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Emily Blair’s writing has appeared in Gulf Coast, The Gettysburg Review and the Brooklyn Poets Anthology, among other places. She is the recipient of New York Foundation of Arts Fellowships in both Poetry and Fiction.
Edward Hoa is a prose writer living in New York.
Kaitlin Campbell is a civil servant by day, comedian by night, and famous writer in her dreams. She lives in Washington Heights with her parakeet Merle.
Jim Jennings has been having fun with his new blog ancientmariner.world. In it, Jim asks the question: Am I really 75?
Meg Kaizu is a writer and artist based in New York City. Her poetry, fiction, nonfiction and artwork have appeared in anthologies and journals including The Brooklyn Rail and Words Without Borders.
Sheila Kehoe is a native of Baltimore, transplanted to New York over 30 years ago. She has worked in both theatre and interior design and has always escaped her day job by writing a blend of fiction and memoir.
Esther Krivda is a writer living in New York.
Art Lasky is a retired computer programmer, after forty years of writing in COBOL and Assembler, he decided to try writing in English; it’s much harder than it looks. He lives in New York with his wife/muse and regularly visiting grandkids.
Jean Sidebottom is an engineer, writer, editor, and psychic living on Long Island.
Ewan Turner is a native New Yorker and recent graduate of the New School. He is currently working on his first novel.
Ben Umayam moved to New York 40 years ago to write the American Filipino gay short story. He is retired now, having worked for political consultants, and as a waiter, restaurant manager, and chef. He’s still working on that short story.