E. Kristin Anderson
Les choses que l’on apprivoise
E. Kristin is the author of eight chapbooks, including We’re Doing Witchcraft, Pray, Pray, Pray: Poems I wrote to Prince in the middle of the night, and 17 seventeen XVII. Kristin is an editor at Red Paint Hill.
Waiting for Golden Snakes
Jan lives and writes in the woods near Maple, Wisconsin. She devotes herself to her flower gardens but has never had any luck with roses.
Richard has written three novels, Amoeba Dick, Pretty Poli, and Odour Issues, numerous short stories, 155 sonnets including one in French, and a solitary play, The Senseless Counterfeit. He lives in Bristol in the UK.
A Crash, A Collage
Heidi serves as Senior Poetry Editor at Poetry City, USA. She is the author of Conjoining, and the editor of North Dakota Is Everywhere: An Anthology of Contemporary North Dakota Poets. She lives in Minneapolis.
I Am She
Jenny lives, writes and hunts for antique dictionaries in Lewes, Sussex. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in the anthologies Tales from the Old Hill, Hysteria 6 and Everyday Epics.
Slade has been a fine artist showing in galleries for over 25 years. Her art is about: the exploration of ideas, concepts, questions and practices that examine the past, describes the present, imagines the future.
The Little Prince Goes on a Date
Glynne has published chapters of her memoir, Passport to Paris, in the East Hampton Star, and “Colette, Gourmand/Gourmet” in the New York Times Magazine.
Laura Reece Hogan
The Prince Decides
Laura is the author of I Live, No Longer I and O Garden-Dweller. Her poems can be found in or are forthcoming in America, The Windhover, The Christian Century, Plum Tree Tavern, Penwood Review, and Riddled with Arrows.
Liz is a horticulturist living on the North Shore of Massachusetts. Her first collection of poems, Animalalia, is available from YesNoPress.
R. Mac Jones
Come Marvel at Barnum’s Diminutive Prince
R. Mac is the co-editor of Found Anew: Poetry and Prose Inspired by the South Caroliniana Library Digital Collections. His poems have recently appeared in ellipsis…, Star*Line, and Shot Glass Journal.
Letters to the Queen
Monika was born in Poland, and came to Boston to study mysticism. She is an ESL teacher at Rice University in Houston, and a student at the Solstice MFA program in creative writing at Pine Manor College.
Kate has works slated for publication in Masques by Laughing Medusa Press, and She Loves You: Women Writers Tell How a Teen Idol Changed Their Life by McFarland & Co. She is studying for an MFA at the Stonecoast Writers program.
Catherine B. Krause
Catherine is a polyamorous queer trans woman living in Niagara Falls, NY. Her poetry has appeared in Rabbit Ears: TV Poems, Gargoyle, MARY, Beltway Poetry Quarterly, The Opiate, and NonBinary Review #14.
Christina has work in various journals, most recently in The North. NonBinary Review published my poem “Clytie” in the Bullfinch’s Mythology issue a few years back.I am pursuing a PhD in creative writing through Lancaster.
letters to a little prince
Quinn serves as a Feedback Editor for Sooth Swarm Journal. They have always been in love with words, stories, and the sky. You can find more of their writing @abstractedfocus on Tumblr and Instagram.
Béatrice is the author of 14 poetry books in French, and two in English. She translates many Native American contemporary poets into French and managed to gather and get anthologies of Native authors published in France.
A Thousand Miles From Any Inhabited
Erstwhile is a sentient house of indeterminate gender, in which the rooms are prone to changing position with startling alacrity. One is advised to memorize the particularities of the doors for best navigation.
Toti has illustrated two children books and two memoirs. Her artwork has most recently appeared in Brain of Forgetting, Riddled With Arrows, Longridge Review, and Scryptic.
The Rose’s Soliloquy
Jillian has written poetry under the names Pablo Neruda, Yu Xiuhua, and William Shakespeare. Her work can be found in The New Yorker (page numbers), The Atlantic (classifieds) and Harper’s (that one line on page 126).
The Star Thief
Steph is the author of the novels Walk in the Fire, Lightwood and A Tree Born Crooked. She has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize, a Rhysling Award and was a semi-finalist for The Big Moose Prize. She lives in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Brian A. Salmons
Lay down in greener grass to cry
Brian writes and occasionally performs at open mics. His work has appeared in Eyedrum Periodically and Man in the Street Magazine and he is the host of @BrianAndTheNight, a poetry podcast on Facebook.
The Dirtiest Hands, the Littlest Prince
Eric is a retired comedian, artist, welder, bus driver, surprisingly good centre-half and not bad actor. Can’t plaster to save his life. He lives in County Durham, collecting art and raising stories.
Matters of Consequence
Leonora is a Contributing Editor for Drizzle Review. Her poems have been published in The American Journal of Poetry, Fron//tera, The Acentos Review and Roar, and coming in Tiferet Journal and Cosmographia.
Kimbol strives to pare her poetry down to the bone, using white space like breath. Her work has been included in Festival Writer 2:13, Texas Poetry Calendar 2016, and di-vêrsé-city 2015 and 2016.
Machiavelli’s The Little Prince
Kevin is an actor, director, comedian, and stage combat choreographer. He is the author and/or editor of over two dozen books and three dozen short stories, including his famed H.P. Lovecraft/Judy Blume mashups.