fiction

C.A. Schaefer

C.A. Schaefer

C.A. Schaefer is a writer and teacher of writing in Salt Lake City. She holds a PhD from the University of Utah, where she was a managing editor of Quarterly West. Her work has appeared in or is forthcoming from Indiana Review, Phantom Drift, Passages North, and elsewhere. 

C.A. Schaefer

C.A. Schaefer

C.A. Schaefer is a writer and teacher of writing in Salt Lake City. She holds a PhD from the University of Utah, where she was a managing editor of Quarterly West. Her work has appeared in or is forthcoming from Indiana Review, Phantom Drift, Passages North, and elsewhere. 

C.A.
Schaefer

Jonathan Duckworth

Jonathan Duckworth

Jonathan Louis Duckworth received his MFA from Florida International University. His fiction, poetry, and non-fiction appears in or is forthcoming in New Ohio Review, Fourteen Hills, PANK Magazine, Tupelo Quarterly, Jabberwock Review, Superstition Review, and elsewhere.

Jonathan Duckworth

Jonathan Duckworth

Jonathan Louis Duckworth received his MFA from Florida International University. His fiction, poetry, and non-fiction appears in or is forthcoming in New Ohio Review, Fourteen Hills, PANK Magazine, Tupelo Quarterly, Jabberwock Review, Superstition Review, and elsewhere.

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Duckworth

Josef Kuhn

Josef Kuhn

Josef Kuhn is the fiction editor for Phoebe, an editor for Rough Beast, and an MFA candidate at George Mason University, where he also teaches. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in the Columbia ReviewBlinders Journal, and elsewhere. Prior to graduate school, he worked in journalism and media at National Journal, NPR, and Religion News Service.

Josef Kuhn

Josef Kuhn

Josef Kuhn is the fiction editor for Phoebe, an editor for Rough Beast, and an MFA candidate at George Mason University, where he also teaches. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in the Columbia ReviewBlinders Journal, and elsewhere. Prior to graduate school, he worked in journalism and media at National Journal, NPR, and Religion News Service.

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Kuhn

Karin Rosman

Karin Rosman

K. R. Rosman’s stories have been published Foxing Quarterly, Adirondack Review, Platte Valley Review, Raven Chronicles, Corium, and others. She is an educator, and a graduate of the University of Montana. She holds an MFA from Rainier Writing Workshop at Pacific Lutheran University.

Karin Rosman

Karin Rosman

K. R. Rosman’s stories have been published Foxing Quarterly, Adirondack Review, Platte Valley Review, Raven Chronicles, Corium, and others. She is an educator, and a graduate of the University of Montana. She holds an MFA from Rainier Writing Workshop at Pacific Lutheran University.

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Rosman

Kaylee Duff

Kaylee Duff

Kaylee Duff is a senior at Bowling Green State University, where she is currently pursuing a BFA in Creative Writing. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in several journals, including PamplemousseGertrude, and Catfish Creek.

Kaylee Duff

Kaylee Duff

Kaylee Duff is a senior at Bowling Green State University, where she is currently pursuing a BFA in Creative Writing. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in several journals, including PamplemousseGertrude, and Catfish Creek.

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Duff

Kim Magowan

Kim Magowan

Kim Magowan lives in San Francisco and teaches in the Department of Literatures and Languages at Mills College. Her short story collection Undoing won the 2017 Moon City Press Fiction Award and is forthcoming in 2018. Her novel The Light Source is forthcoming from 7.13 Books. Her fiction is published or forthcoming in Atticus Review, Bird's Thumb, Cleaver, The Gettysburg Review, Hobart, New World Writing, Sixfold, Word Riot, and many other journals. "Counterbalances" is a collaborative work with Michelle Ross.

Kim Magowan

Kim Magowan

Kim Magowan lives in San Francisco and teaches in the Department of Literatures and Languages at Mills College. Her short story collection Undoing won the 2017 Moon City Press Fiction Award and is forthcoming in 2018. Her novel The Light Source is forthcoming from 7.13 Books. Her fiction is published or forthcoming in Atticus Review, Bird's Thumb, Cleaver, The Gettysburg Review, Hobart, New World Writing, Sixfold, Word Riot, and many other journals. "Counterbalances" is a collaborative work with Michelle Ross.

