Issue 13: Contributors

Ana Balka is a copy editor, writer, and songwriter living in Kiln, Mississippi and Atlanta, Georgia with her husband and their cat and dog, Lisa and Lou. Ana is associate editor of the Bay St. Louis, Mississippi webzine The Shoofly.

Devon Balwit, a poet and educator from Portland, Oregon, says: … view

Issue 10 Contributors

Atlanta History Kenan Research Center preserves extensive primary source holdings for the study of Atlanta, the surrounding region and the nation during the Civil War. The military history library holdings also include publications on the American Revolution, World War I and World War II.

Glen Armstrong holds an … view

Issue 11 Contributors

Cameron Adams says, “Taking candid photos in public places has been my practice for more than twenty years. Luck is a silent partner, and I honor that good fortune by respecting the dignity of my subjects. This goes beyond no ‘cheap shots’ to working stealthily and quickly. There’s an … view

Issue 7 Contributors

Brian Bannon is an Atlanta comedian turned writer. He self-released a stand-up album titled “Rolling Stephen Hawking Up a Hill” and was twice a finalist in Creative Loafing‘s fiction contest.

Jess Bernhart is a poet from Atlanta, Georgia. Her poetry draws from post-modernist philosophy, the body, memory, time, and make-believe. … view

Issue 1 Contributors


G.K. Abigail writes fantasy and SF that revolves around the role of mythology in everyday life. This issue’s tale is G.K.’s first published work.

Julian Cage is a deeply cynical man who trolls the crime news of metro Atlanta. From it he creates fast-paced, character-driven mystery-thriller fiction. These novels … view