S.C. Sirleaf is a professor from the Deep South who takes too many Polaroids. She publishes under the name S. C. Sirleaf and has appeared in Crack the Spine. Laura Sullivan’s work has recently appeared in Clockhouse, Southern Women’s Review and the Oxford University Press collection Poverty/Privlege: A Reader for Writers. She is a graphic designer in Tallahassee, Florida. Yermiyahu Ahron Taub is the author of four books of poetry, including most recently Prayers of a Heretic/Tfiles fun an apikoyres (2013). Tsugreytndik zikh tsu tantsn: naye Yidishe lider/Preparing to Dance: New Yiddish songs, a CD of nine of his Yiddish poems set to music by Michał Górczyński was released on the Multikulti Project label (www. multikulti.com). Taub was honored by the Museum of Jewish Heritage as one of New York’s best emerging Jewish artists and has been nominated four times for a Pushcart Prize and twice for a Best of the Net award. Please visit his web site at www. yataub.net. Emily Teitsworth is a junior at Susquehanna University. She studies creative writing and publishing/editing. She has had poetry recently published in Stone Canoe. Jessica Tyson poetry has been published in a few literary journals, including Rip-Rap Crab Creek Review, and The Acorn Review. She graduated with an MFA from the University of Washington at Seattle, and also completed the undergraduate creative writing program at California State University at Long Beach. She currently works as a real estate operations and marketing manager in San Diego, California; her freelance writing appears on numerous blogs and articles across the internet, often under someone else’s name. She was also nominated for a Pushcart Prize this past year.
Fiction Z.Z. Boone’s fiction has appeared in New Ohio Review, Berkeley Fiction Review, Potomac Review, and others. Angela Doll Carlson is a poet and essayist and fiction writer whose work has appeared most recently in publications both online and offline, such as Burnside Writer’s Collective, St. Katherine Review, Rock & Sling, Image Journal’s “Good Letters” blog, Ruminate Magazine (online) and Art House America. Her first book, Nearly Orthodox: On Being a Modern Woman in an Ancient Tradition (Ancient Faith Publishers) was released July 2014. Her latest book, Garden in the East: The Spiritual Life of the Body is due out from Ancient Faith Publishers in 2016. Angela currently lives in Chicago, IL, with her husband, David, and her 4 outrageously spirited yet remarkably likable children. Debra Danz was born and raised in NY, but now resides in Switzerland with her two children. She is currently writing a book of short, dark stories as a dedication to her late husband. Her work has been published in 50 – Word Stories, Journal of Microliterature, The Bookends Review, online and the 2014 anthology. She is a member of The Writing Women of Zurich, and has contributed a few pieces to the club blog. Daniel Davis is the Nonfiction Editor for The Prompt Literary Magazine. His own work has appeared in various online and print journals. You can find him at Facebook.com/DanielDavis05 and on Twitter @dan_davis86. Tommy Dean is the author of a flash fiction chapbook entitled Special Like the People on TV from Redbird Chapbooks. A graduate of the Queens University of Charlotte MFA program, he has been previously published in the Watershed Review, Wilderness House Literary Review, r.kv.r.y, Boston Literary Magazine, Foliate Oak, and Gravel. Find him @TommyDeanWriter on Twitter. 105