A Algira lives in Gooding, ID. He has several chapbooks of prose and poetry, including "Blue Fairy", "Triangle Footnotes", and "My Pleasure's Tears".
Mark Angus has been building acoustical guitars for over 30 years, and playing them for even longer. He lives in Laguna Beach, CA.
William Barker has a new studio in Prescott, Arizona. You can see new work and message him at Facebook/alaVoid, buy vintage and recent products at etsy.com/ shop/AlaVoidDistribution or read a history at Wikipedia.org/Schwa_(art).
Loyola Landry is a native of California. He can run 5 miles flat out, before his hands start to go numb -- just like Jason Bourne. You can find more of his work at fictionaut.com/users/loyola-landry
_Josh Maday lives in Michigan. His work has appeared in elimae, New York Tyrant, Barrelhouse, NANO Fiction, Action Yes, Lamination Colony, and elsewhere. www.joshmaday.com
J.S. Breukelaar’s fiction and poetry has appeared in numerous online and print magazines, notably, G(ob)bet Magazine, New Dead Families, Opium Magazine, Retort Magazine, Dogzplot and others. Her collection, Ink, came out in 2011 (Les Editions du Zaparogue) and her novels, Blue Moves, and American Monster, are being sold in NYC. To find out more about her, go to www.thelivingsuitcase.com.
Gary Cohen is a London-based street photographer. Find more of his work at http://streetographer.com
Molly Crabapple is a fine artist and illustrator who lives in New York, NY. Her work has appeared in places like Marvel Comics, the New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal. She is the Creator of Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School. See more of her work at www.mollycrabapple.com
CM Evans is an illustrator, writer and cartoonist who lives in Irvine, CA. More of his work can be found at http://cmevans.magic-servers.com/main.asp and http://giganticjet.blogspot.com/
Geraint Evans grew up in Swansea, Wales and studied at the Royal Academy of Arts, London. He has exhibited widely both in the UK and abroad and lectures on the MA Fine Art programme at Wimbledon College of Art, University of the Arts London. His paintings, drawings, and articles can be seen at www.geraintevans.net.
_Robert Funge was born and raised in San Francisco. A dead arm and the curveball ended his dream of a baseball career. Robert is the author of three books of poetry: "The Lie the Lamb Knows", "Daughter", and "The Passage". He passed away in March of 2013, 81 years old, a longtime resident of San Carlos, CA.
_Cliff Fyman lives in New York, in the East Village. His poetry and prose appear on-line at Napalm Health Spa and Not Enough Night.
Latif Harris has been a part of the S.F. Beat/Renaissance since 1959. He edited and published the Beatitude Golden Anniversary 1959-2009, including the 111 page City Lights 1960 compilation of the first poems, in the original mimeographed sheets. He was the editor and publisher of ANTE, a letterpress quarterly 1963. He lives in S.F. with his wife Alpha in the Lower Haight. His recent book "Bodhisattva's Busted Truth" has gone to a second edition in 2011.
Barbara Henning lives in NYC. Her most recent work are two collections of poetry and prose, A Swift Passage (Quale Press) and Cities & Memory (Chax Press). She teaches for Naropa University and Long Island University in Brooklyn where she is Professor Emerita.
Darby Hudson is a writer and illustrator who lives in Melbourne, Australia. His work has appeared in greeting cards, magazines, newspapers, billboards, and department store windows. His handmade books appear in San Francisco, Paris, and Vancouver.
Patrick Irelan is the author of two family memoirs: Central Standard and A Firefly in the Night. His most recent book is Reruns, a collection of short stories. Another book of his short stories will appear in the fall of 2013.
_Helen Koukoutsis lives in Sydney, Australia. Her poems have appeared online and in print at Eureka Street, Nebu[lab], Buddhist Poetry Review, Poetrix, and Studio: A Journal of Christians Writing.
Born in a caul, Peter Marti swears it’s not his fault. If there’s a chink in his armor it’s memory, if there’s a party in his head it’s for charity (tickets still available) and if you’ve made it this far go to firstname.lastname@example.org
Troy Paiva, AKA Lost America has been shooting the abandoned American West at night, by the light of the full moon, since 1989.
Jack Peppers has been published in many places on and off the web. He lives in Chicago, IL and Newport Beach, CA.
Mira Maria Ptacin is a Maine-based creative nonfiction and children’s book author. She is the founder of Freerange Nonfiction, a Manhattan and Maine-based reading series and storytelling collective. Her latest novel, "Poor Your Soul" is coming out January 12, 2016 with Soho Press.
Alekzandrea Reyes is from San Diego, CA. and a graduate of California State University, San Marcos. She works in drawing, painting, photography, and film. More of her work can be found at alekzandrea reyes
Melvin P. Shirley
Melvin Paul Shirley has lived for over 25 years in the OMI Excelsior Neighborhood of San Francisco, and does most of his work on an Apple Macintosh II Plus computer using HyperCard, MacPaint, and MacWrite.
Kevin Spaide is from Auburn, New York. His stories have been published in Atticus Review, Witness, Per Contra, Frigg and several other publications. The first two chapters of his novel “Zero” appear in Sententia 3. He lives in Madrid with his wife and son.
April Solomon is a freelance artist, illustrator and muralist. Find more of her work here. She lives in Laugna Beach.
J. Ryan Stradal
J. Ryan Stradal’s writing has also appeared in Hobart, The Los Angeles Review of Books, The Rumpus, The Rattling Wall, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, Knee - Jerk Magazine, and
Joyland, among other places. He lives in Los Angeles.
PEP Traveler has no home, and goes where he pleases, like the swallows of San Juan Cap.
Jack Walsh is a recovering lawyer living in Laguna Beach by way of NYC, via San Francisco, and Portland. Jack previously served as Board Chair for the Portland Institute of Contemporary Art (PICA) and is now exploring his artistry in both words and wood.
Connie Willis is an American science fiction writer. She has won eleven Hugo Awards and seven Nebula Awards. Willis recently won a Hugo Award for Blackout/All Clear (August 2011), in 2012 she was named a Damon Knight Memorial Grand Master. She was inducted to the Science Fiction Museum and Science Fiction Hall of Fame in 2009.
Photograph by G. Mark Lewis
Cara Winter is a Chicago-based screenwriter and playwright. She is currently working on a short film, two TV pilots, and a new play. www.cara-winter.com