Allen Ashley's next book will be "Dreaming Spheres - Poems of the Solar System", co-written with Sarah Doyle and due from PS Publishing's Stanza imprint in September 2014. You can also read one of his flash fictions at the following link: http://www.thecasket.co.uk/tubeflash/choose-you-masks/
Russ Bickerstaff is a professional theatre critic and aspiring author living in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with his wife and two daughters. An evolving catalogue of his published short fictions can be found at his online Internarrational Where Port at http://ru3935.wix.com/russ-bickerstaff
Alessandra Bava lives and works in the Eternal city. She is the author of two bilingual chapbooks NOCTURNE and GUERRILLA BLUES. Her first US published chapbook, THEY TALK ABOUT DEATH, is now available from Blood Pudding Press. Her forthcoming chapbook will be released by Dancing Girl Press. Her poems have appeared in several magazines: Plath Profiles, THRUSH Poetry Journal, Empty Mirror and Left Curve. She is currently writing the biography of a contemporary American poet.
Cecelia Chapman is an American artist working in video, graphic design and text. www.ceceliachapman.com
Clockhouse London Writers was started in October 2012 by Allen Ashley as an advanced writing group focusing on the broad science fiction/ fantasy / horror / slipstream field. The Clockhouse writers have since achieved a whole swathe of publication success, both individually and as a group. Please address membership and other enquiries to Allen on firstname.lastname@example.org
Robert Cole is fiction editor for Similar Peaks and his writing has appeared or is forthcoming in Skidrow Penthouse, Menacing Hedge, THIS Literary Magazine, Thirteen Myna Birds, Sein und Werden and elsewhere. His collaborative chapbook with Juliet Cook will be published later this year by Hyacinth Girl Press. He currently lives and works in Oklahoma City.
B. Drew Collier is still trying to get Cappiello's devils out of the house. They act like they're leaving, but they linger over goodbyes and constantly forget their sunglasses or cell phones in the other room and, really, they just won't leave.
Juliet Cook's poetry has appeared in a peculiar multitude of literary publications, most recently including Arsenic Lobster, Jet Fuel Review, Menacing Hedge, Pretty Owl Poetry, and Tarpaulin Sky Press. She is a multiple time Pushcart Prize Nominee and has had a poem selected for inclusion in Sundress Publications Best of the Net. She is the author of more than thirteen published poetry chapbooks, most recently including FONDANT PIG ANGST (Slash Pine Press), Tongue Like a Stinger (Wheelhouse), POST-STROKE (Blood Pudding Press for Dusie Kollektiv 5), Thirteen Designer Vaginas (Hyacinth Girl Press), and POISONOUS BEAUTYSKULL LOLLIPOP (Grey Book Press). A new collaborative poetry chapbook by Juliet Cook and Robert Cole, MUTANT NEURON CODEX SWARM, is forthcoming from Hyacinth Girl Press in 2014. Juliet's first full-length poetry book, "Horrific Confection", was published by BlazeVOX. In addition to her own writing, Juliet is the editor/publisher of Blood Pudding Press (print) and Thirteen Myna Birds (online). You can find out more at www.JulietCook.weebly.com.
Jeff Crouch is an internet artist living in Texas with many blogs. Google him.
Sean Gill is a writer and filmmaker who has studied with Werner Herzog and Juan Luis Buñuel, followed public defenders for National Geographic, and was an artist-in-residence at the Bowery Poetry Club from 2011-2012. His fiction may be found in Sein und Werden ("Glamourama" issue), Eclectica Magazine, The Journal of Experimental Fiction, and the Clackamas Literary Review. www.seangillfilms.com
Joseph Goosey - I (or third person, but, you know who I am and I'm writing as though I'm still talking to you) am currently in Southern Pines, North Carolina where I (he) read(s) court records in exchange for capital. I (or he) dropped or failed out of the MFA program at George Mason University. My (or his) work has shown up in various magazines, trash cans, and drawers. He was not selected for inclusion in the pole dancing competition at an R.Kelly show.
Suzanne Grażyna is a Shakespearean actor in California. Her chapbook 'flight' was published by dancing girl press, and she has a poem in Sein Und Werden's Sein Cos Tan issue, among other various publications.
