George Anderson grew up in Montreal and now lives in Wollongong, Australia. He has published widely in mainstream and alternative magazines over the last six years. In 2008 you will find more of his work on Ken*Again, Lit Chaos, Yellow Mama, Red Fez, Literary Tonic, Hecale, Bolts of Silk and many others. He edits the student poetry journal Ephemeral now in its fifth print edition.
Darin C Bradley holds an M.A. in Literature and Literary Criticism and a Ph.D. in Poetics. When not teaching courses on writing and literature, he edits fiction for the experimental ezine Farrago's Wainscot as well as literary fiction and poetry for Drollerie Press. His creative work has appeared in or is forthcoming from Electric Velocipede, Paper Cities: An Anthology of Urban Fantasy, Diet Soap, 3:AM Magazine, Abyss & Apex, Astropoetica, and Bewildering Stories. His nonfiction has appeared in or is forthcoming from The Internet Review of Science Fiction, Strange Horizons, The Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts, and Membra Disjecta.
John Brewer is an English artist working in early photographic processes. He has had work published in several national and regional publications and has represented an award winning theatre company. He is particularly interested in, and influenced by, the Dada and Surrealism movements. His website is www.johnbrewerphotography.com
B Drew Collier pilfers bits of light and dark from forgotten drawers and covets the noises that words make in your head.
Juliet Cook is a poet and the editor of Blood Pudding Press. A few of her recent publication credits include 'DIAGRAM', 'OCTOPUS', 'Sein Und Werden', 'ditch', and 'Prick of the Spindle'. She is a Pushcart Prize nominee and currently has a poem representing in Sundress Publications Best of the Net 2007 Anthology. Various of her print chapbooks can be procured from Blood Pudding Press. Her first e-chapbook, 'Projectile Vomit', will be published soon by Scantily Clad Press. Another print chapbook, 'Heart Urchin' is forthcoming from Trainwreck Press.
Carrie Crow is a New York City based photographer. Her photographs can be found at LINK in collaboration with poet, John Greiner.
Fabian Delecto is a young pseudonym living in Hollywood, where he works as a government scientist studying the aesthetics of plague. His two most recent novels, Bornless and Dark Bout, have yet to find publishers, but he knows some kids with spraypaint cans and is looking for a few blank walls.
Tyler Enfield's writing recently won the 2008 Writers Federation of New Brunswick Literary Award and was shortlisted for the 2007 Prism International Non-Fiction Award. Additionally, it has appeared in Unlimited, Existere Journal, Edmonton Journal, Feathertale, Radical Spirit, Knowing Stones and elsewhere.
Kyle Ferguson is an advanced doctoral student in clinical psychology. He has published nearly 50 works of nonfiction, five of which are books. The book he co-wrote, The Psychology of B.F. Skinner, was named one of the outstanding books of 2002-2003 by Choice. The Japanese translation appeared last December. Among others, his poems appear in the magazines, St. Anthony Messenger, Merge, Quills, and Sein undWerden.
Irene Frenkel is an artist whose astonishing fantasy is immediately recognized once you have seen her works. A rich universe of powerful forms in their whimsical relationships appears before the eyes of those who are open to anything unusual requiring creativity and free flights of imagination. Her art reveals dynamic space whose living matter perpetually generates novelty, the universe whose mutability challenges common sense and opens new perspectives.
Genna Gardini lives in South Africa and has a very useful degree in Drama and English. She has been published in various South African journals and won the Douglas Livingstone Prize for Poetry and the Poetry Africa Schools Competition in 2004.
Suzanne Grazyna is a stage actor from California. Her work will be appearing in wicked alice, blossombones and ECTOPLASMIC NECROPOLIS.
Arden Eli Hill's publishing credits include, Willow Springs, Ghoti Magazine, The Hollin's Critic, Breath and Shadow, Best Gay Erotica 2008, Slow Dancing to Invisible Music, and the anthology First Person Queer.
Mark Howard Jones lives in Cardiff and has had stories published in magazines, websites and anthologies on both sides of the Atlantic. His novella "The Garden Of Doubt On The Island Of Shdows" is published by ISMs Press. His new eBook "Against the Wall" can be downloaded free from www.screamingdreams.com
Emma Lee's poetry collection "Yellow Torchlight and the Blues" was published byOriginal Plus. Many of her short stories have been published in magazinesin the US, UK, on-line and included in anthologies, notably "Extended Play"from Elastic Press. She can be found on myspace at www.myspace.com/teamlee.
Michael Loughrey's short fiction has featured in Sein und Werden, Showcase @ Laura Hird, Word Riot, Hobart, Underground Voices, 5_Trope, Zygote In My Coffee, Dogmatika, Aesthetica, Serendipity, Aphelion, Byzarium, The Future Fire, Raging Face, and Half-Cut Publications/Leper Colony.One of his short stories was recently voted one of the StorySouth Million Writers most notable short stories of 2007.
Marc Lowe is a frequent contributor to SuW. His work has appeared in a variety of publications, and he is an Associate Editor for the online experimental multimedia journal Mad Hatters' Review Please visit his website at www.malo23.com for more information.
Michael Murray thinks that listening to Portishead is an excellent way of passing an afternoon - does not believe in the third person, or biographies - but then Michael Murray is only a fabrication after all. So that's a relief.
By day, Louise Norlie plows through miles of traffic to crunch numbers and shuffle papers in a windowless cubicle. By night, she dreams of better things. Her fiction and nonfiction have appeared in a various publications online and in print, including Juked and Dark Reveries. Her work is upcoming in Mad Hatter's Review and an anthology published by Dead Letter Press. Updates on her publications can be found at http://louise-norlie.livejournal.com.
Peter Schwartz is a painter, poet and writer. He's also an associate art editor for Mad Hatters' Review. His artwork can be seen all over the Internet but specifically at LINK He's had hundreds of paintings, poems, and stories published both online and in print and is constantly submitting new work as if his very life depended on it. His last show was at the Amsterdam Whitney Gallery in Chelsea NYC.
Andrew Taylor is the Associate Editor of the online literary magazine Menda City Review. His work, both fiction and non-fiction, has appeared in Ellery Queen, Pindeldyboz, Mad Hatter's Review, Menda City Review, Peridot Books, The Cafe Irreal, American Book Review, Ghetto Blaster Magazine, The Brooklyn Rail, Cyrano's Journal, and Anime Insider. He lives in Brooklyn, NYC.
Willie Smith is deeply ashamed of being human. His work celebrates this horror. He is reasonably clean, fairly sober, does not have a driver's license and has never in his life owned a carn a gun or a television. His novel OEDIPUS CADET is available through www.amazon.com. The chef recommends "Spider Fuck," free of charge, archived in issue #9 of Andrei Codrescu's EXQUISITE CORPSE.
The enigmatic Mr Wink was born in 1984 in the 'Fine' City of Norwich, England. His poetry is routed in real life experiences and the complications of life, reflecting both the sacred and the mundane He has been previously published in Concrete, Zygote in my Coffee and Aesthetica magazine.