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Contributor Notes

J. David Bell's work has appeared in such periodicals as Third Reader, Gander Press Review, The Squirrel Cage, Word Catalyst, and The Queen City Review.
J. Bradley invented revenge in the year 104 CE. He loves like a empty wallet on a first date. Numerous traditional and online journals featured his work. Ampersand Books will publish his first full poetry collection, Dodging Traffic, Fall 2009. J. Bradley's blog is Failure Loves Company.
P. Edward Cunningham comes from a county named after a beaver. He edits Radioactive Moat and currently serves as Asst. Managing Editor of the literary magazine, SLAB. He writes screenplays and poems and some of those poems have appeared in or are forthcoming in Open Thread Quarterly, Ghoti/Fish, and Neon. A book of essays, This Boy / This Broom, will be published by BatCat Press later this year. He blogs at http://yellowlightbulbs.blogspot.com/.
P. Edward Cunningham comes from a county named after a beaver. He edits Radioactive Moat and currently serves as Asst. Managing Editor of the literary magazine, SLAB. He writes screenplays and poems and some of those poems have appeared in or are forthcoming in Open Thread Quarterly, Ghoti/Fish, and Neon. A book of essays, This Boy / This Broom, will be published by BatCat Press later this year. He blogs at http://yellowlightbulbs.blogspot.com/.
P. Edward Cunningham comes from a county named after a beaver. He edits Radioactive Moat and currently serves as Asst. Managing Editor of the literary magazine, SLAB. He writes screenplays and poems and some of those poems have appeared in or are forthcoming in Open Thread Quarterly, Ghoti/Fish, and Neon. A book of essays, This Boy / This Broom, will be published by BatCat Press later this year. He blogs at http://yellowlightbulbs.blogspot.com/.
José Díaz is a graduate of Temple University currently residing in Seattle - "because he "felt like it." He is currently using his B.A. in Anthropology to pull coffee in a brunch cafe. He operates and maintains one blogger, one wordpress, one tumblr, three myspace, three twitter, and too many gmail accounts to recall--all of little note. Except www.rubpawpress.com. He can be reached at strawberrydiaz@gmail.com.
Donald Dunbar lives in Portland, Oregon, and has a blog called spare the.
Howie Good, a journalism professor at the State University of New York at New Paltz and the author of nine poetry chapbooks, has just had his first full-length collection of poems, Lovesick, published by Press Americana. For more information, visit www.americanpopularculture.com/press_americana.htm.
Tammy Ho Lai-ming is a Hong Kong-born writer currently based in London, United Kingdom. She is an assistant poetry editor of Sotto Voce Magazine and a founding co-editor of Cha: An Asian Literary Journal, the first Hong Kong-based online literary publication. Her photography has previously been published or is forthcoming in BluePrintReview, Counterexample Poetics, Foundling Review, Ouroboros Review, Postal Poetry, Stirring and Toward the Light: Journal of Reflective Word and Image, among other places. More at www.sighming.com.
Laura LeHew lives in sunny (that's irony) Eugene, Oregon with her mostly unevil husband and eight cats; which she supposes makes her a crazy cat lady. She is an award winning poet whose poems have appeared or are forthcoming in A cappella Zoo, Eating Her Wedding Dress: A Collection of Clothing Poems from Ragged Sky Press, Gargoyle Magazine, Her Mark Calendar '07 & '09, Pank, and 2010 edition of the Syracuse Cultural Workers' Women Artists Datebook. Her chapbook, Beauty, was published by Tiger's Eye Press in 2009. She received an MFA in writing from the California College of the Arts, a residency from Soapstone, interned for CALYX Journal and was nominated for a Pushcart prize. In her spare time she edits Uttered Chaos.

Andrew Lundwall is the managing editor of Scantily Clad Press. Recent poems have appeared in La Petite Zine, RealPoetik, L4: The Journal of the New American Epigram (!), Robot Melon, Tight, and Action, Yes. He has released three chapbooks, klang, honorable mention, and funtime, a collaboration with Adam Fieled.
Corey Mesler has published prose and poetry in Turnrow, Adirondack Review, American Poetry Journal, Paumanok Review, Blood Orange, Barnwood, Yankee Pot Roast, Monday Night, Elimae, H_NGM_N, Center, Poet Lore, Forklift OH, Euphony, Rattle, Jabberwock Review, Tarpaulin Sky, The Pinch, Smartish Pace, and others. He can be found online at www.coreymesler.com.
Christopher Mulrooney has written poems in Caesura, The Broadkill Review, Drunken Boat, and The Delinquent.
Timothy Raymond grew up in southeastern Wyoming. Currently he studies contemporary American literature at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where he also teaches writing. His stories have appeared or are forthcoming in Necessary Fiction, The Northville Review, The Battered Suitcase, Word Riot, Writers' Bloc, and others.
Ethel Rohan's work appears or is forthcoming in elimae; PANK; DOGZPLOT; Storyglossia; Word Riot; mud luscious; Ghoti Magazine; Identity Theory; Anemone Sidecar; and (So New) Necessary Fiction, among others. Her blog is www.straightfromtheheartinmyhip.blogspot.com.
Brittany Wallace is a 22 year-old student at Kent State University in Ohio. She lives with her friends and her cat, and spends most of her time with her friends and her cat. More of her poetry can be found at kilakilakila.blogspot.com.
Janet Yung's fiction has appeared in several on-line publications including, eMuse, Cynic On Line, Post Card Shorts, and Shoots and Vines.