BoySluter Bios

2017 ~

CATFISH McDARIS won the Thelonius Monk Award in 2015. His 25 years of published material is in the Special Archives Collection at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He is listed in Wikipedia. His ancestors are related to Wilma Mankiller from the Aniwaya Clan of the Cherokee Nation. Catfish has been in more magazines, chapbooks, and broadsides than a porcupine has quills. He’s from Albuquerque, NM and West Allis, WI. Currently he’s selling wigs in a dangerous neighborhood in Milwaukee.

DAVID LOHREY graduated from U.C., Berkeley. His poetry can be found in Softblow, The Blue Mountain Review, Otoliths, Cecile’s Writers and Quarterday, In addition, recent poems have been accepted as part of anthologies published by the University of Alabama (Dewpoint), Illinois State University (Obsidian) and Michigan State University (The Offbeat). David is a member of the Sudden Denouement Literary Collective in Houston. Recent fiction can be read in Crack the Spine and at inshadesmag.com. He teaches in Tokyo.

JEREMY BIOLETTI is from Auckland, NZ and sends is warmest regards.

ROBERT BEVERIDGE makes noise (xterminal.bandcamp.com) and writes poetry just outside Cleveland, OH. Robert’s upcoming appearances can be found in Wildflower Muse, Noble/Gas Qtrly, and The Ibis Head Review, among others.

RANDALL ROGERS is from Dakota.  Part editor of The Beatnik Cowboy.  Fifty-five, and a part time cab driver.  He writes to please.

2016 ~

DEVLIN DE LA CHAPA is the Founder and occasional Editor of BoySlut located somewhere in Arizona.  Devlin is a Two Time Pushcart Nominee and a Two Time Editor’s Choice Awardee and an occasional #1 Best Selling [Indie] Author on Amazon’s US, UK, AU and CA for her HUSH series.  Devlin’s Diva of Darkness poetry chapbook series is available on Amazon.  When Devlin is not working, writing books, penning poetry, or coining the terms “Gore-rotica” (cross between gore & erotica) & “Ram-rage” (cross between rampage & rage) – for which the majority of her poetry represents – she can be found somewhere in AZ either loitering here, with her family or in her yard full of tiny dogs, 20 chickens, 4 turkeys and 1 Rooster.

 

MICHAEL MARROTTI is an author from Pittsburgh, using words instead of violence to mitigate the suffering of life in a callous world of redundancy. His primary goal is to help other people. He considers poetry to be a form of philanthropy. When he’s not writing, he’s volunteering at the Light Of Life homeless shelter on a weekly basis. If you appreciate the man’s work, please check out his book, F.D.A. Approved Poetry, available at Amazon.

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TERRY SMITH is a Chef somewhere in the Great Atlantic North East.  When Terry is not writing or working, he’s trying to recruit people to model for Art work or folding useless maps into origamis!

 

JOHN D. ROBINSON was born in ’63 in Hastings, East Sussex, UK and his work has appeared widely in small press and online literary publications which include:  Red Fez, Bareback Lit, Dead Snakes, The Kitchen Poet, Underground Books, Pulsar, Poet&Geek, The Commonline Journal, The Chicago Record, Mad Swirl, The Clockwise Cat, Poetic Diversity,Your One Phone Call: Ink Sweat & Tears; Horror Sleaze and Trash, Poetry Super Highway, Zombie Logic Review, Opal Publishing, Hastings Online Times, Bold Monkey, Napalm and Novocain, The Legendary, Yellow Mama, Winamop.com, The Beatnik Cowboy, Outsider Poetry, Revolution John and BoySlut with other works scheduled to appear in Locust Magazine, Hobo Camp Review, Message In A Bottle, Sentinel Literary Quarterly, Cavalcade of Stars and Eunoia Review.

John is a contributing poet to the 2016 48th Street Press Broadside series.  His latest collection ‘When You Hear The Bell, There’s Nowhere To Hide’ (Holy&intoxicated Publications) carries an introduction by poet and novelist John Grochalski and is available via Amazon or any high street book store.

John is currently married, has 1 daughter, 2 grandchildren, 3 cats, 1 dog, and enjoys drinking wine whilst listening to quietness.

 

IVAN JENSON is a fine artist, novelist and contemporary poet. His artwork was featured in Art in America, Art News, and Interview Magazine and has sold at auction at Christie’s. Ivan was commissioned by Absolut Vodka to make a painting titled “Absolut Jenson” for the brand’s national ad campaign. His Absolut paintings are in the collection of the Spiritmusuem, the museum of spirits in Stockholm, Sweden.  Jenson’s painting of the “Marlboro Man” was collected by the Philip Morris corporation. Jenson was also commissioned to paint the final portrait of the late Malcolm Forbes.

Aside from his paintings, Jenson has written two novels, Dead Artist and Seeing Soriah, both of which illustrate the creative and often dramatic lives of artists.  Jenson’s poetry has been widely published (with over 500 poems published in the US, UK and Europe) in a variety of literary medias.  A book of Jenson’s poetry was recently published by Hen House Press titled Media Child and Other Poems which can be acquired on Amazon.  Jenson’s latest hardcover novels Marketing Mia and Erotic Rights are available for purchase at bookstores worldwide.  For additional information on Ivan Jenson, visit:  www.IvanJenson.com.

 

JOHN GREY is an Australian poet, US resident, and recently published in New Plains Review, South Carolina Review, Gargoyle and Big Muddy Review.  John has upcoming work in Louisiana Review, Cape Rock and Spoon River Poetry Review.

 

LUNA LOVE is a pen name who lives in rural Missouri and writes poetry that tends to be a little erotic.  Luna loves music and nature – sometimes incorporating them into her writing.  Additional work from Luna can be found @ deepundergroundpoetry.com.

 

JOE RUSSO has been published in Linguistic Erosion, Farther Stars than These, Leaves of Ink, Typehouse Magazine, Door is A Jar Magazine, Spillwords and Centum Press. Joe is currently working on a collection of short stories, “Let’s Talk about Porn” which showcases interesting and odd stories about the one thing we’re all afraid to admit to watching, and his first chapbook collection called, “Manhat” about the greatest city in the world – New York. You can find more of his work over at his website – http://joerusso8writer.wix.com/creativewriter.

