1. Chris Bullard lives in Philadelphia, PA. He received his B.A. in English from the University of Pennsylvania and his M.F.A. from Wilkes University. Finishing Line Press published his poetry chapbook, Leviathan, in 2016 and Kattywompus Press published High Pulp, a collection of his flash fiction, in 2017. His work has appeared in recent issues of Nimrod, Muse/A Journal, The Woven Tale, Red Coyote, Cutthroat and The Offbeat.

  2. David works for the NHS in England as a clinical IT systems programme manager. He is based in Reading, he has 5 children and 6 grandchildren, so it is a wonder where he gets the time to write, but write he does. His first novel, The Oui Trip, a dark comedy about death, drugs and rekindling love, set against the backdrop of a road-trip in France, has received many good reviews. When David isn't writing he rides his Harley, reads (a lot) and enjoys listen to, and playing, music.

  3. Donna L Greenwood lives in Lancashire, England. She writes flash fiction, short stories and poetry. She has recently won several writing competitions including Molotov Cocktail’s ‘Flash Legend’ and the 2019 STORGY flash fiction competition. You can find examples of her work in The Airgonaut, Cadaverous magazine and The Corona Book of Ghost Stories.

  4. Éiméar Connolly is a poet, writer and scientist from Dublin. Her poetry has previously been published in "Skylight 47".

  5. Ellen Dooling Reynard spent her childhood on a cattle ranch in Jackson, Montana. Raised on myths and fairy tales, the sense of wonder has never left her. A one-time editor of Parabola Magazine, and co-editor of A Lively Oracle: A Centennial Celebration of P.L. Travers, Creator of Mary Poppins (Paul Brunton Philosophic Foundation, 1999), she is now retired and lives in Nevada City, California where she writes fiction and poetry.

  6. Emma K. Leadley is a UK-based writer, creative geek, and devourer of words, images and ideas. She began writing both fiction and creative non-fiction as an outlet for her busy brain, and quickly realised scrawling words on a page is wired into her DNA.

  7. Grove Koger is the author of When the Going Was Good: A Guide to the 99 Best Narratives of Travel, Exploration, and Adventure (Scarecrow Press, 2002) and Assistant Editor of Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal. He has written extensively on art, history, literature, and travel, and has published fiction in such periodicals as Prometheus Dreaming, Danse Macabre, Punt Volat, The Bosphorus Review of Books, and La Piccioletta Barca.

  8. Jason E. Maddux is an aviation attorney, who uses writing speculative fiction and children's stories as a creative outlet each night once his two daughters are in bed. After spending his youth moving around the southeastern United States, he now resides in northern Virginia.

  9. Karen Schauber is a Flash Fiction writer obsessed with the form. Her work appears in 35 international literary magazines and anthologies, including Brilliant Flash Fiction, Bending Genres, Carpe Arte, Ekphrastic Review, Ellipsis Zine, and Fiction Southeast. The Group of Seven Reimagined: Contemporary Stories Inspired by Historic Canadian Paintings (Heritage, 2019), celebrating the Canadian modernist landscape painters, is her first editorial/curatorial flash fiction anthology. Schauber runs ‘Vancouver Flash Fiction’, a flash fiction Resource Hub and Critique Circle, and in her spare time, is a seasoned Family Therapist. A native of Montreal, she has happily called Vancouver home for the past three decades.

  10. Katherine Rawson's work has appeared in Flash Fiction Magazine, Months to Years, Little Somethings, and Portland Magazine. She has also published numerous books for children.