Sudeep Adhikari, from Kathmandu Nepal, is professionally a PhD in Structural-Engineering.  His poetry has found place in many online/print literary journals/magazines, the recent being Red Fez (USA), Kyoto (Japan),  Devolution Z (Canada), Pinyon Review (USA) and Your One Phone Call (Wales).

John Thomas Allen is a 33 year old poet from New York.  His numerosity is numerous in recent poetry mags, including "Spectral Realms" and "The Adirondack Review", and in 2014 Ravenna Press published a surrealist anthology entitled "Nouveau's Midnight Sun: Transcriptions From Golgonooza and Beyond", based on the 2012-2014 surrealist movement ("The New Surrealist Institute") led by him.  David Lehman, David Shapiro, and  Sutton Breiding were a few who made it into print. Currently he is assembling another anthology which harkens back to Aubrey Beardsley and the original "Yellow" decadent books with a group of speculative genre poets like  Bruce Boston, Don Webb and Eric Basso.

Nicholas Bernier was born in Newton, MA, and will be attending Williams College in the fall of 2016. He enjoys writing short pieces of fiction that focus on internal conflict, the reality of anxiety, and the interpretation of our most vivid human observations. He wrote "Work at Hylyne" during his last days of high school, trying to get his reader to question the stigma of slip-ups in the human mind - and how emotional observation can be.

Robert Beveridge makes noise (xterminal.bandcamp.com) and writes poetry just outside Cleveland, OH. Recent/upcoming appearances in Chiron Review, Zombie Logic Review, and The Literateur, among others.

B. Drew Collier is well known in certain circles for walk-on roles as human furniture in such films as "The Golden Puma that Stands in the Center of an Ever-Widening Pool of Red," "The Madman Screams Helplessly in the Web of the Red Spider," and "Love is a Cruel Shadow with Iron Fingers Stained in Red".

Juliet Cook is a grotesque glitter witch medusa hybrid brimming with black, grey, silver, purple, and dark red explosions. Her poetry has appeared in a peculiar multitude of literary publications. You can find out more at www.JulietCook.weebly.com.

Gregg Dotoli studied English at Seton Hall University and enjoys living in the NYC area. He is a white hat hacker, but his first love is the Arts. His poems can be found on Bewildering Stories, Down in the Dirt,Poetry Superhighway, Quail Bell and Other publications.

Bill Ectric wants to believe he can erase the line between mysticism and science, blending the genres of mystery, psychological drama, humor, metafiction, and sometimes science fiction. His first novel,Tamper, is about a youngster growing up in the 1960s obsessed with paranormal mysteries and strange voices out of nowhere. On the internet, Bill's writing appears on Literary Kicks, Spolia, Candlelight Stories, Perversion Magazine, Boston Poetry, Gin Mill Cowboy, Red Fez, The Beat, Empty Mirror Books, Lit Up Magazine, and Metro Jacksonville. Bill recently co-edited a book of essays on the work of author Steve Aylett, published by Sein und Werden/Books. Bill has had two actual lucid dreams and is actively seeking the next one.

Daniel Galef writes poetry, prose, and apparently also photographs. He has appeared in the (e)pages of S. und W. five times, as well as in Child of Words, Comparative Literature, and Word Ways: The Journal of Recreational Linguistics. The photograph "Triptych: Monte Hall" was taken in Havana, Cuba, on August 2nd, 2015. The goat is behind Door No. 2.

Sean Gill is a writer and filmmaker who has studied with Werner Herzog and Juan Luis Buñuel, won the 2016 Sonora Review Fiction Prize, and whose gialli-inspired theater has been described as "like a 1980s Judith Krantz bestseller getting the Wes Craven treatment" (Patricia Contino, Flavorpill).  His work has been published or is forthcoming in Sein und Werden ("Glamourama" and "Theatrum Diabolorum" issues), McSweeney's, Word Riot, failbetter, and So It Goes: The Literary Journal of the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library. www.seangillfilms.com

Olivia Grayson creates prose and poetry that combine pop culture with autobiography in an effort to explore the often times startling experience of being part of the family of women -alternatively thrust into, or dumbly participating with a culture that sells the promise of absolute beauty, sparkling romance, and ideal interventions; she finds herself writing from a tension that surrounds this system.

Jamie Grefe writes within rooms of the darkly comedic, the surreal, and the horrific. His first book, The Mondo Vixen Massacre, was published in 2013 by Eraserhead Press. In 2015, Rooster Republic Press published his surrealistic love letter to Japan, Domo ArigaDIE!!! Grefe is also responsible for the official novelizations of comedians Tim Heidecker and Gregg Turkington's Adult Swim web-series Decker: Classified and Decker: Port of Call: Hawaii. His short work has appeared in Birkensnake, elimae, LIES/ISLE, New Dead Families and Sein Und Werden among other places. Unfinished Business, a feature-length horror film he co-wrote, is currently in post-production. Grefe has also worked with performance artist Rudolf Eb.er (of Runzelstirn and Gurgelstock) as well as film director and producer Jim Wynorski. Grefe's website is http://jamiegrefe.com

Robert F. Gross is currently hiding out in Rochester, NY, USA. How long that will last is anybody's guess. He's recently had pieces appear in Local Nomad, Anti-Heroin Chic, and The Syzygy Poetry Journal.