 

SANJEEV SETHI has published three books of poetry. This Summer and That Summer (Bloomsbury, 2015) is his latest work.  Sanjeev’s poems have found a home in The London MagazineThe Fortnightly Review, Ink Sweat and Tears, Sentinel Literary Quarterly, The Galway Review, The Open Mouse, Otoliths, Literary Orphans, Anti-Heroin Chic, The Jawline Review, The Helios Mss, Right Hand Pointing, Revolution John and elsewhere, with forthcoming poems in Amaryllis Poetry,  Futures Trading, Drunk Monkeys, Yellow Chair Review, The Bitchin’ Kitsch, Of/with: and Linden Avenue Literary Journal.  Sanjeev lives in Mumbai, India.

 

SAIRA VIOLA is a Pop scribe, poet, fiction ball buster, satirist, creator of literary technique sonic scatterscript. When not penning words for her scripted universe, Saira can be seen under the flutter of a Red Admiral or playing astro tag with Jimmy and Ali. Can sometimes be found in psychotropic discourse with Rimbaud or helping in soup kitchens and dancing with subway kings.

Included in Saira’s credits are Books (of course!) such as Jukebox, Crack Apple And Pop. A novella titled Slide, and poetry Don’t Shoot The Messenger, Flowers of War and Rebel Book of Verse.
COLIN JAMES would like the world to know that he has a chapbook, A Thoroughness Not Deprived of Absurdity.

 

IRSA RUCI is an Albanian Writer, Speechwriter and Lecturer.  She was born in Tirana (Albania), in 1990.  Her books of poetry include Trokas mbi ajër (poems and essays), 2008 and Pështjellim (poetry), 2010.

For 2016, Irsa’s works have appeared in more than 70 print and online national and international magazines and anthologies.  Among many awards, she has received First Prize for an Anthology 2007 poetry competition for best poet in Albania.

 

KATIE LEWINGTON is a UK based writer and has been drafting, editing and rewriting her bio since she started submitting to literary magazines and journals two years ago. It isn’t as if she doesn’t know who she is, she just isn’t sure what is relevant. Her creative writing can be read at https://katiecreativewriterblog.wordpress.com and https://gumroad.com/l/sWWgC.
She can be contacted through Twitter @idontwearahat

 

2011 ~ 2015

GINA G (who wishes to remain anonymously of her last name) is a seventeen-year-old student and aunt who gets the pleasure out of scaring her nephew and two nieces with bedtime stories of the undead.  When Gina isn’t writing poems about vampires or chasing them, she attends high school and has aspirations of attending Julliard someday.  Gina lives in Wisconsin.  “Nursery Rhyme-the vamp and the girl” is her first published poem.

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AMIT PARMESSUR is 28 and from Mauritius.  He has been published in around 80 magazines since starting to submit his poems late 2010.  Dead Snakes, Lit Up Magazine, Black-Listed Magazine, Word Slaw, Mad Swirl, Censored Poets, Red Fez, LITSNACK, Heavy Hands Ink, Leaf Garden Press,The Camel Saloonand The Houston Literary Review are some of the places where he has appeared.  He has recently published a book on blog entitled Lord Shiva & other poems at http://booksonblog4.blogspot.com/.  He currently edits The Rainbow Rose at http://therainbowroseezine.blogspot.com/.

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CATFISH McDARIS is an aging New Mexican living near Milwaukee. He has four walls, a ceiling, heat, food, a woman, two cats, a typing machine, and a mailbox. That’s enough for him. He writes for himself and sometimes he gets lucky and someone publishes his words. He remains his biggest fan.

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MIKE MERAZ is a poet from Los Angeles who currently lives in New Orleans. He is the author of two books of poetry “Black-Listed Poems” and “All Beautiful Things Travel Alone.”  Both are available at Lulu.com and Amazon.com.  He is also the author of Black-Listed Thoughts” a book of quotes, available through Propaganda Press.  Mike has been published in magazines such as Word Riot, Gutter Eloquence, Pearl Magazine, Chiron Review, Haggard & Halloo, Pulp Metal Magazine and many others.

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CRAIG SCOTT is a pen name. More work will soon appear under this name in the chapbooks ALL WE HAVE (Thunderclap Press) and GARAGE ON THE EDGE OF TOWN (Writing Knights Press).

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JUSTIN HYDE lives in Iowa.  He works with criminals.

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STEPHEN JARRELL WILLIAMS loves to stay up all night and write with lightning  bolts until they fizzle down behind the dark horizon.  He is the editor of Dead Snakes at http://deadsnakes.blogspot.com/.

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ANDREW J. STONE lives and writes in Southern California with iced coffee and mint tea.  He strongly believes that sleep is a dream that hardly comes true. No, he doesn’t have insomnia, at least that’s what his doctor tells him.  His work has appeared or will appear in Eunoia Review, Apocrypha and Abstractions, Daily Love, Disingenuous Twaddle, Dark Chaos, Postcard Shorts, The Camel Saloon, The Fringe, and Three Line Poetry among other places.  He blogs at: http://andrewjstone.blogspot.com/.

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LARRY JONES lives in Beaver, Utah.  He has a Graduate Equivalency Degree.

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STEVE CALAMARS lives in Texas. He blogs @ http://dirtywordsoncleanliving.blogspot.com.  He is currently working on a small collection of poetry and looking for a publisher.

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MELANIE BROWNE lives in Texas.  She holds a B.S. in Art Education.  She writes flash fiction and poetry.  She is obsessed with Wikipedia.

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SARAH AHM is from London and now lives somewhere, somehow and broke, last seen around mountains in Canada.  She has been lucky enough to have work published in some amazing places online as well as in print.

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JACKIE HOLIDAY is the ex-editor of BoySlut who left BoySlut to pursue her love of music-jazz.  She admits she shares a strong admiration for legendary blues singer Billie Holiday, whom her father has stated having met the singer during her first promotional tour in his late teens.  Although the name is shared, there is no relation considering “Billie Holiday” was solely fictitious from the get go.  Jackie lives east, and argues with Devlin via emails.

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SARAH GAMUTAN is 19 and hails from the Philippines.  Her work will be featured in The Camel Saloon, Haggard and Halloo Publications and Ygdrasil.

