Storyglossia Issue 24, October 2007.

STORYGLOSSIA Issue 24 Contributors

Jamey Genna teaches writing in California and is a graduate from the masters in writing program at the University of San Francisco. Her short fiction has been published in many literary magazines including, Cutthroat, Dislocate, Shade, Pinyon and many others. Her collection of short-short fiction "I'll Tell You That Story in a Minute" was a finalist for the 2007 Elixir Press Chapbook Awards.

Barry Graham is a simple man, who writes about simple things, very simply. His fiction, poetry, and mixed media have appeared in the following publications in 2007: Prick of the Spindle, Insolent Rudder, Cellar Roots, Weathervane, Found, Images, 50/50, Weathervane, 6S, and Tuesday Shorts. He is also the editor of Dogzplot: an erratic literary montage.

Donna D. Vitucci's work has appeared in dozens of print and online journals, including Hawaii Review, Meridian, turnrow, Steel City Review, Beloit Fiction Journal, Faultline, Diner, Gargoyle, and others. Her current novel-in-progress, "Above The Bakery," invades most of her waking moments. "Where the Spirit Leads," is excerpted from her third completed novel in search of an agent: "At Bobby Trivette's Grave."

Janet Freeman is a writer and photographer living in Portland, OR. Her work has appeared in JMWW, Mamaphonic, The Feminist Review, Green Baby and elsewhere. She is currently at work on a novel.

Patricia Abbott's stories have appeared in literary journals such as Portland Review, Baltimore Review, Potomac Review, Bayou Review and Inkwell. She also writes crime fiction for many online zines and print magazines. She lives and works in Detroit. Visit her blog for story links at

Mikael Covey lives in Dakota with his four-year old girl. His writing has appeared in Dogmatika, Straight From The Fridge, Litkicks, The Beat, Word Riot, 3:AM Magazine, Literal Translations, and elsewhere. He is currently working on a couple of novels. His blogs are at and

Joseph Kim is very sensitive to the cold. Some of his flash fiction can be found on

Aimee Bester recently received her MFA from Antioch University Los Angeles. Her story "Bright Water appeared in STORYGLOSSIA Issue 14, and she is thrilled to be published again in a magazine that appreciates Raymond Carver as she is a Carver fanatic herself. She spends a lot of time with her boyfriend and 90 year old saint of a grandmother and feels that many of her stories are inadvertently inspired by them.

Jessica Colomb currently lives in Naples, Italy with her husband and dog. She has earned a B.A. in Creative Writing at UCSD and received the 2005 Sherley Anne Williams Memorial Prize in Fiction for "Memoir, A Blind Spot." "Walking Dead" is her first publication.

Bruce Overby was born and raised in San Jose, California, and now lives in nearby Los Altos. He has studied extensively at the Stanford Writers' Studio and is now an MFA in Writing candidate at Queens University of Charlotte. "Pool," his first published piece, is from his collection of stories set in and around Silicon Valley. In July 2007, another story from that collection, "Bookmarks," won First Prize in the Lorian Hemingway Short Story Competition.