OCTOBER 2010 (Vol. 3, No. 5)


George Bishop was raised on the Jersey Shore before moving to Florida where he now lives and writes. Recent work has appeared in Philadelphia Stories, Grasslimb Journal, Off The Coast, and The Write Room. His chapbook, Love Scenes, was released by Finishing Line Press in November 2009.

Jason Price Everett was born in 1972. He was educated at Lafayette College, Cornell University, and the University of Paris. He is the author of Unifications, a collection of short prose available from 8th House Publishing. His work has appeared in various literary journals and e-zines. He currently lives in Montreal.
Josh Rapp Learn is not a university professor nor is he the editor of another literary journal. He didn't study creative writing, has but a few publication credits and has won no writing contests. Nonetheless he experiences great swellings of righteousness when declaring he is an artist.
Sankar Roy, originally from India, is a poet, translator, activist and multimedia artist living near Pittsburgh, PA. He is a winner of PEN USA Emerging Voices, a Rosenthal Fellow, a finalist for the Benjamin Franklin Award, winner of the Skipping Stone Award and author of three chapbooks of poetry. Sankar's poems have appeared or are forthcoming in over eighty journals and anthologies. Moon Country, a full-length book is forthcoming from Tebot Bach.
Elmore Snoody is 35 and lives in West Virginia.
J. R. Solonche has been publishing poems in magazines, journals, and anthologies since the early 70s and is coauthor of Peach Girl: Poems for a Chinese Daughter (Grayson Books). He teaches at SUNY Orange in Middletown, New York.