Contributor’s Notes (Volume IV, Issue 1)

Davis Allen is a fiction writer who foregrounds ironic voices. His work highlights how conflict can be established and/or also resolved through misinterpretation of events. His fiction often takes on the perspective of conspicuously flawed characters more interested in their own memories and desires than in reality itself. His stories can also be found in Straylight Literary Magazine and Maudlin House.

Harris Coverley has short fiction published or forthcoming in Curiosities, Theme of Absence, and Mystery Tribune, as well as poetry in Gathering Storm, Scifaikuest, and the Weird Poets Society Anthology Speculations. He lives in Manchester, England.

Hailey Piper grew up in the creepy woods of northeastern America that filled her imagination with Bigfoot and ghosts. Today she keeps her childhood nightmares alive by writing them down. Her short fiction has appeared in over a dozen publications, most recently The Bronzeville Bee, Blood Bath Literary Zine, and EconoClash Review.

Phoebe Wagner grew up in the Susquehanna River Valley but has been steadily moving west along I-80. She holds an MFA and currently pursues a PhD in eco-criticism.