DECEMBER 2010 (Vol. 3, No. 6)


Eric Arnold lives in Dallas, mostly, where he studies medecine. He has a few poetry publications pending in New York Quarterly and The Labletter. He has also published short fiction in journals such as Elimae and Pindeldyboz.

Mark Bonica is often mistaken about the nature of stars, but finds they usually correct him when he is. He is the founder of the speculative fiction writing group Imaginaries and blogs at The Recalcitrant Egg. His poetry and fiction have appeared in a variety of online and print publications.
R. Joseph Capet is a graduate student in French-English translation at Concordia University in Montréal where he currently resides with his wife. His immediate ambitions include graduating, completing a play on the life of Judas Iscariot, and obtaining Canadian citizenship. More of his work is featured in Word in the World.
A teacher by day, poetry has developed into a great passion for Jim Davis. His first collection, Heavy, went to press with Mi-te Press in June 2010. First selections from his current work in progress, tentatively titled The Grind, have appeared or are forthcoming in The Caper Literary Journal, The Orange Room Review, and Disingenuous Twaddle, among others.
Joseph M. Gant is a scientific glassblower by trade and a writer by nature. His work has appeared in numerous underground and academic zines and journals. He currently edits poetry for Gloom Cupboard and Sex and Murder Magazine. His first full length collection if forthcoming with Rebel Satori Press.
Karl Miller graduated from the University of Florida, works in insurance, and lives in Coral Springs, Florida. His poems and fiction have appeared in a variety of publications over the last few years.
Matt Santateresa lives, writes, and teaches in Montreal. He has been published in literary magazines and journals such as Prism, The Antigonish Review, Qwerty, and CVII, among others. He is currently working on a fourth volume of poetry.