Fiction

Beth Gilstrap

Beth Gilstrap

Beth Gilstrap is an upcoming writer-in-residence at Shotpouch Cabin with the Spring Creek Project for ideas, nature, and the written word at Oregon State University. She earned her MFA from Chatham University. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Blue Fifth Review, The Minnesota Review, Noctua Review, and Knee-Jerk Magazine, among others.

Beth Gilstrap

Beth Gilstrap

Beth Gilstrap is an upcoming writer-in-residence at Shotpouch Cabin with the Spring Creek Project for ideas, nature, and the written word at Oregon State University. She earned her MFA from Chatham University. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Blue Fifth Review, The Minnesota Review, Noctua Review, and Knee-Jerk Magazine, among others.

Beth
Gilstrap

Dina Guidubaldi

Dina Guidubaldi

Dina Guidubaldi is a graduate of Texas State's MFA program. She lives in Austin, Texas. Her fiction has been published in several magazines including Other Voices, the Santa Monica Review, Ninth Letter, and Prairie Schooner. She was an editor and reader for American Short Fiction and Callaloo, as well as a columnist for the Austin-American Statesman.

Dina Guidubaldi

Dina Guidubaldi

Dina Guidubaldi is a graduate of Texas State's MFA program. She lives in Austin, Texas. Her fiction has been published in several magazines including Other Voices, the Santa Monica Review, Ninth Letter, and Prairie Schooner. She was an editor and reader for American Short Fiction and Callaloo, as well as a columnist for the Austin-American Statesman.

Dina
Guidubaldi

George Michelsen Foy

George Michelsen Foy

George Michelsen Foy is the author of twelve published novels. His latest is Mettle (University Press of New England). He was awarded a National Endowment for the Arts fellowship in fiction. His articles and stories have appeared in Rolling Stone, Harper's Magazine, and The New York Times, and his cartoons in the International Herald Tribune and on the NPR website. He has worked as tunnel laborer, commercial fisherman, and chief cream-pastry transporter in a cookie factory. He was educated at the University of Paris, London School of Economics and Political Science, and Bennington College. He teaches creative writing at NYU.

George Michelsen Foy

George Michelsen Foy

George Michelsen Foy is the author of twelve published novels. His latest is Mettle (University Press of New England). He was awarded a National Endowment for the Arts fellowship in fiction. His articles and stories have appeared in Rolling Stone, Harper's Magazine, and The New York Times, and his cartoons in the International Herald Tribune and on the NPR website. He has worked as tunnel laborer, commercial fisherman, and chief cream-pastry transporter in a cookie factory. He was educated at the University of Paris, London School of Economics and Political Science, and Bennington College. He teaches creative writing at NYU.

George Michelsen
Foy

Jacob M. Appel

Jacob M. Appel

Jacob M. Appel is the author of the novel, The Man Who Wouldn't Stand Up, and the forthcoming short story collection, Scouting for the Reaper. Jacob's fiction has appeared in over two hundred literary journals, most recently including Sonora Review, Pleiades and Subtropics. He practices medicine at the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City and teaches at the Gotham Writers' Workshop.

Jacob M. Appel

Jacob M. Appel

Jacob M. Appel is the author of the novel, The Man Who Wouldn't Stand Up, and the forthcoming short story collection, Scouting for the Reaper. Jacob's fiction has appeared in over two hundred literary journals, most recently including Sonora Review, Pleiades and Subtropics. He practices medicine at the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City and teaches at the Gotham Writers' Workshop.

Jacob M.
Appel

Kathryn Kulpa

Kathryn Kulpa

Kathryn Kulpa is a fiction writer whose stories have been published in Artful Dodge, Hayden's Ferry Review, Monkeybicycle, Northville Review, Thumbnail and other journals. She received the Mid-List Press First Series Award for her short fiction collection Pleasant Drugs and has also been honored by the Florida Review Editor's Award, the Louise E. Reynolds Memorial Fiction Award, a supplementary award in the Bridport Prize competition, and several nominations for the Pushcart Prize. Kathryn is a writing teacher, librarian, and editor of Newport Review, an online journal. In her spare time, she fosters kittens.

