Publisher

David Bulley has published short fiction in Night Train, McSweeney's, Words & Images, Porcupine Literary Arts Magazine, Opium Magazine, and in many other venues. His novel, "Weapon in Heaven", is forthcoming from Cavern Press. He owns and operates Scrawl: The Writer's Asylum, an online writer's community.

Editor-in-Chief

Cheryl Diane Kidder completed her B.A. in Creative Writing at San Francisco State University and is close to completing her M.A. Her fiction and poetry have appeared in The Reed, Insolent Rudder, Three Candles, Outsider Ink, VerbSap, Word Riot, Eclectica, The Square Table, The Clackamas Literary Review, and In Posse Review. In 2004 her work was listed in storySouth's Notable Online Short Stories. Her fiction has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize.

Editor, Non-Fiction

A notorious underachiever, Steve Frederick dwells on America's high prairie, where he makes a comfortable living working only the tips of his fingers. He is a frequent contributor to The Story Garden.

Editor, Sight & Sound

Sue Miller lives in Connecticut with an assortment of goldfish.

Web Designer/Developer

Kaolin Fire intentionally filled this space with meaningless drivel, such as advertising to places like crazy puzzle games, thoughts, imago web development, and his home page of fire.

Cover Art

Actaeon Remembers Hunger by Glenn Osborn

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