Authors

  1. My name is Michael Casey and I am a 38 year old author from Melbourne, Australia. I am a freelance content writer and I have written articles for pop culture sites such as Cracked.com, Nerdbot, and Poplurker. I recently had a short story published through Ash tales.


  2. William Lewis began writing flash fiction two years ago. He enjoys the economy and possibilities of the short form. He particularly enjoys reading his stories aloud. He has recently read some of his stories on a Gloucestershire local radio station, and for a storytelling group.


  3. 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.


  4. 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.


  5. 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.


  6. Anne started writing flash fiction in 2019 and relishes the challenge of writing very short stories. Her stories have appeared in print and online, most recently at Retreat West, Flash 500, Reflex Fiction, Flash Fiction Magazine, National Flash Fiction Day, Lunate, Strands International and Bath Flash Fiction Anthology 2020.


  7. My life as a writer began when my husband and I decided to spend a year in Italy. I kept a journal which was later published as Ciao, Napoli. A Scrapbook of Wandering in Naples. I have compiled a book of short stories, titled Siren Shore inspired by our experiences in Italy. My work has appeared on Ovunque Siamo and Foxglove Journal. I am an active member of the New York Writers’ Coalition and of the Italian American Writers’ Association. I hold a bachelor’s degree in Romance Languages and have also been involved in community theater.


  8. Writer of stories with an archaic nature and obscure structuring. Often primarily thematic instead of character/plot driven, and other times more simplistic and enjoyable. Albanian from Kosovo, a lover of old myths and legends, and an explorer of relations between differing deities.


  9. An engineering student by day and writer by night, Ash enjoys travelling and learning about the history of places. Sometimes they discover new things along the way, usually when they least expect it.


  10. Ashley N.E. Murphy is a reader, hiker, Girl Scout, and John Belushi superfan. She earned a PhD in Linguistics from Ball State University in 2012. After defending her dissertation, she moved to South Korea. She now lives in the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania with her husband, daughter, cats, a gecko, and a very tame ball python. She teaches English and administrates at Lehigh University.