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MICHAEL H. BROWNSTEIN has been widely published throughout the small and literary presses. His work has appeared in The Café Review, American Letters and Commentary, Skidrow Penthouse, Xavier Review, Hotel Amerika, After Hours, Free Lunch, Meridian Anthology of Contemporary Poetry, The Pacific Review and others. In addition, he has ten poetry chapbooks including The Shooting Gallery (Samidat Press, 1987), Poems from the Body Bag (Ommation Press, 1988), A Period of Trees (Snark Press, 2004) and What Stone Is (Fractal Edge Press, 2005), and I Was a Teacher Once and Other Philosophis (Ten Page Press, 2011).
Brownstein taught elementary school in Chicago’s inner city (he is now retired), but he continues to study authentic African instruments with his students, conducts grant-writing workshops for educators and the State of Illinois Title 1 Convention, and records performance and music pieces with grants from the City of Chicago’s Department of Cultural Affairs, the Oppenheimer Foundation, BP Leadership Grants, and others.
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J. ELLIS lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
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BEN JOHN SMITH is Australian and refers to Devlin as “dude”.  While not pissin’ in an ocean of alcoholics, Ben can be found editing @ http://www.horrorsleazetrash.com.
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RUSSELL STREUR gratefully acknowledges the publication of his work by 50 to 1, 63 Channels, Amaranthine Muses, Black-Listed Magazine, Camroc Press Review, Catfishgringoriver, Censored Poets, Cherry Blossom Review, Clutching at Straws, Dead Snakes, Deuce Coupe, Half Drunk Muse, Indigo Rising Magazine, Juked, Lost Magazine, meat heads and muscle cars, Megaera, Menagerie, Opium Poetry 2.0, Orion headless, Poets Democracy, Raven Images, Raving Dove, Rusty Truck, Sleep. Snort. Fuck., The American Dissident, The Literary Burlesque, Unfettered Verse, The Rainbow Rose (Mauritius), Poems Niederngasse (Switzerland), The Beatnik (England), Bolts of Silk (Scotland) and The Blanket: A Journal of Protest and Dissent (Ireland).  Russel edits @ http://thecamelsaloon.blogspot.com.
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DAVID S. POINTER was the son of a piano playing bank robber who died when David was 3 years old.  David later served in the Marine military police.  He has been publishing poems in the small press for 21 years.
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ADAM SCHIRLING is a drunken pervert who lives against his will in a cold New England town.  He writes bad poetry and lousy short stories, and somehow convinces people to publish them.  He suspects they just feel sorry for him.  He constantly tries to start writing the next great American novel, but always just ends up drunk watching porn.  If you like his shit, or hate his shit, he’d love for you to tell him, as he is a whore for attention. drunkenabsurdity@gmail.com

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JOHN DERVISHIAN was born and raised in Cambridge, MA but now lives in Worcester. His claim to fame involves two actors that shall not be named, due to the probability of getting sued for using names without consent. Aside from writing, John enjoys playing the guitar (not so well), enjoys a nice cold jack and coke or Guinness and reading to people who will listen.

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M.D. JOYCE spends his time rambling around Chicago and leering at strangers. A writing graduate from the University of Illinois at Urbana, his fiction is deeply colored by traversing the liminal space he lives in under the grid-line shadows of the greatest city on earth. Keep up with his publications at: http://mdjoyce.blogspot.com/.

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KEVIN RIDGEWAY is a writer from Southern California, where he resides in a shady bungalow with his girlfriend and their one-eyed cat.  Recent work has appeared in Underground Voices, Dark Chaos and Gutter Eloquence.

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BRIAN LE LAY is the editor of Electric Windmill Press. He wrote the books Don’t Bury Me in New Jersey (Electric Windmill Books), Please Make an Internet Catchphrase Out of the Headline Written to Report My Death (forthcoming, Piggybank Bandit Books, 2011) and Our Brick-and-Mortar Basement Apartment America (Piggybank Bandit Books, 2012). His poems have most recently appeared in The Montucky Review and The Prism Review.

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G A ANDERSON resides in Wollongong, Australia and writes book reviews for his blog Bold Monkey.  G A says:  I enjoy writing the reviews but I need to spend more time next year doing creative work.  A full length collection of poetry is out early next year thru Interior Noise Press.

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CHRIS BUTLER is a twentysomething nobody shouting from the Quiet Corner of Connecticut.

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ROBERT VAUGHAN’S plays have been produced in N.Y.C., L.A., S.F., and Milwaukee where he resides. He leads two writing roundtables for Redbird- Redoak Studio. His prose and poetry is published in over 200 literary journals such as Elimae, Metazen, Necessary Fiction and BlazeVOX. His short stories are anthologized in Nouns of Assemblage from Housefire, and Stripped from P.S. Books. He is a fiction editor at JMWW magazine, and Thunderclap! Press. He co-hosts Flash Fiction Fridays for WUWM’s Lake Effect.  His blog: http://rgv7735.wordpress.com.
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GARY J.  SHIPLEY is the author of Theoretical Animals (BlazeVox) and co-author of Necrology (Paraphilia). He has work that has appeared recently or is forthcoming in The Black Herald, Gargoyle, la Granada, elimae, and others. He is on the editorial board of the arts journal SCRIPT.

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RC MILLER lives in Metuchen, New Jersey. He is author of the chapbooks Windex We Can (Wheelchair Party), A Large Retailer (Ronin Press), GORE (Calliope Nerve Media), and blogs at http://visionblues.blogspot.com/.

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NEIL ELLMAN was once almost under tentative semi-consideration for a Pushcart Prize nomination, but the editor thought better of it.  Nevertheless, Ellman’s poetry appears in numerous print and online journals, including Catapult to Mars, Clutching at Straws, Dead Snakes, Deuce Coupe, Drunken Absurdity, The Camel Saloon (Books on Blog Chapbook), and The Rainbow Rose, among others.

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MICHAEL ASHLEY is a 30 year old from Huddersfield in the county of West Yorkshire (United Kingdom), most of the time he is either working the 9 ‘til 5 or walking his dogs, but in between this [and dodging the turds that life flings his way] he writes a little poetry. You can read more of his work at www.michaelashley.wordpress.com.

