1. 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.

  2. Dr. Duru Gungor is a professor of English and liberal arts in London, Canada. This, of course, is the cunning disguise of a nocturnal beast against her natural predators. Left at peace, she dabbles in writing, aikido, and ink wash painting. Her artwork is published in the Glenwillow Farm visual art project at BlankSpace Publications (Canada), while her recent short stories appear in Spadina Literary Review (Canada) and Leviathan (the U.S.).

  3. Edith Knight Magak is a Kenyan writer living in Nairobi. She majorly writes on historical fiction/nonfiction. She has been published in several magazines like Brittle Paper, Jalada, Kikwetu Journal, Pure slush, Six Hens, among many others. In 2018, she was longlisted for the commonwealth writers award in 2019 she won the Bliss short story award

  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. Ellen Huang's fairy tale work has appeared in Moonchild Magazine, Three Drops from a Cauldron, Gingerbread House, briars lit, Prismatica, Grimoire, Royal Rose, Bleached Butterfly, Quail Bell Magazine, Enchanted Conversation, Awkward Mermaid, and The Folks, among others. She holds a BA in Writing & a minor in Theatre from Point Loma Nazarene University. In her college career she was the Managing Editor of Whale Road Review, where she now continues to assist as Peer Reviewer. She also writes devotionals for Diverging Magazine, directs her own human skits, and runs a fantasy-inspired blog where she talks about films she feels on a spiritual level.

  7. Francis Long is a writer and musician. A member of the Waterford Writers group he had two stories featured in their debut Anthology in 2019.

  8. 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.

  9. 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.

  10. Jen Mierisch draws inspiration from science fiction, ghost stories, and the wacky idiosyncrasies of human nature. Her work has appeared in 50-Word Stories, Sammiches & Psych Meds, Potato Soup Journal, and elsewhere. She lives, works, and writes just outside Chicago, Illinois.