Atlas & Alice | Issue 3, Spring 2015
Contributor Notes ______________________________________________ Aimee Henkel has studied poetry and fiction at NYU, Manhattanville and the Hudson Valley Writer's Center and has been published in literary journals, magazines and newspapers as a community journalist. She will be publishing her first co-authored non-fiction book in November through Arundel Publishing. Andrea Gilham received her MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts. She currently resides in Mount Vernon, Indiana with her husband and two children. Ben Westlie is the author of three chapbooks of poems: Sometimes Out of Turn, Extraordinary Construction and The Performance all published by Finishing Line Press. His poems have been included in the anthology Time You Let Me In: 25 Poets Under 25 edited and selected by Naomi Shihab Nye and has an MFA in Poetry from Vermont College of Fine Arts. Chloe N. Clark is an MFA candidate in Creative Writing & Environment. She enjoys all things Doctor Who, cupcakes, and stage magic. Not necessarily in that order. Follow her @PintsNCupcakes. Daniel Hudon, originally from Canada, is an adjunct lecturer in astronomy, math, and physics in Boston, MA. Some of his writing links can be found at people.bu.edu/hudon. Erin Calabria grew up in rural Western Massachusetts and now lives in New York City. Her writing has appeared in Luna Luna Magazine, River Teeth's "Beautiful Things" column, and the Readers Report series on The Rumpus. Her documentary work has also aired on public radio. Tweets @Erin_Calabria." J.I. Kleinberg is artist, poet and freelance writer. A Pushcart nominee, her writing has appeared in numerous literary journals. Her found poems, from a growing collection of over 825, explore the accidental syntax of unintentional phrases: each text fragment is extracted from the magazine page, where the words on one line are related to the words on the next line only by physical proximity, not by their intended sense or syntax. She lives in Bellingham, Washington, and doesnâ€™t own a television. Jacob Aiello lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife and four cats. He's currently amassing a collection of short fiction consisting of far too many pronouns, some of which have appeared or are forthcoming from Atlas & Alice, Knee-Jerk, Storm Cellar Quarterly, Pinball, Vending Machine Press, Fiddleblack, Menacing Hedge, SmokeLong Quarterly, Litro Magazine, Drunk Monkeys, Storychord, The Portland Review and The Wordstock Ten, among others. Justin Lawrence Daugherty lives in Atlanta and on Twitter at @jdaugherty1081. He is the cofounder of Jellyfish Highway Press, founder/managing editor of Sundog Lit, and edits for New South Journal and Cartridge Lit, a literary magazine dedicated to work inspired by video games. Iosif Rikhter is a pseudonym.
Issue 3 | Spring 2015