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MARIE MARSHALL would prefer to be introduced by a paraphrase of Balthus’ famous telegram: NO BIOGRAPHY. BEGIN: MARIE MARSHALL IS A WRITER OF WHOM NOTHING IS KNOWN. NOW LET US READ WHAT SHE HAS WRITTEN. However, life isn’t that simple. Marie was born in the 1950s in England and now lives in her ancestral Scotland. Her academic career was unremarkable and her professional career has been uneventful. In her late forties she began to write short stories and novellas. In 2005 she discovered a gift for poetry and it is in that field that she is now best known, having attracted praise from fellow poets such as Bruce Dawe and Mary Ann Sullivan, and having had upwards of one hundred and seventy poems published, including one on the wall of a café in Wales and one etched into an African drum in the New Orleans Museum of Art. Naked in the Sea, a collection of poems written in 2009 and 2010, was published in 2010. She writes in English, Scots, and sometimes French.

Marie was invited to become Associate Editor of the poetry magazines Sonnetto Poesia and Canadian Zen Haiku, and of the forthcoming anthology of modern sonnets The Phoenix Rising From Its Ashes. She is editor of the zen space, an online showcase for haiku and related writing. Her more macabre short stories have been a regular feature of the Winter Words literary festival in Scotland, where they have been read to an audience by professional actors. Her first novel, Lupa, is due to be published this year.

According to Marie, her most satisfying literary experience was the brief time she worked with the late Vera Rich, the world’s foremost translator of poetry from Slavic languages into English, proof-reading her latest translations.
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DONAL MAHONEY has had poetry and fiction appear in The Camel Saloon and other publications in North America, Europe, Africa and Asia. Some of his earliest work can be found at http://booksonblog12.blogspot.com/.
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ALLY MALINENKO’s first book of poems entitled The Wanting Bone was published by Six Gallery Press and she has another book forthcoming from Tainted Coffee Press entitled Crashing to Earth. She currently lives in the part of Brooklyn the tour buses don’t come to but was voted to have the best halal food and she rambles over @ shipwreckedpoetry.blogspot.com.
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KYLE HEMMINGS lives and works in New Jersey. His work has been published in Matchbook, A-Minor, Wigleaf, Atticus Review, and elsewhere. His most recent ebooks are Down Moon Girl, You Never Die in Wholes, and Tokyo Girls in Science Fiction.
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LINDA CRATE is a Pennsylvanian native born in Pittsburgh yet raised in the rural town of Conneautville. Her  poems have been previously published in Magic Cat Press, Black-Listed Magazine, Bigger Stones, Vintage Poetry, The Stellar Showcase Journal, Ides of March, The Blinking Cursor, The Diversified Arts Project, The Railroad Poetry Project, Skive, The Scarlet Sound, Speech Therapy, Itasca Illinois & Willowtree Dreams, Dead Snakes, The Camel Saloon, Write From Wrong, Moon Washed Kisses, The Wilderness Interface Zone, Samizdat Literary Magazine, Danse Macabre, and the Horror Zine. Her short stories have been published in Carnage Conservatory, Daily Love, Circus of the Damned, Linguistic Erosion, and Yesteryear Fiction.
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THOMAS KEARNES is a 35-year-old author from East Texas. He is an atheist and an Eagle Scout. His typically queer-themed fiction has found mainstream success in venues such as PANK, Storyglossia, Night Train, SmokeLong Quarterly, Splinter Generation, Word Riot, Eclectica, JMWW Journal, wigleaf, and elsewhere. He has also maintained a presence in the gay press, appearing everywhere from the late, great Blithe Houser Quarterly to the much-anticipated Educe Journal. He is a columnist for Flash Fiction Chronicles and a two-time Pushcart Prize nominee.
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VALENTINA CANO is a student of classical singing who spends whatever free time either writing or reading. Her works have appeared in Exercise Bowler, Blinking Cursor, Theory Train, Cartier Street Press, Berg Gasse 19, Precious Metals, A Handful of Dust, The Scarlet Sound, The Adroit Journal, Perceptions Literary Magazine, Welcome to Wherever, The Corner Club Press, Death Rattle, Danse Macabre, Subliminal Interiors, Generations Literary Journal, Super Poetry Highway, Stream Press, Stone Telling, Popshot, Golden Sparrow Literary Review, Rem Magazine, Structo, The 22 Magazine, The Black Fox Literary Magazine, Niteblade, Tuck Magazine, Ontologica, Congruent Spaces Magazine, Pipe Dream, Decades Review, Anatomy, Lowestof Chronicle, Muddy River Poetry Review, Lady Ink Magazine, White Masquerade Anthology and Perhaps I’m Wrong About the World. You can find her here: http://carabosseslibrary.blogspot.com.
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IAN PAONE lives in Whistler and loves skiing maybe a little bit too much.  When he’s not destroying himself on the ski hill he’s participating in the town’s favorite pass time (getting unbelievably wasted) or blowing all his cash on floosies.  He also reads and works (often at the same time) in between blackouts and white rooms.
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WILLIAM DORESKI’s work has appeared in various e and print journals and in several collections, most recently Waiting for the Angel (Pygmy Forest Press, 2009).
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RICHARD SHIERS  is a miserable, 16-year-old from California who generally writes about whores, drug addicts, writers, and all those terrible people. He is working on a collection of poetry and a book of short stories… and it isn’t going well.
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REGINA GREEN has been published in some very fine on-line literary magazines  including most recently Metazen, The Delinquent and The Citron Review. Regina has an upcoming publication in inkscrawl. For the month of April 2010 she was the featured poet at Contemporary American Voices. Her normal job is as a therapist living and working outside Atlanta, GA and in her dream  job, she writes poetry every day.
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BEN NARDOLILLI currently lives in Arlington, Virginia. His work has appeared in Perigee Magazine, Red Fez, Catapult to Mars, Quail Bell Magazine, Elimae, fwriction, Grey Sparrow Journal, Pear Noir, The Camel Saloon, and Yes Poetry. His chapbook Common Symptoms of an Enduring Chill Explained has been published by Folded Word Press. He maintains a blog at mirrorsponge.blogspot.com and is looking to publish his first novel.
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ROBERT F. GROSS (Centaurobert) has spent much of his adult life directing strange and marvelous plays in a shabby theater for small but adventurous audiences. He also writes.
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ROSS VASSILEV (http://rossliskov.blogspot.com/) was born in Bulgaria and now lives in Ohio?!?  He’s a poet and the former editor of Asphodel Madness 2.0 (http://asphodelmadness.wordpress.com/) and associated blogzines.  He almost gave up poetry but ammo is so expensive.

