Fiction

Allyson Stack

Allyson Stack

Allyson Stack's work has appeared in numerous journals in the United States and Britain, including Edinburgh Review, Sonora Review, Hayden's Ferry Review, Natural Bridge, Ecloga, and Theory, Culture, and Society. Her fiction has also been featured on National Public Radio and on Britain's fourthirtythree AudioMagazine. Her first novel, Star Mansion, is a work of historical fiction set in the American southwest and in France. She is currently Lecturer of English Literature at the University of Edinburgh.

Allyson Stack

Allyson Stack

Allyson Stack's work has appeared in numerous journals in the United States and Britain, including Edinburgh Review, Sonora Review, Hayden's Ferry Review, Natural Bridge, Ecloga, and Theory, Culture, and Society. Her fiction has also been featured on National Public Radio and on Britain's fourthirtythree AudioMagazine. Her first novel, Star Mansion, is a work of historical fiction set in the American southwest and in France. She is currently Lecturer of English Literature at the University of Edinburgh.

Allyson
Stack

Connor Syrewicz

Connor Syrewicz

Connor Syrewicz's work has appeared in Reed Magazine as well as a number of print and internet publications located in the greater Binghamton and Hudson Valley areas. He was raised on Long Island and is currently studying literary theory and creative writing as an undergraduate at Binghamton University.

Connor Syrewicz

Connor Syrewicz

Connor Syrewicz's work has appeared in Reed Magazine as well as a number of print and internet publications located in the greater Binghamton and Hudson Valley areas. He was raised on Long Island and is currently studying literary theory and creative writing as an undergraduate at Binghamton University.

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Syrewicz

Courtney Elizabeth Mauk

Courtney Elizabeth Mauk

Courtney Elizabeth Mauk's debut novel, Spark, will be published by Engine Books in September 2012. Her work has appeared in The Literary Review, PANK, Word Riot, Joyland, and Wigleaf, among other publications. She has an MFA in Fiction from Columbia University and has taught at the New School and College of Staten Island, CUNY. Courtney is an assistant editor at Barrelhouse Magazine and lives in Manhattan with her fiancé.

Courtney Elizabeth Mauk

Courtney Elizabeth Mauk

Courtney Elizabeth Mauk's debut novel, Spark, will be published by Engine Books in September 2012. Her work has appeared in The Literary Review, PANK, Word Riot, Joyland, and Wigleaf, among other publications. She has an MFA in Fiction from Columbia University and has taught at the New School and College of Staten Island, CUNY. Courtney is an assistant editor at Barrelhouse Magazine and lives in Manhattan with her fiancé.

Courtney Elizabeth
Mauk

Elizabeth Rollins

Elizabeth Rollins

Elizabeth Frankie Rollins has published work in Drunken Boat, Conjunctions, Green Mountains Review, Trickhouse, The New England Review, and The Cincinnati Review, among others. Author of The Sin Eater, Corvid Press, she's previously received a New Jersey Prose Fellowship and a Special Mention in the Pushcart Prize Anthology. She teaches writing at the Pima Community College and the University of Arizona Poetry Center. She is on the board of the non-profit writing center, Casa Libre en la Solana.

Elizabeth Rollins

Elizabeth Rollins

Elizabeth Frankie Rollins has published work in Drunken Boat, Conjunctions, Green Mountains Review, Trickhouse, The New England Review, and The Cincinnati Review, among others. Author of The Sin Eater, Corvid Press, she's previously received a New Jersey Prose Fellowship and a Special Mention in the Pushcart Prize Anthology. She teaches writing at the Pima Community College and the University of Arizona Poetry Center. She is on the board of the non-profit writing center, Casa Libre en la Solana.

Elizabeth
Rollins

Gregory J. Wolos

Gregory J. Wolos

Gregory J. Wolos lives in upstate New York on the bank of the Mohawk River. His short fiction has recently appeared or is forthcoming in Post Road, Silk Road Review, A-Minor Magazine, JMWW, Yemassee, The Baltimore Review, The Madison Review, The Los Angeles Review, PANK, A cappella Zoo, Jersey Devil Press, and many other journals and anthologies. His stories have earned three Pushcart Prize nominations, and his latest collection was named a finalist for the 2012 Flannery O’Connor Short Fiction Award.

