STORYGLOSSIA Issue 36 Contributors
Tracy Bowling is studying for her MFA in Fiction at New Mexico State University. She has a story in the November 2009 online issue of PANK.
Christopher Bundy's stories and essays have appeared or are forthcoming in Glimmer Train Stories, Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, Atlanta Magazine, Opium Magazine, The Rambler, The Dos Passos Review, Smokelong Quarterly, and others. His work also appears or is forthcoming in several anthologies, including Expecting Goodness & Other Stories (Hub City, 2009). He teaches creative writing at the Savannah College of Art & Design-Atlanta.
Tom Burkett's fiction has appeared in Underground Voices, Skive Magazine, Word Riot, VerbSap and Small Doggies Magazine. He lives in Los Angeles. He has a wife and two young kids. Though he doesn't consider himself a true musician, he enjoys playing guitar for his son's pre-school class and, now as an adult, he can begrudgingly say he was fortunate to have spent his childhood in what Gabriel Garcial Marquez called "the jail cell of piano lessons."
Alan Stewart Carl is a Texan writer of fiction, essays and miscellany. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Mid-American Review, Monkeybicycle,decomP, Storyscape and many other cool places. Additionally, he is a fiction editor for The Splinter Generation and is pursuing an MFA from Antioch University. He can be found down in San Antonio trying to carve out a moment of sanity while raising two wild and beautiful children. Virtually, he can be tracked down at AlanStewartCarl.com.
Joshua Ben-Noah Carlson lives in Minnesota with his wife and daughters. He builds boats, plays piano, does yoga, and reads and writes.
Zdravka Evtimova was born in Bulgaria. She lives in Pernik, Bulgaria and works as a literary translator. Her short stories have appeared in American journals such as Antioch Review, Massachusetts Review, the anthology New Sudden Fiction, as well as in various journals in UK, Canada, Australia, Germany, France, Austria, Japan, Russia, India, altogether 19 countries in the world. Her short story collection, Bitter Sky was publish by Skrev Press UK, 2003, her short story collection Somebody Else was published by MAG Press, USA, 2004, her short story collection Miss Daniella was published by Skrev Press, UK in April 2007. Her novel God of Traitors was published in Books For a Buck Publishers, USA in 2007.
Roxane Gay's work appears or is forthcoming in Gargoyle, Annalemma, DIAGRAM, Monkeybicyle, Keyhole and others. She is the associate editor of PANK and can be found online at http://www.roxanegay.com.
Jennifer Greidus lives and writes in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, where she is blowing through the monies of dead relations. She urges her remaining, ailing relatives to consult the new tax laws concerning familial inheritances. Regardless of what she says in later television interviews, each of Jennifer's works was made possible by Michael; written for the three, which complete the five; and inspired by Peter, a man too vivid for nonfiction.
G.L. Griffith is a writer and rock drummer. He lives in Northern Arizona with his wife and two cats. He has won several awards for his fiction, including most recently, a partial merit scholarship from SLS (Summer Literary Seminars) to study in Kenya, Africa in December of 2009—an award that he most reluctantly had to turn down. His current collection of short stories, entitled Two-Tracking, is under consideration by a publisher. He has completed two novels. His fiction has appeared in Storyglossia and Zinkzine.
Tim Jones-Yelvington lives and writes in Chicago. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Annalemma, Keyhole, Monkeybicycle, PANK, Ampersand Review, Smokelong Quarterly, elimae and others.
Teri Louise Kelly is the author of the memoirs Sex, Knives & Bouillabaisse and Last Bed On Earth, she has her first poetry anthology Girls Like Me due for release in Nov (09) and has the memoir American Blow Job in progress. She is a stand up poet (comedienne) when she isn't prostrate. "White Girls" is an extract from an abandoned fiction attempt.
Scott Lambridis' work has appeared in the UK's Black Static, and will be in the winter 2009 issue of Transfer. Born and raised in New York, he earned a degree in neurobiology from UVa—which he promptly abandoned for a creative career. Before moving to the Bay Area he spent his evenings crafting stories into music, artwork, and macabre multimedia books as founder of Omnibucket.com. He is now completing his MFA at San Francisco State, and working on a book about the scientist who discovered the end of time. You know, the usual.
Sean Reagan is a former lawyer turned freelance journalist. His poems and short stories have appeared in Rattle, Yankee Magazine, Chiron Review, Contemporary Haibun Online, Shampoo Poetry and others. Visit him online at seanreagan.com.
Anne Valente's work appears or is forthcoming in Monkeybicycle, Necessary Fiction, PANK, You Must Be This Tall To Ride and Keyhole, among others. She lives in Ohio.
James Warner's fiction has appeared in journals such as Ninth Letter, Agni Online, Night Train and others.
Y.G. Yen works as an application developer for the space program. This is his first published story.