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Niko Eden went from a professional ballroom dancing career, appearing in Assassin’s Creed and Sabado Gigante to joining the US Air Force. She received an achievement medal for her tour in Saudi Arabia. Her photography has been exhibited at Santa Monica College and published in Bahia, Elegant Magazine. Currently, her poetry has been published with Aurora Poetry.

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Un Recuerdo
The Dillydoun Review

Hailing from Salem, Oregon, Micaela Edelson is a passionate writer of poetry and prose that aims to shed light on humanity’s prioritization of profit over people and our constructed relationship with the natural world. Her work has been published in Red Flag international magazine, Humana Obscura literary magazine, The Write Launch, Route 7 Review literary journal, The Showbear Family Circus, and Wild Roof Journal. Website: www.micaelaedelson.com 

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The Smoke from Salem
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Miriam Edelson is a neurodivergent social activist, writer and mother living in Toronto, Canada. Her literary non-fiction, personal essays and commentaries have appeared in The Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, various U.S. and Canadian literary journals and on CBC Radio. Her first book, “My Journey with Jake: A Memoir of Parenting and Disability” was published in April 2000. “Battle Cries: Justice for Kids with Special Needs” appeared in late 2005. She completed a doctorate in 2016 at University of Toronto focused upon Mental Health in the Workplace. Her collection of essays, The Swirl in My Burl, is forthcoming June 2022.

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The Alt-Right and Me
The Dillydoun Review

Jane Ehrenfeld is an educator, lawyer, writer, mediator, and single mom to three daughters, among other things. Her publications include nonfiction essays in The Washington PostQuartz, and The Huffington Post; satirical essays in McSweeney’s Internet Tendency and Slackjaw; and poetry in Prometheus Dreaming and Beyond Words. Her writing can be found at here.

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Story
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Anthony Emerson lives and writes at the edge of the North Maine Woods. His poetry has been published in Visitant and Tiny Seed Journal. His essay on Katahdin and the covid-19 virus was published in the Winter/ Spring issue of Appalachia Journal.

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It’s Back: the McRib
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Casey Epstein-Gross is a writer and student from Tallahassee, Florida and her poems have recently appeared or are forthcoming in Permafrost Magazine, Thin Air Magazine, Soundings East, Up North Lit, Raw Art Review, Chaleur, and Rare Byrd Review.

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Marco Etheridge lives and writes in Vienna, Austria. His short fiction has been featured in many reviews and journals in Canada, the UK, and the USA. Notable recent credits include: In Parentheses, The Thieving Magpie, Ligeia Magazine, The First Line, After Happy Hour Review, Scarlet Leaf Review, Dream Noir, The Opiate Magazine, Cobalt Press, Literally Stories, and Blue Moon Review, amongst many others. His non-fiction work has been featured at Jonah Magazine, The Metaworker, and Route 7. Marco’s third novel, Breaking the Bundles, is available at fine online booksellers.

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Old Talk
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Louis Faber’s work has previously appeared in Atlanta Review, The Poet (UK), Dreich (Scotland), The Alchemy Spoon (UK), Arena Magazine (Australia) Exquisite Corpse, Rattle, Eureka Literary Magazine, Borderlands: the Texas Poetry Review, Midnight Mind, Pearl, Midstream, European Judaism, Greens Magazine, Afterthoughts, The South Carolina Review and Worcester Review, among many others, and has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. A novel remains, forlornly, looking for a home.

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On This Night
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Christaan Felber was born in Los Angeles, California and raised in New Jersey. He currently lives and works in New York City.

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Beasts Live Where Flowers Grow
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Ezra Dan Feldman teaches English and Science and Technology Studies at Williams College. He is the author of Habitat of Stones (Tebot Bach), and his poems have most recently appeared in RHINO, Crazyhorse, Lambda Literary Review, CONSEQUENCE, and Columbia Journal.

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Enlightenment
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Sam Feldman is currently pursuing an MFA in Fiction Writing at Columbia University. His fiction has appeared in The Journal of Wild Culture. He grew up in Wyoming.

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Joe
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Sarah Feldman is a writer and musician. She lives in CA with her husband and son.

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Good Enough
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Gina Ferrara lives in New Orleans. Her poems have appeared in numerous journals including Tar River PoetryDovecote, and The Briar Cliff Review among others. Her latest collection of poems, Weight of the Ripened, was published in early 2020 by Dos Madres Press. She teaches English at Delgado Community College.

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Crows in Hard Consonance
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My Grandmother’s South
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Willow J. Fields (he/him) recently received a bachelor’s degree in Political History from The Evergreen State College, having supplemented his major with Russian culture and folklore literature. At home in Washington State, he maintains a private writing and recording practice while continually striving to incorporate distant subject matters, from Virtual Reality to abnormal psychology, into his passion for fiction.

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A Break-In Reality
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Brian Fountain is a scientist and writer who divides his time between New England and the Pacific Northwest. His work has been published in The Rival and Biology Letters. He is in the final stages of editing his first novel, and manufactures immunoassays to support his literary activities. He lives with a deeply ambivalent rabbit and is an expert on the biology of the pea aphid.

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Bastards
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William J. Francis began his writing journey at the age of 9 when he wrote and read an outrageous story about being abducted by aliens to his 3rd-grade class and was immediately sent to the principal’s office. Since then he has published fiction in several small press magazines and anthologies including Main Street Rag and Black Petals. His nonfiction work has been featured in CBS Techrepublic and Forbes. Currently, he resides in Parker Texas.

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Tastes Like Chicken
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William Frank is an author of 6 books of poetry with an extensive list of performances in and around New York City. When not writing poetry, he enjoys long hours of chess, bingeing on 1950’s Japanese Cinema, taking naps with Scrambles his cat, summering with the Devil, press-ganging the elderly and Sadism. Visit him at TuckfordBunnyPress.

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Uriah
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When Max French was 12 years old, he wrote a poem for English class that was so concerning to the teacher that he ended up in a counselors office to discuss his emotions. For 15 years I have been chasing that level of influence. Find him on Instagram @maxfrenchpoetry.

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Grave
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Susan Hatters Friedman is a psychiatrist specializing in maternal mental health and forensic psychiatry. She is pursuing a Master’s in Crime Fiction at the University of Cambridge, and has studied satire writing with The Second City. Her recent creative writing can be read in The Centifictionist and the Love in the Time of Covid Chronicle. She has always loved fairy tales, but found them difficult to read to her children. 

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Beauty and the Beast Reboot
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Dave Fromm is the author of a sports memoir entitled Expatriate Games and a novel entitled The Duration. He lives in western MA with his wife and kids.

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Taylor Tyler Trailer Fire
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Laura Zinn Fromm is a journalist, editor, and the author of Sweet Survival: Tales of Cooking & Coping, published by Greenpoint Press. She holds an MFA in Fiction from Columbia University. She teaches fiction and creative non-fiction workshops through Sweet Lab Writing Workshops in New York City. A former reporter and editor at Bloomberg Business Week magazine, she is a winner of the Clarion Award and the Newspaper Guild’s Page One Award for Labor Reporting. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Huffington Post, Bloomberg Business Week, and elsewhere.

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Kelsey Fuson is an amateur poet and lover of words. She hopes to change more and more every day.

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My Mother is Unripened Peaches
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