapest with his cat, Zvyezda. He is a self-proclaimed sane citizen, though his blog, My Disease-Ridden Mind, offers evidence to the contrary: https://michaelwertenberg.wixsite.com/mysite. Continue reading “Boxes by Michaël Wertenberg”
Gwen C. Katz is a writer, artist, game designer, and retired mad scientist who lives in Pasadena, California with her husband and a revolving door of transient animals. Her first novel, Among the Red Stars, follows Russia’s famous all-female bomber regiment, the Night Witches. It was released in 2017 by Harper Teen.
Willem Myra’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in 101 Words, Litro, The Offing, and elsewhere. He lives in a modest Italian city where he shares his love for literature with two cats and a stubborn case of rhinitis. More about him at willemmyra.wordpress.com and he can be found @WillemMyra on Twitter. Continue reading “Emotional Osmosis by Willem Myra”
L.L. Madrid lives in Tucson where the rain smells like creosote. When she’s not writing, she’s busy editing a peculiar little journal, Speculative 66. Links to L.L. Madrid’s works can be found at http://llmadrid.weebly.com. She tweets @LLMadridWriter. Continue reading “Aiming For God by L.L. Madrid”
Chris Dungey is a retired auto worker in Michigan. 58 of his stories have found publications in various litmags and zines. His collection, The Pace-Lap Blues and Other Tales From The Seventies, is available from Amazon and Kindle. He rides mountain bike, feeds two wood-stoves, and camps at the sports-car races. Continue reading “Epoxy by Chris Dungey”