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Cian Jordan Quinn is a 27-year-old native of Tipperary, Ireland. He has lived and worked in Andalucia, Spain for the past 5 years. He has had pieces placed in The OFI Press and The Glad Rag.

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The Three Stages of Nerja
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MarieAnn C. Raguso wrote the screenplay for the independent film, “Revival of Darkness,” under the pseudonym MarieAnn Rosko in 2007. The most recent publication she was featured in was Hinnom Magazine Issue 004 for her short fiction story, “The Atlantow” in 2017. She has an MFA in Creative Writing, and oddly enough, starts her Ph.D. in Criminal Justice: Behavioral Science (a.k.a. Forensic Psychologist) this year. (www. marieanncraguso .com)

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Drive Away
The Dillydoun Review

Lending Family Money
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Aditi Ramaswamy, more often than not has their head in the clouds, which is significantly less idyllic and more paranoia-inducing than it sounds. When they are not living in existential dread, they are coding, baking flower-themed desserts, and writing about history. Find them on Twitter: @AditiRamaswamy.

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An NYC native Philip L. Redo is a former broadcaster in both commercial and public radio/tv. Articles of his have appeared in several publications including an OpEd in the Boston Globe. He lives in Maine.

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The Pipe
The Dillydoun Review

Nine Reed-Mera is a Spanish writer and scientist studying at Bard College at Simon’s Rock.  

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The Nonexistent
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Kevin Reigle has previously been published in the Pensworth Review. He works at the University of the Cumberlands.

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On the Line
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The Barn
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James Reilly was born in New York City, and now resides in the Hudson Valley. He has been writing poetry for several years, working in a variety of forms and styles.

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Liquid Therapy
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Juanita Rey is a Dominican poet who has been in this country for five years. Her work has been published in Pennsylvania English, Opiate Journal, Petrichor Machine, and Porter Gulch Review.

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Parking Spot
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Rob Reynolds‘s comic novel Wire Mother Monkey Baby was published in 2017 by Outpost19, a small, independent publisher in San Francisco. His stories have appeared widely including the Tampa Review, Kennesaw Review, Vestal Review, flashquake, Mad Hatter’s Review, and Hobart Pulp. “What You Can Learn in a Bar” was anthologized in Ooligan Press’s You Have Time for This: Contemporary American Short-Short Stories.  He’s a former Contributing Associate and Contributing Editor of the Harvard Review and the Boston Book Review.

In what seems like a previous life, he taught English at Tom Petty’s alma mater, Gainesville High School. He’s lived in Austin, Texas, since 1994 and is a big fan of cats, dogs, and children.

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Another Relationship Story
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When not writing poetry or prose, Brandan Roberts (33) makes a living as a museum curator and an administrative specialist at the University of Maine at Augusta. He also tends to be working on his degree in ethnography and folklore. Brandan lives in Maine with his fiancée, daughter, silver pheasants, turtle, and four cats.

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First published with a second place in the 2017 Heroes’ Voices National Veterans Poetry Contest, David Rogers has also placed poems in Metonym Literary Journal and Voices de la Luna. A memoir of his time in the anti-war movement while being active duty in the military, Peaceful Meridian: Sailing Into War, Protesting At Home, was published in 2020. He lives outside Denver, Colorado.

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Lies About My Birth
The Dillydoun Review

Benjamin Rose is a poet born and raised in Washington, D.C.

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Shire Music
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Lament For The Afghans
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Kira Rosemarie is a writer and artist from Kentucky currently living in South Florida. She writes short fiction and poetry and was last published on Sad Girls Club Literary Blog.

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The Glue on Their Spines
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Kimmo Rosenthal has turned from a career in mathematics to writing. His work has appeared in the U.S. and internationally, and he has a Pushcart Prize nomination. His most recent works are in The Fib Review, The Ekphrastic Review, Hinterland, After the Art, The RavensPerch, MacQueen’s Quinterly, The Decadent Review, and The Closed Eye Open (Maya’s Micros).

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Alejandra’s Lilac Shroud
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