1. Andrew is rediscovering his love of writing through his new love of flash fiction. He writes in the small gaps in his life as inspiration strikes him.

  2. Ada Wofford holds a BA in English literature and is currently a graduate student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is a Contributing Editor for The Blue Nib literary magazine and has been published in numerous publications such as McSweeney's Internet Tendency and Sundress Publications.

  3. Adele Evershed is an early years educator and writer. She was born in Wales and has lived in Hong Kong and Singapore before settling in Connecticut. Her poetry and prose have been published in a number of print and online journals such as Every Day Fiction, Ab Terra Flash Fiction Magazine, Grey Sparrow Journal, bee house journal, Free Flash Fiction, and Shot Glass Journal. She has upcoming pieces in Gingerbread House and Green Ink Poetry.

  4. Aimee Hinds is a PhD student from the UK studying classical mythology. She writes spectulative fiction in response to her research, exploring marginal aspects of mythology. When not researching or writing, she is either drinking tea, baking cakes, or singing to the houseplants.

  5. Alex Evans is a French author who juggles with an absorbing job, a lively family and the art of writing. She is found of travels, folklore and hates clichés.

  6. algae is a senior Texas A&M University and is currently writing creative thesis about Mexican-American experiences in the Rio Grande Valley. The submitted pieces are both excerpts of this growing anthology and have specifically geographic connections to her hometown, Roma, Texas. algae’s “They Love When I Speak Spanish (Aman cuando hablo español)” was recently published in The Eckleburg Project’s thirteenth edition.

  7. Amanda Dawson is a writer from Saskatchewan, Canada. She’s had her fiction published in The Molotov Cocktail, Drunk Monkeys, and Reflex Fiction, among others. When she is not writing, she can be found stargazing or searching for doors to other worlds.

  8. Amanda Huggins is the award-winning author of the forthcoming novella All Our Squandered Beauty, as well as four collections of short fiction and poetry. Her travel writing, fiction and poetry have been widely published in anthologies, textbooks and travel guides, as well as newspapers and magazines. Her short stories have also been broadcast on BBC radio. She has won a number of awards for her travel writing, most notably the BGTW New Travel Writer of the Year in 2014, and has been shortlisted and placed in numerous short story and poetry competitions including Bridport and Fish. In 2018 she was a runner-up in the Costa Short Story Award and her prize-winning story ‘Red’ features in her latest collection, Scratched Enamel Heart. In 2019 her novella, All Our Squandered Beauty, was shortlisted in the Best Opening Chapter Competition at York Festival of Writing and this year she won the Colm Toibin International Short Story Award, was included in the BIFFY50 list of Best British and Irish Flash Fiction 2019-20, and her poetry chapbook, The Collective Nouns for Birds won the Saboteur Award for Best Poetry Pamphlet. Amanda grew up on the North Yorkshire coast, moved to London in the 1990s, and now lives in West Yorkshire. She worked in engineering for twenty years and is now a freelance editor and creative writing tutor.

  9. Andrin Albrecht was born in 1995 in Switzerland, grew up speaking German, and later learned (and became infatuated with) English in school. He has since studied literature and creative writing in Zurich, Colorado, and Singapore, and is currently pursuing a PhD in Jena, Germany. His stories have appeared in Rougarou, The Foundationalist, and Not One of Us, among others. In whatever time he has left outside of writing, researching, and reading as much as he can, Andrin Albrecht plays electric guitar in the German alternative rock band TRACK 4.

  10. Andy Lavender is from Plymouth, Devon. He works with his wife in an Earth Observation Business and writes short stories, flash fiction and the occasional poem. His writing has been published in The Airgonaut, Spelk, Visual Verse, Paragraph Planet, and various Flash Fiction Anthologies.