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JOHN GREY has been published recently in the Echolocation, Santa Fe Poetry Review and Caveat Lector with work upcoming in Clark Street Review, GW Review and the Evansville Review.

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LUIS CUAUHTEMOC BERRIOZABAL was born in Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico and now lives in Los Angeles. His first book of poetry, Raw Materials, was published by Pygmy Forest Press in 2004. Some of his poems are influenced by his work in the mental health field. His chapbooks have been published by Kendra Steiner Editions, Deadbeat Press and New Polish Beat. Alternating Current Press will publish his chapbook, Songs for Oblivion, in 2012.

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WILLIAM KECKLER’S include Sanskrit of the Body and translations of early writings by Malraux. He blogs at Joe Brainard’s Pyjamas (the Sequel). He believes the definition of ‘Santorum’ given in the Urban Dictionary.

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CHRISTIAN A. BAKER lives in Woodstock, IL, but wishes he could live in the Rocky Mountains every day of his existence. He wants to plant things for a living, and writes for a life beyond living. He wishes he could transform into a pen at will and wants to make things better in general for people in general.

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DOUG DRAIME emerged as a presence in the small press and ‘Underground’ literary movement in Los Angeles in the late 1960’s. Current books in print: Rock ‘n Roll Jizz (Propaganda Press) and Los Angeles Terminal: Poems 1971-1980 (Covert Press), and two online chaps: Speed of Light http://www.righthandpointing.com/draime/ and Stoned On A Poco Stick http://www.zygoteinmycoffee.com/100s/issue130chapbookcover.html. Forthcoming is a full-length collection, More Than The Alley, from Interior Noise Press in 2012. Doug is always on the outlook for prospective publishers for both new and older work.  He’s been awarded small PEN grants in 1987, 1991, and 1992 and nominated for several Pushcart Prizes in the last few years. Doug lives in the foothills of Oregon with his wife and family.

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MICHAEL LEE JOHNSON is a poet, freelance writer and small business owner of custom imprinted promotional products and apparel: www.promoman.us, from Itasca, Illinois. He is heavily influenced by: Carl Sandburg, Robert Frost, William Carlos Williams, Irving Layton, Leonard Cohen, and Allen Ginsberg. His new poetry chapbook with pictures, titled From Which Place the Morning Rises, and his new photo version of The Lost American: from Exile to Freedom are available at: http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/promomanusa. The original version of The Lost American: from Exile to Freedom, can be found at: http://www.iuniverse.com/bookstore/book_detail.asp?isbn=0-595-46091-7. New Chapbook: Challenge of Night and Day, and Chicago Poems, by Michael Lee Johnson: http://www.lulu.com/product/paperback/challenge-of-night-and-day-and-chicago-poems%28night%29/12443733?productTrackingContext=search_results/search_shelf/center/2. Michael has been published in over 25 countries. He is also editor/publisher of five poetry sites, all open for submission, which can be found at his Web site: http://poetryman.mysite.com. All of his books are now available on Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_b?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=michael+lee+johnson. Borders: http://www.borders.com.au/book/lost-american-from-exile-to-freedom/1566571/. Barnes & Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/s?store=ALLPRODUCTS&keyword=Michael+Lee+Johnson.

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A.J. HUFFMAN is a poet and freelance writer in Daytona Beach, Florida.  She has previously published three collections of poetry: The Difference Between Shadows and Stars, Carrying Yesterday, and Cognitive Distortion.  She has also published her work in national and international literary journals such as Avon Literary Intelligencer, Writer’s Gazette, and The Penwood Review.  Find more about A.J. Huffman, including additional information and links to her work at http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000191382454 and https://twitter.com/#!/poetess222.

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KEVIN LEE lives in Troy, NY. He has a degree in mathematics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He works as a dishwasher at Spilln’ the Beans Coffeehouse & Bistro and a stock guy at the Coffee Beanery in the Rensselaer Rail Station.

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ALI ZANIDI lives in Redeyef, Tunisia where he teaches English. His work has appeared in The Rusty Nail, the Tower Journal, Mad Swirl, Red Fez, Unlikely Stories: Episode IV, Three Line Poetry, Haiku Journal, & other ezines. His debut poetry chapbook Experimental Ruminations was published in September 2012 by Fowlpox Press (Canada). He also writes flash fiction for the Six Sentence Social Network—http://www.sixsentences.ning.com/profile/AliZnaidi.

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COREY COOK’s work has appeared in Chiron Review, Floyd County Moonshine, Nerve Cowboy, Pearl, Pig in a Poke, The Rusty Nail, The Shit Creek Review, ugly cousin and elsewhere. New work is forthcoming in Children, Churches and Daddies, Red River Review and THRUSH Poetry Journal.

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CAVLERO has been published in The Legendary, as well as in Danse Macabre, and will be featured in the 2012 Fall Issue of The Writing Disorder as well as in the upcoming issue of HorrorSleazeTrash.

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EAMON is a poet and part-time musician with a colourful past. Originally from Dublin, he currently resides in rural Ireland. An experienced writer, he writes on a wide range of topics from the confronting to the humorous.

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JOHN GROTCHALSKI a published writer whose poems and prose have appeared in several online and print publications including: Red Fez, Rusty Truck, Outsider Writers Collective, Underground Voices, The Lilliput Review, The Main Street Rag, Zygote In My Coffee, The Camel Saloon, and Bartleby Snopes. He has two books of poetry The Noose Doesn’t Get Any Looser After You Punch (Six Gallery Press) and Glass City (Low Ghost Press), and a third book, The Sun Causes Cancer forthcoming.

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JAMES D. QUINTON has been bothering the underground presses for over ten years. He is managing editor of Open Wide Magazine www.openwidemagazine.co.uk. His first four books, two poetry collections and two novels, will soon be re-released as re-mastered second editions. For more – www.jamesdquinton.co.uk.

