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Contributor Notes

Zozie Beatrie is an English major in Milwaukee. She spends her time writing, working, and bicycling.
Kelley Irmen is currently pursuing her MFA in poetry at Colorado State University. Watching movies when she should be doing schoolwork, she decided to validate her procrastination by making it a series in which the following participants should be acknowledged: Sunshine Dempsey, Crane Giamo, and Brad Vogler.
Meg Johnson's poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Slipstream Magazine, U.S. 1 Worksheets, Left Behind: A Journal of Shock Literature, Asinine Poetry, Pacific Coast Journal, Radioactive Moat, Word Riot, and Blood Lotus. She was born in 1983 and currently lives in Madison, Wisconsin.
Meg Johnson's poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Slipstream Magazine, Left Behind: A Journal of Shock Literature, U.S. 1 Worksheets, Radioactive Moat, Word Riot, Asinine Poetry, and Pacific Coast Journal. She was born in 1983 and currently lives in Madison, Wisconsin. She works in the performing arts.
Meg Johnson's poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Slipstream Magazine, Left Behind: A Journal of Shock Literature, U.S. 1 Worksheets, Radioactive Moat, Word Riot, Asinine Poetry, and Pacific Coast Journal. She was born in 1983 and currently lives in Madison, Wisconsin. She works in the performing arts.
Sergio Ortiz is an educator, poet, and photographer. He has a B.A. in English literature from Inter-American University, and a M.A. in philosophy from World University. His photographs will appear in The Neglected Ration and The Monongahela Review. He was recently published, or is forthcoming in: The Battered Suitcase, Zygote in my Coffee, Right Hand Pointing, Poui: Cave Hill Journal of Creative Writing, Writers' Bloc, and Temenos. Flutter Press published his chapbook, At the Tail End of Dusk (2009).
Heather Palmer holds a Masters of Fine Arts in Writing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and has current or forthcoming work in Willows Wept Review, Lamination Colony, Radioactive Moat, Omphalos 8, elimae, Storyglossia, Everyday Genius, Spork Magazine and more. Her book works include Charlie's Train (the2ndhand) and the forthcoming novel Complements: of Us (Spork Press). She writes and works in Chicago, but hails from Pennsylvania.
Giles Ruffer was born in 1985. He lives in Brighton England. He is the author of a handful of short stories and self-published comics as well as a self-published online-novella. He has a blog at libraryofdust.blogspot.com.
Gregory Sherl is the author of The Oregon Trail is the Oregon Trail (Mud Luscious Press, 2012). He blogs at http://gregorysherl.com.
Gregory Sherl is the author of The Oregon Trail is The Oregon Trail (Mud Luscious Press 2012). His poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Columbia Poetry Review, NYQ, Blue Mesa Review, and Georgetown Review. He co-edits the online poetry journal Vinyl. He can be reached at jesuis.gregory@gmail.com.
Parker Tettleton's work has appeared in Short, Fast, and Deadly, Mud Luscious, > kill author and elimae, among others. His chapbook, Same Opposite, was recently published by Thunderclap Press. He blogs at http://parker-augustlight.blogspot.com.
Parker Tettleton's work has appeared in Short, Fast, and Deadly, Mud Luscious, > kill author and elimae, among others. His chapbook, Same Opposite, was recently published by Thunderclap Press. He blogs at http://parker-augustlight.blogspot.com.
Parker Tettleton's work has appeared in Short, Fast, and Deadly, Mud Luscious, > kill author and elimae, among others. His chapbook, Same Opposite, was recently published by Thunderclap Press. He blogs at http://parker-augustlight.blogspot.com.
Jeanine Webb's work has appeared in ZYZZYVA, the San Diego Writers' 2010 anthology A Year in Ink and on The Latent Print. She likes sci-fi, art history, pirates, percussive guitar and making things. She is planning to go live with the literary magazine she'll be editing, Greater Than Or Equal To, which should exist at http://www.greaterthanzine.com/ sometime this summer or early fall.
Jeanine Webb's work has appeared in The Antioch Review, ZYZZYVA, the San Diego Writers' 2010 anthology A Year in Ink and is forthcoming in The Latent Print. She likes sci-fi, art history, pirates, robots, percussive guitar and making things. She is planning to go live with the literary magazine she'll be editing, Greater Than Or Equal To, which should exist at http://www.greaterthanzine.com sometime this summer.