Kathryn Kulpa

Kathryn Kulpa

Kathryn Kulpa is a fiction writer whose stories have been published in Artful Dodge, Hayden's Ferry Review, Monkeybicycle, Northville Review, Thumbnail and other journals. She received the Mid-List Press First Series Award for her short fiction collection Pleasant Drugs and has also been honored by the Florida Review Editor's Award, the Louise E. Reynolds Memorial Fiction Award, a supplementary award in the Bridport Prize competition, and several nominations for the Pushcart Prize. Kathryn is a writing teacher, librarian, and editor of Newport Review, an online journal. In her spare time, she fosters kittens.

Kathryn
Kulpa

Kendall Pack

Kendall Pack

Kendall Pack is a senior majoring in literary studies at Utah State University. This is his first published work.

Kendall Pack

Kendall Pack

Kendall Pack is a senior majoring in literary studies at Utah State University. This is his first published work.

Kendall
Pack

Lori White

Lori White

Lori White's latest stories will be published this spring at The Journal Online and Camroc Press Review. Other stories have appeared in Kenyon Review Online, The Kenyon Review anthology Readings for Writers, apt, and Necessary Fiction. She teaches English at Los Angeles Pierce College.

Lori White

Lori White

Lori White's latest stories will be published this spring at The Journal Online and Camroc Press Review. Other stories have appeared in Kenyon Review Online, The Kenyon Review anthology Readings for Writers, apt, and Necessary Fiction. She teaches English at Los Angeles Pierce College.

Lori
White

Marc Hudson

Marc Hudson

Marc Hudson's stories have appeared in The Seattle Review, Qarrtsiluni, Echo Ink Review, Hot Metal Bridge and The Baltimore Review. His work has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize.

Marc Hudson

Marc Hudson

Marc Hudson's stories have appeared in The Seattle Review, Qarrtsiluni, Echo Ink Review, Hot Metal Bridge and The Baltimore Review. His work has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize.

Marc
Hudson

Martin Ott

Martin Ott

A former U.S Army interrogator, Martin Ott currently lives in Los Angles, where he writes fiction and poetry, often about his misunderstood city. He is the author of the novel Interrogator's Notebook, Story Merchant Books. He has also written 3 books of poetry: Underdays, Notre Dame University Press (to be published in 2015), Captive, De Novo Prize winner, C&R Press, and Poets' Guide to America, co-written with John F. Buckley. His Writeliving blog -writeliving.wordpress.com- has thousands of readers in more than 75 countries.

Martin Ott

Martin Ott

A former U.S Army interrogator, Martin Ott currently lives in Los Angles, where he writes fiction and poetry, often about his misunderstood city. He is the author of the novel Interrogator's Notebook, Story Merchant Books. He has also written 3 books of poetry: Underdays, Notre Dame University Press (to be published in 2015), Captive, De Novo Prize winner, C&R Press, and Poets' Guide to America, co-written with John F. Buckley. His Writeliving blog -writeliving.wordpress.com- has thousands of readers in more than 75 countries.

Martin
Ott

Ryan Mattern

Ryan Mattern

Ryan Mattern is an M.A. student in the Creative Writing Program at UC Davis. He is the recipient of the Felix Valdez Award for short fiction. His work has appeared in Badlands, The Red Wheelbarrow, Criminal Class Review, THE2NDHAND, and Poetry Quarterly, among others. He is a member of poetrIE, a reading series dedicated to showcasing the literary voices of California's Inland Empire. He lives and writes in Northern California. Photo by Caitlyn Fairfax.

Ryan Mattern

Ryan Mattern

Ryan Mattern is an M.A. student in the Creative Writing Program at UC Davis. He is the recipient of the Felix Valdez Award for short fiction. His work has appeared in Badlands, The Red Wheelbarrow, Criminal Class Review, THE2NDHAND, and Poetry Quarterly, among others. He is a member of poetrIE, a reading series dedicated to showcasing the literary voices of California's Inland Empire. He lives and writes in Northern California. Photo by Caitlyn Fairfax.

Ryan
Mattern