Esther Greenleaf Murer lives in Philadelphia. She has been writing poetry all her life, but got serious about learning the craft when she turned 70. Since then her poems have appeared in numerous webzines, most recently in KIN, where she was featured poet in the June 2014 issue. Her first collection, Unglobed Fruit, appeared in 2011. Links to many of her poems may be found at http://LINKesthergreenleafmurer.blogspot.com
j/j hastain is a collaborator, writer and maker of things. j/j performs ceremonial gore. Chasing and courting the animate and potentially enlivening decay that exists between seer and singer, j/j, simply, hopes to make the god/dess of stone moan and nod deeply through the waxing and waning seasons of the moon. j/j hastain is the inventor of The Mystical Sentence Projects and is author of several cross-genre books including the trans-genre book libertine monk (Scrambler Press), The Non-Novels (forthcoming, Spuyten Duyvil) and The Xyr Trilogy: a Metaphysical Romance of Experimental Realisms. j/j's writing has most recently appeared in Caketrain, Trickhouse, The Collagist, Housefire, Bombay Gin, Aufgabe and Tarpaulin Sky.
Harold Heath is the boldest new poet in Brighton. Of indeterminate description, other than that he is heavily bearded, Harold Heath has been generating 'buzz' with his poetry for a few months, though he is unpublished online. Instead, he leaves it to his muse, one Joanna "Of Kent", to handle his online affairs through this account. His poetry, often short, remains dense with meaning and must be deciphered, lending itself to repeat readings.
Mark Howard Jones lives in Cardiff. His 2006 novella The Garden Of Doubt On The Island Of Shadows (ISMs Press) drew praise from Ray Bradbury, among others. He is the author of the collections Songs From Spider Street (SD Publishing, 2010) and Brightest Black (SD publishing, 2013) and editor of the anthology Cthulhu Cymraeg: Lovecraftian Tales From Wales (SD Publishing, 2014).
Rachel Klein is an NYC-based theater director and choreographer. Off-Broadway directing credits include The Anthem and Around the World in 80 Days; other directing credits include Carrie: Blood, Fire, and Ballet, The Dead Dream Machine, Symphony of Shadows, and The Tragedy of Maria Macabre. www.rachelkleinproductions.com
Jennifer MacBain-Stephens attended NYU but has spent a large part of her life moving up and down I-95 and I-80 in the Midwest and recently moved to the DC area. She is the author of the chapbook "Clotheshorse," (Finishing Line Press, forthcoming, 2014,) and the chapbook "Every Her Dies" (ELJ Publications, forthcoming 2014.) She has written four YA non-fiction books (Rosen Publishing) and has many poems published online and in print. Her work has been nominated for Best of the Net and has appeared in public places in Iowa. Recent work can be seen/ is forthcoming at The Blue Hour, NonBinary Review, Vector Press, The Golden Walkman, Split Rock Review, Toad Suck Review, and Hobart. For a complete list of publications and other odds and ends visit: http://jennifermacbainstephens.wordpress.com/
More of Karen Preston's art can be found at: http://www.karenprestondesigns.com/art/4.html
Rachel Rodman is a science and fiction writer, based in the American South.
For around ten years, Nelly Sanchez has been making cut-outs. She has been published in journals such as Mung Being, Temporel... She has also participed in exhibitions : in 2012, at Paris -"Femmes/Hommes. Stéréotypes à l'oeuvre", galerie ABB (Belleville, Paris)-, in 2013, at Pézenas (Hérault, France) and in 2014 at Mestre (Italia) - "Quand saro più grande", La Casa della Renna- and Dieppe (Seine-Maritime, France). She has also illustrated writings like La Falaise était nue (Bernard Baritaud). Her artwork can be seen at http://nellysanchez.com
Scherezade Siobhan is a Jungian gypsy of Indian/Catalan/Afghan origins. She is a writer/poet/psychologist who is perennially immersed in fernweh.Her work has been published in Muse India, Danse Macabre, Bluestem Magazine, The Blue Fog Journal, PIX Quarterly, Whalesound, Mixed Fruit, Gutter Eloquence, Looseleaf Tea, Cactii, Words Dance, Digital Verse, Voices.net, TheNewer York, Black Cat Poems, Hermeneutic Chaos Journal etcetra. She has been included in Compass Rose's print anthology and is also a Pushcart Prize nominee for poetry. Forthcoming work in Winter Tangerine, Eunoia Review and others. On most rainy days she can be found at www.viperslang.tumblr.com or @viper_slang ranting about Tristan tzara, football and forensics.
Alexander Frey Smith is 36 is an aspiring writer and lives in Newcastle Upon Tyne, England with a coconut monkey, a plastic polar bear called Pete, a talking gnome called Nigel and a Mrs Smith. Nigel is imaginary, but the rest of them assure him they are real.
Elmore Snoody lives in West Virginia and is unemployed. He has recently celebrated his 40th birthday, and when he says celebrated, that isn't what he means.
Mark Young's most recent books are the e-book Asemic Colon from The Red Ceilings Press; The Codicils, a 600-page selection of poems written between 2009 & 2012, out from Otoliths; & the eclectic world from gradient books of Finland. He lives in North Queensland in Australia.