Other Contributors

Agatha Donkar is a former English major with a Master’s degree in library science who puts her education to use writing two-sentence reviews of new music releases and organizing her blog posts to a potentially obsessive degree. She lives in North Carolina, where she takes photographs, watches baseball, and works for the government. She can be found online at http://brandnewkindof.wordpress.com.

Tara Laskowski is a writer living in Northern Virginia. She earned an MFA from George Mason University and works as a media relations manager and social media coordinator for the university. She is a senior editor at SmokeLong Quarterly. Her fiction and non-fiction have appeared in numerous publications online and print. Her story “Ode to the Double-Crossed Lackey in ‘Thunderball'” was nominated for Dzanc’s Best of the Web 2010. She can be found online at www.taralaskowski.com.

Laura Ellen Scott‘s collection of creepy fiction, Curio, is available online and as a download from Uncanny Valley Press. Her novel, Death Wishing, is a comic fantasy set in New Orleans and will be released by IG Publishing in October 2011. She teaches fiction writing at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia and is Fiction Editor for Prick of the Spindle. She blogs at Probably just a story.

K.E. Semmel is a writer and translator whose work has appeared in Ontario Review, the Washington Post, Aufgabe, The Brooklyn Review, RedividerHayden’s Ferry Review, and elsewhere. He is the publications & communications manager of The Writer’s Center, an independent nonprofit literary organization based in Bethesda, MD. He is a recipient of translation grants from the Danish Arts Council.

Brandon Wicks is a writer based in Atlanta, GA; he has taught at Emory University. His fiction has most recently appeared in Sou’wester and Smokelong Quarterly.

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