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JAY CORAL is a pecean who dislikes dirty dishes and distrusts weather forecast. Say hello and show him some love at http://bluejayeye.blogspot.com/.

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RUSSELL JAFFE edits the small poetry press Strange Cage along with Lesley Wheeler and Karl McComas Reichl and runs a poetry reading series in Iowa City. He collects 8-tracks.

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KATE ALEXANDER-KIRK drinks copious amounts of tea as she dreams up weird and wonderful stories that she one day hopes to realise. And she does it all donning her Top-Hat at a jaunty angle. Her work has appeared in amphibi.us, Pure Slush, Mouse Tales Press and in the current issues of Vapid Kitten and Negative Suck. She blogs at: www.teaandtantalisingtales.wordpress.com

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MICHAEL AARON CASARES lives in Ausitn, TX. He is the publisher behind Virgogray Press, an independent publishing house that focuses primarily on poetry and independent artists. He is also editor of Carcinogenic Poetry and Nothing. No One. Nowhere. His book, This Reality of Man (Lizard’s Tale Press, 2011) collects several poems, some published in journals, such as: Eviscerator Heaven, Heavy Bear, Gloom Cupboard, The San Antonio Express News,The Clockwise Cat, The Austin Chronicle, Calliope Nerve and others.

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CAROL HAMILTON has recent publications in SOUTH CAROLINA REVIEW, POET LORE, TULANE REVIEW, slipstream, RIVER OAK REVIEW, TAR RIVER REVIEW, SAN PEDRO RIVER REVIEW, WILLOW REVIEW, WHITE WALL REVIEW, BRYANT LITERARY REVIEW and others. She has been nominated five times for a Pushcart Prize. Carol has published 15 books of children’s novels, legends and poetry, most recently, MASTER OF THEATER: PETER THE GREAT and LEXICOGRAPHY. She is a former Poet Laureate of Oklahoma.

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EMILY RAMSER is a high school author liv­ing part-time between North Carolina and California.  She writes not to gain fame nor fortune, but rather to tell stories and have her voice, as well as all those around her, heard.

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IVAN JENSON’s Absolut Jenson painting was featured in Art News, Art in America, and Interview magazine. His art has sold at Christie’s, New York. His poems have appeared in Word Riot, Zygote in my Coffee, Camroc Press Review, Haggard and Halo, Poetry Super Highway, Mad Swirl, Alternative Reel Poets Corner, Underground Voices Magazine, Blazevox, and many other magazines, online and in print. Jenson is also a Contributing Editor for Commonline magazine. His debut novel, Dead Artist is now available as a paperback and on Amazon Kindle and Nook. Ivan’s new novel, a psychological thriller entitled Seeing Soriah, is now available as an eBook or in Paperback on Amazon.

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JESSICA GLEASON is the managing editor @ Aberration Labyrinth.

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JAMES MIRARCHI grew up in Queens, New York.

In addition to his poetry collections, “Venison” and “Dervish,” James has written and directed short films, which have played at festivals. His poems have appeared in Crack the Spine Literary Magazine, Poydras Review, gobbet, The Houston Literary Review, and Subliminal Interiors Magazine.

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PHILIP WARDLOW says:  “I’m a happily  married guy of almost seventeen years and we have one son together.  My current job is as atechnical salesman in the electrical field that pays the bill but my passion for writing sustains me as I go home from that job and attack the page or computer keyboard with ideas that just have to get out and into concrete form.  A few years ago, I went back to college and took various courses in creative writing and literature. I have participated in a number of writing groups as well; all to better hone my skills as a writer. The genre I normally like to write to would be labeled as Dark Urban Fantasy with a little Science Fiction sprinkled in every once in a while. I have been compared by a few to Stephen King for my writing style. I can only hope to do justice to that name in my writing. I’m a work in progress but I hope to not disappoint.  My ambition is to find people who like what I have to offer as a writer and come away wanting more when there done with that little slice.”

 

Devlin says:  “When Philip isn’t writing stories or locked in gridlock, he writes poetry and blogs @ http://philipwardlow.com.”

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LARRY BIERMAN is an active member of the local poetry scene.  He lives in Norman, Oklahoma, and is the author of four poetry books, Shake My Faith Kiss This, So Longing Goes On, About There, and This as well as several chapbooks.

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GLYNIS MICHELE JONES says:  “Born in Tennessee where I’ve spent most of my life surrounded by my large family I’m always helping others with my volunteerism. I have a Bachelor degree in Social Science and I’ve worked as a Respiratory Therapist in the critical care wards at a leading hospital for nearly twenty years. After an injury which left me in traction for six months, I found the joys of reading and fell in love. My reading led me to writing down my thoughts. Before I knew it, I was writing stories and then came the hope of publication. For the past two years I’ve been working toward that goal to learn what I can about this art form. I work nights and it has afforded me the time to work on my books.  I’m currently editing a novel that I hope will get published.  Although I’m new to writing, I’m no stranger when it comes to expressing my uniqueness, having done so all of my life.  Writing poetry has become an avenue through which I can get instant feedback which I find, good or bad, helps me to improve.”

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EUGINIA TAN’s debut collection of poetry, Songs About Girls, was published in 2012.  She still writes, eats and sleeps.  Stalk her or send her death threats at http://www.farkmepumps.tumblr.com.

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PAUL TRISTRAM is a Welsh writer who now lives on the Southern coast of Britain, has poems, short stories and sketches published in many publications around the world.  Paul yearns to tattoo porcelain bridesmaids instead of digging empty graves for innocence at midnight, this too may pass, yet.

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JOHN T. BIGGS is a relatively new writer with about a dozen stories published on line, in small circulation magazines and in anthologies. He’s won some regional and national contests, the most notable of which are: 2011 grand prize winner of the Writer’s Digest annual contest, third prize winner of the 2011 Lorian Hemingway short story contest, and 2012 Creme de la Creme award winner of the Oklahoma Writers Federation Inc. annual competition. John’s novel, Owl Dreams under contract with Pen-L Publishing is scheduled for release in 2013.

