winter ’15 contributors

AMANDA WHITEHURST
AMBER WALSH
ANNA LEIGH EISNER
Anna Leah Eisner is a creature of words, among other things. She is declaring herself a sovereign state of minor emergencies at Boston University.
BRICE EZELL
Brice Ezell is the Assistant Editor of PopMatters, where he has written about music, film, television, and literature since 2011. His writing has also appeared in Glide Magazine. His short story “Belle de Jour” appeared in 67 Press’ The Salmagundi: An Anthology (2014). He lives in Chicago.
BRYAN PATRICK YOUNG
Bryan Patrick Young was born in Toronto, and studied architecture at the University of Waterloo. His fiction has been published in several magazines, and he is a first-prize winner in The Fiddlehead’s annual fiction competition. He lives in Aguascalientes, Mexico.
CHRISTOPHER MULROONEY
Christopher Mulrooney is the author of toy balloons (Another New Calligraphy), alarm (Shirt Pocket Press), and supergrooviness (Lost Angelene). His work has recently appeared in The Harpoon Review, Carpathian Health Resort, Poetry Ireland ReviewClementine Poetry Journal, San Diego Poetry Annual, Synecdoche, and The Merida Review.
DAINIZ ALMAZAN
Dainiz Almazan lives in California, where she studies English at UC Berkeley. She is always searching for the right words, and sometimes, she finds them. She thinks often about the people she will never meet and how deep the ocean is, and how communion with even one other person can be more vast than all that. Her writing has been published in Winter Tangerine Review, Matchbox Magazine, and The Cal Literature & Arts Magazine.
DREW MCLOON
JAMIE LIN
Jamie is a recent graduate of Boston University who dreams of winning a game show. She also writes stories sometimes, which explains how she sneaked into The Anthology of Writing and Artwork by East Bay Teenagers a lifetime ago.
JAYLEE MARIE STRAWMAN
Jaylee Marie Strawman majored in English at the College of William & Mary. So far, Strawman has written over a thousand poems, a fantasy trilogy, and two full-length plays. She was voted one of the Top Ten Young Poets in Appalachia in 2008 and was a 2010-2011 Commonwealth Legacy Scholar.
JOHN GREY
LIANA K MEFFERT
MARIAN EIBEN
MATT SCHROEDER
MIKE JEWETT
Mike Jewett is the editor and publisher of Boston Poetry Magazine (http://bostonpoetry.wordpress.com). His work has been published, or is forthcoming, in Pankhearst, Orion Magazine, Nostrovia! Poetry, VerseWrights, and The Bitchin’ Kitsch. His most recent anthology, recipes for hemlock, is available on Lulu. By day, he’s a web developer. By night, he roosts with his wife and son.
MITCHELL KROCKMALNIK GRABOIS
Mitchell Krockmalnik Grabois has had over six hundred of his poems and fictions appear in literary magazines in the U.S. and abroad. He has been nominated several times for the Pushcart Prize. His novel, Two-Headed Dog, based on his work as a clinical psychologist in a state hospital, is available for Kindle and Nook, or as a print edition.
NINA MISRA
RAY GREENBLATT
Ray Greenblatt has recently been published in: Boston Literary Review, New Laurel Review, Abbey, Laughing Dog, and Coup D’Etat .His experimental novel–Twenty Years on Graysheep Bay–is online.
S.L. MALONEY
S.L. Maloney is a senior English major at Boston University, who enjoys writing poems, short stories, and cook books. Raised in the sunny state of California, she hopes to one day write the next Great Welsh Novel.
THERESA KRUPKA
Theresa Krupka is an international business student and writer from Greenville, South Carolina. Her work has been published in The Greenville Journal, The Lettered Olive, The Catholic Miscellany, and the University of South Carolina’s digital collections library. Find her official Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/author.theresakrupka
ZOE KEMPRECOS
ZOE NEUBAUER
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