Kim
Magowan

Leslie Johnson

Leslie Johnson

Leslie Johnson’s fiction has been broadcast on NPR and published in literary journals such as Threepenny Review, Glimmer Train, december, Cimarron ReviewThird Coast, and Colorado Review. Her work was selected for the 2017 Pushcart Prize and will appear in the Pushcart Press anthology Love Stories for Turbulent Times. She teaches at the University of Hartford and leads workshops for the CT Office of the Arts. 

Leslie Johnson

Leslie Johnson

Leslie Johnson’s fiction has been broadcast on NPR and published in literary journals such as Threepenny Review, Glimmer Train, december, Cimarron ReviewThird Coast, and Colorado Review. Her work was selected for the 2017 Pushcart Prize and will appear in the Pushcart Press anthology Love Stories for Turbulent Times. She teaches at the University of Hartford and leads workshops for the CT Office of the Arts. 

Leslie
Johnson

Michelle Ross

Michelle Ross

Michelle Ross is the author of There’s So Much They Haven’t Told You, which won the 2016 Moon City Press Short Fiction Award (MCP 2017). Her work has recently appeared in Cream City Review, The Forge, Monkeybicycle, TriQuarterly, and other venues. She is fiction editor of Atticus Review and a consulting editor for the 2018 Best Small Fictions anthology. She lives in Tucson, Arizona. "Counterbalances" is a collaborative work with Kim Magowan.

Michelle Ross

Michelle Ross

Michelle Ross is the author of There’s So Much They Haven’t Told You, which won the 2016 Moon City Press Short Fiction Award (MCP 2017). Her work has recently appeared in Cream City Review, The Forge, Monkeybicycle, TriQuarterly, and other venues. She is fiction editor of Atticus Review and a consulting editor for the 2018 Best Small Fictions anthology. She lives in Tucson, Arizona. "Counterbalances" is a collaborative work with Kim Magowan.

Michelle
Ross

Molly Giles

Molly Giles

Molly Giles is the author of four prize winning collections of stories and a novel. She recently retired from teaching in the MFA Program at the University of Arkansas and lives in West Marin.

Molly Giles

Molly Giles

Molly Giles is the author of four prize winning collections of stories and a novel. She recently retired from teaching in the MFA Program at the University of Arkansas and lives in West Marin.

Molly
Giles

Peter Makuck

Peter Makuck

Peter Makuck’s fourth collection of short stories, Wins and Losses, was published in 2016 by Syracuse University Press. An earlier collection, Costly Habits, was nominated for the Pen/Faulkner Award. He has three times received honorable mention in Best American Short Stories. One of his stories, "Filling The Igloo," was included for The Best of the Southern Review. His poems and stories, essays and reviews have appeared in The Gettysburg Review, The Hudson Review, Cimmaron Review, Yale Review, and others. He is Distinguished Professor emeritus from East Carolina University where he founded and edited Tar River Poetry from 1978 to 2006.

Peter Makuck

Peter Makuck

Peter Makuck’s fourth collection of short stories, Wins and Losses, was published in 2016 by Syracuse University Press. An earlier collection, Costly Habits, was nominated for the Pen/Faulkner Award. He has three times received honorable mention in Best American Short Stories. One of his stories, "Filling The Igloo," was included for The Best of the Southern Review. His poems and stories, essays and reviews have appeared in The Gettysburg Review, The Hudson Review, Cimmaron Review, Yale Review, and others. He is Distinguished Professor emeritus from East Carolina University where he founded and edited Tar River Poetry from 1978 to 2006.

Peter
Makuck

Zach Lisabeth

Zach Lisabeth

Zach Lisabeth is a graduate of the 2014 Clarion Writers Workshop at UCSD and a current MFA candidate at Iowa State University where he teaches composition and rhetoric. He is a former media strategist and the current managing editor of Flyway: Journal of Writing and Environment. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Defenestration, Liquid ImaginationFreeze Frame FictionFantasy Scroll MagazineMirror Dance, Pantheon Magazine, Burningword Literary Journal and others.

Zach Lisabeth

Zach Lisabeth

Zach Lisabeth is a graduate of the 2014 Clarion Writers Workshop at UCSD and a current MFA candidate at Iowa State University where he teaches composition and rhetoric. He is a former media strategist and the current managing editor of Flyway: Journal of Writing and Environment. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Defenestration, Liquid ImaginationFreeze Frame FictionFantasy Scroll MagazineMirror Dance, Pantheon Magazine, Burningword Literary Journal and others.

Zach
Lisabeth