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MARTY BEAUDET is a published author of fiction thrillers who also publishes comedic novels under the name ‘Martin Bannon’.  Marty began writing poetry in his adolescence, and continued through his twenties.  His first poem, Little Boy, written at age 13, was first published in his high school literary magazine in 1974.

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MAYA HALILOVIC is a literary student living in the red dust of Perth, Western Australia.  Occasional Batman.

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CAITLIN HOFFMAN is bad at writing bios.  She writes books nobody reads.

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KARINA BUSH is a writer and artist currently working in The Netherlands.  An ex-prostitute and visionary, Karina’s early work is an exploration of her experience  through dreamy, blackly comedic and sexually aggressive landscapes. Her debut is the trilogy “Karina’s Triangle”.  She is now working on a book set in Ireland, featuring old old craggy men.

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PETER MARRA has had a lifelong fascination with Surrealism, Dadaism, and Symbolism, some of his favorite writers being Paul Eluard, Arthur Rimbaud, Tristan Tzara, Edgar Allan Poe, and Henry Miller. His favorite artists are Salvador Dali, Felicien Rops, Dante Rossetti and Amedeo Modigliani. Peter also cites Roger Corman and Russ Meyer as influences. He has had over 100 poems and several short stories published either in print or online. Peter’s earliest recollection of the writing process is when, as a 1st grader, he constructed a children’s book that included illustrations. The only memory he has of this project is a page that contained an illustration of an airplane, caught in a storm, drawn in crayon. The caption read: “The people are on a plane. It is going to crash. They are very scared.”

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HOLLY DAY is a housewife and mother of two living in Minneapolis, Minnesota who teaches needlepoint classes in the Minneapolis school district. Her poetry has recently appeared in Hawai’i Pacific Review, The Oxford American, and Slipstream, and she is a recent recipient of the Sam Ragan Poetry Prize from Barton College. Her book publications include Music Composition for Dummies, Guitar-All-in-One for Dummies, and Music Theory for Dummies, which has recently been translated into French, Dutch, German, Spanish, Russian, and Portuguese.

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PAUL HOSTOVSKY’s poems appear and disappear simultaneously (voila!), and have recently been sighted in places where they pay you for your trouble with your own trouble doubled, and other people’s troubles thrown in, which never seem to him as great as his troubles, though he tries not to compare. He has no life and spends it with his poems, trying to perfect their perfect disappearances. Visit him at www.paulhostovsky.com.

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ROSS LEESE is a 30+ miserabilist from England. In the natural order of things, he probably lies somewhere between a Beatle and a beetle. He writes poetry which one day in the future, critics will label ‘adequate’ to a room full of people who most probably stopped caring years ago.

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KEVIN COONS is a writer and musician who lives in San Luis Obispo, CA with his family and his cats.  His work has appeared in Forge Literary Magazine, Black-Listed Poetry, Asphodal Madness, the Orange Room Review and more. His website is http://www.kevincoons.tumblr.com.

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ROB TALBERT’s work has appeared in Alaska Quarterly, American Poetry Review, Ninth Letter, Painted Bride, Sou’wester and others. He has also been selected for Best of the Net and Best New Poets nominations.

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TOM HATCH paid his dues in the SoHo art scene way back when. He was awarded two NEA grants for sculpture back then. And taught at various colleges and universities in the NYC metro area in art (including Princeton and U of Penn. in Philly). He is a regular at The Camel Saloon and BoySlut. He had recently published at The Mind[less] Muse, Jellyfish Whispers, Napalm and Novocain and Dead Snakes among others. He lives in CT with a few farms up and down the road works in Manhattan. His train ride to and from NYC is his solace, study and den where it all begins and ends.

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ALEXIS RHONE FANCHER is a writer/photographer.  Her latest chapbook is Gidget Goes To The Ghetto. Her “pillow book,” explicit, came out in 2010. She  is a member of Jack Grapes’ L.A. Poets & Writers Collective. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in High Coupe, Poised In Flight, Mas Tequila Review, Gutter Eloquence Magazine, Cultural Weekly, Tell Your True Tale, Downer Magazine, Bare Hands Anthology, Ireland, The Sun  Magazine,    Spark    Off    Rose,   The    Poetry    Juice   Bar   and elsewhere. Her erotic thriller, Annie’s Sinful Nature,  awaits publication.

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SPENCER SCHOEN is a student of Houston Community College who has four self-published anthologies. He writes daily, inspired by all.  Visit Spencer @ http://www.thepoetinflames.tumblr.com.

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LUCAS SCHEELK is a white Autistic queer trans* person from Minneapolis, MN. Lucas uses ‘he, him, his’ pronouns and ‘they, them, their’ pronouns. One of his dreams is to one day type in “Autistic poetry” into Google search and only see Autistic poets in the results. His favorite season is Autumn, and he loves the rain.

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P.A. LEVY was born in East London but now resides amongst the hedge mumblers of rural Suffolk.  P.A.Levy has been published in many magazines, from ‘A cappella Zoo’ to ‘Zygote In My Coffee’ and stations in-between.  He is also a founding member of the Clueless Collective and can be found loitering on page corners and wearing hoodies at www.cluelesscollective.co.uk.

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LEE LINCECUM is 32 years old and lives in East Texas where he sometimes gets lonely and often drinks too much wine. He is an absolute sucker for pretty, intelligent redheads with tattoos. Lee’s work has appeared in publications such as Dead Snakes, Gutter Eloquence Magazine and My Favorite Bullet. He is the founder and editor of The Blind Vigil Revue.

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BRENTON BOOTH resides in Sydney, Australia. Work of his has appeared in a variety of publications. Some recent appearances include 3:AM Magazine, Thunder Sandwich, Underground Voices, Mind(less) Muse, Dead Snakes, Yellow Mama, Dogzplot, and Storm Cycle.

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ERIK MOSHE is an aircrew flight equipment technician for the U.S. Airforce who just recently converted to flouride-free toothpaste, bodywash with jojoba beads & contact lenses that blur his perspective on life yet help him attain a vivid scope of the world around him as he trots on Tucson sidewalks, off the grid. His work can be found on his website at TheCentersphere(dot)yolasite(dot)com.

