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THESE ARE OUR CONTRIBUTORS TO ISSUE [14.2]. ENJOY THE AWESOME. IF YOU DO NOT ENJOY THE AWESOME SUFFICIENTLY, PLEASE CONTACT MANAGEMENT VIA THE [MASTHEAD].

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* Here's our feeling on the bios. We prefer them to be entertaining, but above all they should be useful. Hence we include email addresses and website where you can find the writers, if the writers agree to this. We don't like to list awards or graduate degrees unless they are useful for readers. (We suspect these are not useful for readers.) However, we are happy to list other places you might find these writers' work, and where they teach or work, if you want to find them and send them cash or love or creepy or dirty or just plain sweet photos.

Simeon Berry lives in Somerville, Massachusetts. Recent work appears in Hotel Amerika, Western Humanities Review, Gulf Coast, and American Letters & Commentary. In 2013, his manuscript,&, was selected by Ariana Reines for The National Poetry Series, and is forthcoming from Fence Books. [email] [website]

Matthew Burnside's work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Los Angeles Review, Ninth Letter, PANK, Kill Author, Gargoyle, Hobart, NAP, and others. He currently attends the Iowa Writers' Workshop and keeps a list of his sins at [his tumblr]. [email]

Robert Glick is Assistant Professor of English at the Rochester Institute of Technology and Senior Prose Editor of Versal. His writings have appeared in Denver Quarterly, Black Warrior Review, The Gettysburg Review, and The Normal School. In 2014, he won the Summer Literary Seminars Center for Fiction Prize. [email]

Stuart Greenhouse is the author of the chapbook What Remains (Poetry Society of America). New poems are recently out in Denver Quarterly and on Web Conjunctions.

Shane Jones lives in Albany, New York. His next novel, Crystal Eaters, will be published by Two Dollar Radio in 2014. [email]

Daniel Lehan—former paperboy, choirboy, shop assistant, ice cream seller, chip shop manager, petrol pump attendant, pub caterer, post office worker, theatre usher, cleaner, adult education tutor, leaflet distributor, front of house manager, t-shirt designer, screen printer, children’s book author and illustrator, gardener, teacher. [blog] [website] [email]

Natalie Mattila is a soon-to-be graduate from Stephen F. Austin State University with a BA in English and a minor in Creative Writing. Currently she is the fiction editor of HUMID and aspires to continue working in the publishing industry post-graduation. Fiction is her first love but she also enjoys writing poetry, particularly gothic fairy tales.

Alison McCabe lives, writes, and teaches in Tucson. She is currently at work on a novel. 

Kiley McLaughlin lives in Iowa City, Iowa. Her poems appear or are forthcoming in the crooks of her loved ones' elbows and knees.. [email]

Ben Merriman is a doctoral student in sociology at the University of Chicago. [tumblr] [email]

Philip Metres has written a number of books and chapbooks, most recently A Concordance of Leaves (Diode 2013). His work has appeared in Best American Poetry and Inclined to Speak: Contemporary Arab American Poetry, and has garnered two NEA fellowships, the Thomas J. Watson Fellowship, four Ohio Arts Council Grants, the Anne Halley Award (for Sand Opera, 2015), the Arab American Book Award, and the Cleveland Arts Prize. He teaches literature and creative writing at John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio and is a Creative Workforce Fellow in 2014. [website] [blog] [email]

JoAnna Novak is the Pushcart Prize nominated author of Laps (Another New Calligraphy, 2014), a limited-edition art book of short fictions, and Something Real (dancing girl press, 2011), a prose chapbook. With Thomas Cook and Tyler Flynn Dorholt, she edits and publishes Tammy. She lives in Massachusetts, where she is working on a memoir. [website]

Peter Twal is both a writer and an electrical engineer. After completing his undergraduate degree, he found himself programming software aboard countless ships, despite being certain that just watching Titanic made him seasick as a kid. He only sometimes gets dizzy writing poetry these days. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in New Orleans Review, Bat City Review, smoking glue gun, NAP, plain china, and elsewhere. He is currently pursuing his MFA in Creative Writing at the University of Notre Dame. [email] [twitter]

Amy Wright is Nonfiction Editor of Zone 3 Press and the author of four chapbooks. Her work appears or is forthcoming in Brevity, Drunken Boat, Kenyon Review Online, and Tupelo Quarterly. [email]