Zachary Scott Hamilton is the editor for Mannequin Haus. His work appears in The modern anthology of surrealism (Salo press 2016) Infii.weebly.com

V. Sarada Holt is an artist, musician, knitter, dressmaker and cat lady, currently residing in Houston, Texas, where seventeen thousand tiny lizards live among her herbs and tomato plants. She recently returned to the field of journalism where she has spent most of the last 20 years, and currently enjoys reading 19th century travelogues, early American history and Surrealist literature. Her creative writing strives to be the opposite of her professional writing. Check out her artwork at: www.etsy.com/shop/ArtBySarada

Marc Joan spent the early part of his life in Asia and Europe, and the early part of his career in biomedical research. He draws on this and other experience for his fiction, which is currently restricted to the more economical formats (short stories and novellas). Marc's stories have been published in Hypnos, Madcap Review, Danse Macabre, The Apeiron Review, STORGY, Bohemyth, Literary Orphans and Smokelong Quarterly; and accepted for publication in Bookends Review and Structo. He has a novella due to be published with a UK small press in 2017. He lives in England with his family, and can be contacted via www.marc-joan.com.

Simon Lee-Price is a UK-based author and university lecturer. His most recent publications are short stories in the literary journals Prole Prose and Poetry and Interpreter's House.

Tom Leins is a disgraced ex-film critic from Paignton, UK. His short stories have been published by the likes of Akashic Books, Shotgun Honey, Near to the Knuckle, Flash Fiction Offensive and Spelk. Get your pound of flesh at https://thingstodoindevonwhenyouredead.wordpress.com/

Marcus Mamourian is an undergraduate at Brown University. He is co-editor of the poetry anthology Wes Craven Sonata (The Indy, 2016) and author of Schizoscription Vol. 1 (self released, 2014) and Hollywood, Florida (Lorraine Gardens, 2016). His work has appeared in places like Buffalo Almanack, Prisma: Zeitblatt für Texte und Sprache, among other places. He can be found online at http://www.schizoscription.net/.

Adam Marks is 37 years old. He is married, a father of one. He lives and works in London. He writes speculative fiction. As well as short stories he is also working on a novel. His current influences are William Burroughs, China Mieville, Ward Moore and the SCP Foundation. Examples (and links to examples) of his work can be found at: http://adammarkswriting.blogspot.co.uk/

Sam Marx scripts niche porn, obsessively lext-roleplays erotic violence, self-publishes the unprintable and writes on higher education. Download Martyrs & Exquisitions --- Erotic Structure in Acted Death Scenes. Email manoir14@gmail.com.

Toti O'Brien's work has appeared in Surreal Poetics, LitBreak, Door Is A Jar, and Syntax & Salt, among other journals and anthologies. More about her can be found at totihan.net/writer.html

Alexa Punnamkuzhyil is an interdisciplinary artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
Contact: studio@alexapunnamkuzhyil.com

I.B. Rad is a New York City poet, much of whose work is accessible on the net. His latest book, "Dancing at the Abyss," was published by Scars Publications and Design in 2015.

David Rushmer's artworks and writings have appeared in a number of small press magazines since the late 1980s, including: Angel Exhaust, Archive of the Now, E.ratio, Great Works, Molly Bloom, and Shearsman.   His most recent published pamphlets are The Family of Ghosts (Arehouse, Cambridge, 2005) and Blanchot's Ghost (Oystercatcher Press, 2008). He lives in Cambridge, UK.

David Turnbull is a writer of short fiction and a member of Clockhouse London Writers. His most recent work appears in 'Ghost Highways' (Midnight Street Press). New stories are due to appear in 'After the Happily Ever After' (Transmundane Press),  and 'Forever Vacancy' (Colors in Darkness), both scheduled for release later this year. He can be found at www.tumsh.co.uk

Gregg Williard's writing has appeared, most recently, in Requited, The Collagist, Your Impossible Voice, In Parenthesis and Heartbeat. His visual art is shown in numerous gallery, print and online venues. He is the producer and on-air host of "Fiction Jones" on WORT radio (wortfm.org), combining his and others' writing with self-created soundscapes. He's also the director of refugee services for the non-profit Literacy Network in Madison, Wisconsin, which  teaches  ESL to refugees from Bhutan, Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria and Burma.

Phil Wood was born in Wales. He works in a statistics office. He enjoys working with numbers and words. His writing can be found in various publications, most recently in: Sein und Werden, Ink Sweat and Tears, Streetcake, London Grip.

Mark Young's most recent books are Bandicoot habitat & lithic typology, both from gradient books of Finland.  An e-book, The Holy Sonnets unDonne has just come out from Red Ceilings Press, & another e-book, For the Witches of Romania, is due out from Beard of Bees.