Richard Crary blogs about books, politics, and music at The Existence Machine. He lives in Baltimore.
Matthew Cheney has published fiction and nonfiction with a wide variety of venues, including One Story, Locus, Rain Taxi, and Web Conjunctions. He is a regular columnist for the online magazine Strange Horizons and the series editor for Best American Fantasy (Prime Books). He also runs the literary weblog The Mumpsimus.
Scott Esposito’s writing has appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Small Spiral Notebook, The Chattahoochee Review, Boldtype, and the Rain Taxi Review of Books, among others. He blogs at Conversational Reading.
Anne Fernald is the author of the litblog Fernham and of the book Virginia Woolf: Feminism and the Reader (Palgrave). She teaches English at Fordham University in New York City.
Garth Risk Hallberg is the author of A Field Guide to the North American Family (Mark Batty Publisher). His short story, “Early Humans,” will appear in Best New American Voices 2008 (Harcourt/Harvest Books). Other recent publications include Glimmer Train, Canteen, and Evergreen Review. Allegedly a master of fine arts, he lives in Brooklyn and contributes regularly to The Millions.
John Haney’s art can be found in several private and corporate collections. His works have also been reproduced in print media and on the web.
Contributing editor Barrett Hathcock’s work has appeared in the Colorado Review, the MacGuffin, and the Birmingham Weekly. Read his essay “Howdy Neighbor” from issue 6 here.
Callie Miller is a writer living in Los Angeles. She is the Books Editor for LAist and runs the litblog Counterbalance.
Contributing editor Elizabeth Wadell’s work can be read in issues 2, 4, and others.
Sarah Weinman is a freelance writer in Manhattan. She blogs about crime and mystery fiction at Confessions of an Idiosyncratic Mind.
A. I. White lives in the book stores of Waterloo, Ontario, and blogs at The Books of My Numberless Dreams.
Antoine Wilson is the author of the novel The Interloper (Handsel Books / Other Press). He lives and surfs in Los Angeles.
Scott Bryan Wilson is a frequent contributor to The Quarterly Conversation.
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