Ben Segal

Ben Segal is the author of 78 Stories (No Record Press) and co-editor of the anthology The Official Catalog of the Library of Potential Literature (Cow Heavy Books). His chapbooks Science Fiction Pornography and Weather Days were published by Publishing Genius and Mud Luscious Press, respectively, and his short fiction has been published by and/or is forthcoming from (among others) Tarpaulin Sky, elimae, and Gigantic.

Colin Winnette

Colin Winnette lives in Chicao, Texas, Vermont and between. His work has or will appear in American Short Fiction, HTMLgiant, Necessary Fiction, PANK Magazine, Everyday Genius, The Ampersand Review, Fractured West, The Walrus, Blue Fifth Review, Beecher’s Magazine, the North Texas Review, the Tex Gallery Review, the Denton Scramble, and online at

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He is currently a MFAW student at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and an editor for Dear Navigator. He received his BA from Sarah Lawrence College in 2007. Since then, he has attended the Breadloaf Writer’s Conference in Middlebury, Vermont, been awarded a one-month residency at the Vermont Studio Center, and studied poetry and fiction at the University of North Texas. He is currently the co-curator/coordinator of a collective art space in Denton, TX: Tex Gallery. He also edits/designs the Tex Gallery Review, a monthly literary publication featuring the work of contributing Tex Gallery poets and writers.

Ever Saskya

Ever Saskya writes poetry and visual sound poems with sound waves. She is the poetry editor for Dante’s Heart. A graduate of the University of Denver’s doctoral writing program, she is the author of The Porch is a Journey Different from the House. She lives in Denver, Colorado with four puppets.

Jacqueline Doyle

Jacqueline Doyle’s creative nonfiction and flash fiction have recently appeared in elimae, Monkeybicycle, Flashquake, Glossolalia, blossombones, OnePageStories, Staccato Fiction, River Poets Journal, DOGZPLOT, LITnIMAGE, Thumbnail, Pear Noir! and numerous other journals. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she teaches at California State University, East Bay.

Lauren Capriotti

Lauren Capriotti is a student at California State University East Bay currently working on a degree in English.

Mickey Hess

Mickey Hess and his three grandsons believe right is right.

Neeli Cherkovski

Neeli Cherkovski is completing a new collection of poems (RL Crow, 2008) and a memoir, AMONG OTHERS: A POET’S LIFE. He is a recipient of the PEN Josephine Miles Award for Excellence in Literature.

Patrick Samuel

Patrick Samuel lives and writes in Michigan.  He loves tacos.  His work has appeared in elimae.

Peter Ramon

Peter Ramon was born in Brooklyn and has been writing poetry since the sixties.  He now lives in Austin, TX, where the girls are pretty.  Much of his past work is archived at  The Shadow Box was composed by appropriating text from a local newspaper article.

Sandra Simonds

Sandra Simonds is a PhD student at Florida State University. Her first book, Warsaw Bikini, has been a finalist for several first book awards including the National Poetry Series and the Ohio State University Prize. She received an MFA from the University of Montana and a BA from UCLA.  She has published two chapbooks and has three others forthcoming next year.