1. 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.

  2. Audrey Burges writes in Richmond, Virginia, and her work has appeared or is forthcoming in McSweeney's, Pithead Chapel, Cease, Cows, Into the Void, the Belladonna, and other outlets.

  3. Avra Margariti is a queer Social Work undergrad from Greece. She enjoys storytelling in all its forms and writes about diverse identities and experiences. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Vastarien, Asimov’s, Liminality, Arsenika, and other venues.

  4. Ayesha writes reviews, short stories, plays, poetry, and essays. Her work has been staged and published widely. She’s from Karachi and lives in London.

  5. Ayuna Imura is a German-based queer Japanese-Italian writer. Growing up between natal Frankfurt and London and back again, she has cultivated a considerable knack for languages while also treasuring the unique blend of East and West in her heritage. When she's not chasing obscure story kernels down the rabbit hole of Japanese history or decoding the secrets of Chinese ideograms, she can be found on her balcony with ryokucha and red bean cakes as she works on her next story.

  6. Batnadiv HaKarmi is an American-born poet and painter living in Jerusalem. A graduate of the Shaindy Rudoff Graduate Program in Creative Writing at Bar Ilan University, her work has been published in Poet Lore, Poetry International, Ilanot Review, Fragmented Voices, and New Flash Fiction Review . She is the recipient of the Andrea Moria Prize for Poetry, and was shortlisted for the Bridport Prize for Flash Fiction.

  7. Bayveen O'Connell is based in Dublin and is inspired by travel, history, myth, and folklore. Her writing has appeared in Nightingale & Sparrow, Ravens in the Attic, Former Cactus, Underground Writers, Ellipsis Zine, Flash Fiction Day Flood and others.

  8. Belicia Rhea was born under a waning crescent moon in the Sonoran Desert. You can find more of her work published in or forthcoming from Nightmare Magazine, Gwyllion, and Ghost Orchid Press, among other places.

  9. Amateur writer from London. Likes birds, cricket, and Twitter.

  10. Bill Cox was born and bred in ‘the Granite City’ of Aberdeen, Scotland and he currently lives there with his partner Hilary and their grown-up baby daughter Catherine. Bill enjoyed creative writing when at school, but as the cliché goes, life got in the way and it was only in his forties, after taking an online course, that he returned to his teenage passion. He now writes for the sheer enjoyment of it, which is just as well as no-one seems willing to pay him to do it. He dabbles mainly in poetry and short fiction as he hasn’t built up the stamina yet to write anything longer. One day, though, he plans to gather his strength and write a book that will set the publishing world alight. In the meantime, he satisfies himself with composing bawdy limericks in his head.