Gregory J. Wolos

Gregory J. Wolos

Gregory J. Wolos lives in upstate New York on the bank of the Mohawk River. His short fiction has recently appeared or is forthcoming in Post Road, Silk Road Review, A-Minor Magazine, JMWW, Yemassee, The Baltimore Review, The Madison Review, The Los Angeles Review, PANK, A cappella Zoo, Jersey Devil Press, and many other journals and anthologies. His stories have earned three Pushcart Prize nominations, and his latest collection was named a finalist for the 2012 Flannery O’Connor Short Fiction Award.

Gregory J.
Wolos

H. Lee Barnes

H. Lee Barnes

H. Lee Barnes served in Vietnam as member of the U.S. Army's Special Forces and moved to Nevada after his discharge. His published books include three collections of short stories, a novel, and Dummy Up and Deal, a nonfiction narrative that examines the working lives of casino dealers. His novel, The Lucky, depicts the changing aspects of the modern West and features the character Willy Bobbins who reflects the maverick spirit of the independent casino owners who pioneered legitimate gambling. He lives in Las Vegas and teaches in the English Department of the College of Southern Nevada.

H. Lee Barnes

H. Lee Barnes

H. Lee Barnes served in Vietnam as member of the U.S. Army's Special Forces and moved to Nevada after his discharge. His published books include three collections of short stories, a novel, and Dummy Up and Deal, a nonfiction narrative that examines the working lives of casino dealers. His novel, The Lucky, depicts the changing aspects of the modern West and features the character Willy Bobbins who reflects the maverick spirit of the independent casino owners who pioneered legitimate gambling. He lives in Las Vegas and teaches in the English Department of the College of Southern Nevada.

H. Lee
Barnes

Laura Breitenbeck

Laura Breitenbeck

Laura Breitenbeck is a graduate of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas MFA program and Assistant Program Coordinator for the Dzanc Books/CNC DISQUIET International Literary Program in Lisbon. Her short fiction has also appeared in The Blotter.

Laura Breitenbeck

Laura Breitenbeck

Laura Breitenbeck is a graduate of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas MFA program and Assistant Program Coordinator for the Dzanc Books/CNC DISQUIET International Literary Program in Lisbon. Her short fiction has also appeared in The Blotter.

Laura
Breitenbeck

Laurie Blauner

Laurie Blauner

Laurie Blauner is the author of four novels and seven books of poetry. Her latest novel, called The Solace of Monsters, won the Leapfrog Fiction contest, was a finalist for the 2017 Washington State Book Award in Fiction, and was included in a list of best 2016 Indie books from Bookriot. Her essays have appeared in PANK, december, and Your Impossible Voice among other places. This essay is from a manuscript of essays titled I Was One of My Memories.

Laurie Blauner

Laurie Blauner

Laurie Blauner is the author of four novels and seven books of poetry. Her latest novel, called The Solace of Monsters, won the Leapfrog Fiction contest, was a finalist for the 2017 Washington State Book Award in Fiction, and was included in a list of best 2016 Indie books from Bookriot. Her essays have appeared in PANK, december, and Your Impossible Voice among other places. This essay is from a manuscript of essays titled I Was One of My Memories.

Laurie
Blauner

Nick Taylor

Nick Taylor

Nick Taylor is the author of the novel The Disagreement (Simon & Schuster, 2008), which won the 2009 Michael Shaara Prize for Civil War Fiction. In 2011 he was a Fulbright-Nehru Scholar in Hyderabad, India. He teaches in the creative writing program at San Jose State University.

Nick Taylor

Nick Taylor

Nick Taylor is the author of the novel The Disagreement (Simon & Schuster, 2008), which won the 2009 Michael Shaara Prize for Civil War Fiction. In 2011 he was a Fulbright-Nehru Scholar in Hyderabad, India. He teaches in the creative writing program at San Jose State University.

Nick
Taylor

Tyler Sage

Tyler Sage

Tyler Sage was raised in Colorado, and currently lives and teaches in Baltimore. Among other places, his work has appeared in Story Quarterly, PANK, and The Portland Review.

Tyler Sage

Tyler Sage

Tyler Sage was raised in Colorado, and currently lives and teaches in Baltimore. Among other places, his work has appeared in Story Quarterly, PANK, and The Portland Review.

Tyler
Sage