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ADREYO SEN is based in Kolkata, hopes to become a full-time writer.  He did his undergraduate work in English and his post-graduate work in English and Sociology.  Adreyo has been published in Danse Macabre and Kritya.

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ALUN WILLIAMS lives in Wales. Is a member of Zoetrope’s writing group under his alter ego maxwell allen. Writes mostly flash fiction with the occassional foray into poetry.  Alun has publishing credits in varying mags and zines including Hellroaring Review, Pure Slush and Write side up. Is a converted Americanophile and loves noir writing and Bukowski.

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Writing under the name of iDREW to co-ordinate with her titles, Essex girl Drew has previously been published in a various array of magazines, both on-line and in print.  She enjoys shopping, boys and clubs but claims these are all merely research for her writing.   She is also one of the
founding members of the Clueless Collective and can be found at: http://www.cluelesscollective.co.uk.

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JONATHAN BUTCHER has been writing poetry for around five years. He has had work appear in various print and online Publications including:  Underground Voices, Popshot Magazine, Turbulence, Elbow Room, Electric Windmill Press, Dead Beats, The Rusty Nail and Gutter Eloquence amongst others. He lives in Sheffield In the North of England.

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RYAN QUINN FLANAGAN is a transient by nature.  He presently resides in Elliot Lake, Ontario, Canada…deep in the Canadian Shield with his hole punch and his muse.

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PRIYANKA DEY is from the University of Delhi with an M.A. in History.

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JORGE MARTINEZ – twenty years old – chicagoland area – grew up in chicago, on the southside – currently works as a hairstylist – going to school to be a high school mathematics teacher – lives with his boyfriend, two dogs, and two cats – writes often but has yet decide what he plans to do with it.

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LEILANIE STEWART‘s poetry has previously appeared in magazines such as Neon Highway, Erbacce, The Journal, Weyfarers, Inclement, Decanto, Graffiti, Tips for Writers, Nostrovia, The Blue Hour magazine and an anthology, The Robin Hood Book: Verse versus Austerity (Caparison Press 2012).

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TANIA HERSHMAN is the author of two short story collections, the most recent being My Mother Was An Upright Piano: Fictions (Tangent Books, 2012). She is overcoming a lifelong fear of line breaks and is now writing things that others might call poems. www.taniahershman.com.

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CHRIS CRITTENDEN dwells among spruce trees fifty miles from the nearest traffic light.  Bears ghost through copses.  Moose get dangerous during the rut.  An occasional cruise ship spangles the dark sea.  His full-length collection Jugularity, representing all that is vulnerable in his soul, was recently released by Stonesthrow press, and is available at Amazon for $3 sad little bucks.  Some call the contents nosferattitudinal, but he completely denies that, prefering to think of his work as obsessive, lycanthropic and apocalyptic.

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BENJAMIN JOSEPH BIESEK  is a poet from California. On Twitter: born_before.

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SéAMAS CARRAHER was born in Dublin, Ireland in 1956. He lives on the Ballyogan estate, in south County Dublin, at present.  His recent publications include poems in THE SHOp, the Rusty Nail, The Camel Saloon, Dead Beats, Red River Review, Word Riot, The Junk Lot Review, Dead Flowers, Pyrokinection, Dead Snakes, Carcinogenic Poetry, Napalm & Novacain, ditch, Bone Orchard Poetry, Istanbul Literary Review and Pemmican. Previously his work has been published in Left Curve (No. 13, 14 & 20), Compages, Poetry Ireland Review, the Anthology of Irish Poetry and the Irish Socialist (newspaper).

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J.J. CAMPBELL (1976 – ?) lives and writes on a farm in Brookville, Ohio. He’s been widely published over the years, most notably at Thunder Sandwich, Nerve Cowboy, Underground Voices, Zygote in My Coffee, and The Camel Saloon. His first full length collection of poems, Sofisticated White Trash, was recently published by Interior Noise Press. You can find J.J. most days bitching about something on his highly entertaining blog, evil delights (http://www.evildelights.blogspot.com).
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MAUREEN KINGSTON lives and works in Nebraska. Her prose and poems have appeared or are forthcoming in The Camel Saloon, Dead Snakes, Emerge Literary Journal, Gargoyle, Gone Lawn, Gutter Eloquence Magazine, Red River Review, Rufous City Review, Stone Highway Review, Terrain.org, The Mind[less] Muse, and Wild Orphan.
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MARTIN ALTMAN was born and raised in The Bronx, lived in NYC for 40 yrs and worked in Garment District, now resides in Chicago with wife Joyce. Featured Reader at The Café and at TallGrass Writers Guild in Chicago.  Published by Outrider Press, Obscura, lit mag of Lehman College, the LGBT lit mag Off the Rocks, and Red Ochre Lit.  A stutterer from childhood, his poetry is concerned with speaking & hearing, breathing & cessation, connection, isolation, and silence.
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A multi-musician, poet and hopeless romantic, TONY TORREZ resides somewhere in California.  Tony is a breathing lump of muscle relaxers and alcohol.  His writings generally express disgust with himself and the world around him.
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CARLO CAMPANELLA would like to thank his friend JC.  No, not that JC.
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EDGAR ALBRIGHT is a young poet from southeastern Pennsylvania.
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Poor JON BENNETT, even when he gets published instead of feeling proud he just worries someone will notice what he’s been up to.
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DAVID MAC is one of the greatest forklift drivers ever to emerge from the UK. His prose and poetry has been published in many mags, journals, sites, zines and blogs. He has various self-published collections available plus collections with Erbacce Press, Knives Forks & Spoons Press, Ten Pages Press, Writing Knights Press, and Like This Press. He likes wine, cats, and Humphrey Bogart.
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VALERI BEERS is 41 and has been writing poetry and short stories since she was in the 7th grade. When Valeri was in high school she joined a creative writing class and was exposed to different styles of poetry.  Valeri penned a of couple poems and submitted them to the school’s literary magazine and both were accepted and she has been writing ever since. Valeri says:  “Writing poems helps me to be able to remember things I see and feel.”

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MATHER SCHNEIDER is a cab driver living in Tucson.  Mather has been published in the small press since 1993 and has 3 books available on Amazon.
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CHARLIE STERN is a genderqueer, mentally ill, left-handed, feminist, punk poet.
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