Issue Two Contributors
Sara Codair lives in a world of words: she writes fiction whenever she has a free moment, teaches writing at a community college and is known to binge read fantasy novels. When she manages to pry herself away from the words, she can often be found hiking, swimming, gardening or telling people to save the bees. Read her words at https://saracodair.com/.
Nate Ealy is a recent graduate of Grove City College where he obtained a degree in history. In his free time Nate likes to write short stories and watch football. Some of his stories have been published in Flash Fiction Magazine, Siren's Call eZine, and Massacre Magazine. He blogs semi-frequently at: swallowedbymonsters.wordpress.com.
Kevin Z. Garvey’s fiction has appeared or is upcoming at InfectiveINk, Thuglit, Shotgun Honey, Spinetingler and other publications. In addition to writing, Garvey is an award winning combat sports ring announcer and is a member of the NJ State Martial Arts Hall of Fame. You can visit him on the web at kevinzgarvey.com.
William Gilmer is a writer and poet with a penchant (attention span) for short form and abstract styles. He lives in Michigan with his lovingly acquired family, obligatory cat, and odd curios. Look for his upcoming works in Transmundane Press’ After the Happily Ever After anthology and 200CCs. Follow him @willwritethings
Marissa LaPorte is a student currently attending Grand Valley State University. She recently returned from studying abroad in England. LaPorte has been a winner and a finalist for many flash fiction and short story contests held on the writing website Figment.com and she was a runner up the “Letter’s About Literature Contest" held in Lansing, Michigan. https://www.facebook.com/Marissa-LaPorte-1155504271147092/
Lora Rivera Post-MFA from the University of Arizona, Lora worked as a literary agent, children's biographer, and crepe maker. Today, she develops online trainings for child welfare professionals and is the Vice President of a local climbing nonprofit. Her work has recently appeared in The Voices Project, Blink Ink, FLAPPERHOUSE, The Chattahoochee Review, and the Eastern Iowa Review. On Twitter and Insta at @lroseriver.
Bill Wetzel is an emissary of the masses who has been interviewed by the Washington Post, Esquire, Indian Country Media Today, & other outlets. He is the curator of the Good Oak Bar Reading Series & a co-curator of Edge Reading Series. He is a co-founder of IndigiPress & the founder of the Stjukshon Indigenous reading series. Wetzel is a member of the Blackfeet Tribe, & a 2016 Peripheral Poet. Follow him on twitter @billthebutcher2