Storyglossia Issue 38, February 2010.

STORYGLOSSIA Issue 38 Contributors

Liz Chamberlin's recent work has appeared or will appear in Fourteen Hills and Palimpsest. She won the 2007 Maurice Prize in Fiction and was nominated to Best New American Voices 2008. She received her MA in Creative Writing and Ph.D. in Ecology from the University of California, Davis, where she studied with Pam Houston, Lucy Corin and Lynn Freed.

Nikki Dolson is a fiction major at Columbia College Chicago. Her fiction has appeared in Spinetingler Magazine and the Red Rock Review.

Randal Gentry's stories have appeared recently in The Green Hills Literary Lantern, Mangrove Review and The Adirondack Review, and another was a finalist in the New Letters fiction prize. His poems appear now and then in a number of journals. He lives with his wife and children in New Jersey.

Shanna Germain claims, in no particular order, the titles of Leximaven, Girl Geek, Wanderluster and She Who Fears Spiders. Her work has appeared in places such as Absinthe Literary Review, Best American Erotica, Eclectica, Juked and Salon. As the paperboys by her house yell, "Read all about her!" at

Jesse Goolsby's work has appeared or is forthcoming in Our Stories, Harpur Palate, Breakwater Review, Paradigm, Vestal Review, Stirring, War, Literature & the Arts, Oak Bend Review, and various anthologies. His short fiction piece "Touch" received the 2010 Richard Bausch Short Fiction Prize, and his story "Derrin of the North" won the 2009 John Gardner Memorial Award in Fiction. His various projects can be viewed at

Barry Graham teaches writing at Rutgers University and he wrote The National Virginity Pledge. Look for him online at

Natasha Grinberg was born in the USSR and immigrated to the United States in 1980. Her short stories appeared in Identity Theory, Scribblers on the Roof, Prick of the Spindle, AIM, Duck & Herring, Cause & Effect, and other literary magazines. natashagrinberg AT

James Iredell lives in Atlanta and blogs at He wrote Prose: Poems, a Novel. His writing appears in The Literary Review, Pank, H_ng M_n, and many other magazines.

Jeff Lacy was born and raised in Georgia. For many years he worked as a public defender in the Atlanta area and Glynn County, Georgia, and then received a MFA from the University of Nebraska. His stories have appeared in Timber Creek Review, Conte, The Wrong Tree Review, The Legendary, Review Americana—A Literary Journal, Green Silk Journal, Full of Crow, Writer's Bloc (Rutgers), Bring the Ink, Sex and Murder Magazine, Flash Fiction Offensive, Darkest Before the Dawn, and Mary Magazine. He has recently completed his first novel.

Antonios Maltezos has stories in Night Train, Smokelong Quarterly, Pank, Dogzplot, Pequin, Per Contra, Flashquake, Elimae, Hobart, and many other journals and mags. He is an associate editor at Vestal Review, and runs a tavern-style kitchen near Montreal, Quebec.

James Miranda currently lives and writes in Kalamazoo, Michigan. His work has appeared or is forthcoming from Alaska Quarterly Review, Third Coast and PIF Magazine.

Robert Paul Moreira is an MFA candidate at University of Texas-Pan American in Edinburg, Texas. His works have appeared or are forthcoming in Aethlon: the Journal of Sports Literature, Dark Sky Magazine, Breakwater Review, Bartleby Snopes, Interstice Literary Journal, and other literary journals. His short story, Cobb and Me, forthcoming in Aethlon, won the 2009 Best Graduate Fiction Award from the Texas Association of Creative Writing Teachers (TACWT).

Anne Leigh Parrish has published stories in The Virginia Quarterly Review, Clackamas Literary Review, Carve Magazine, Eclectica Magazine, Amarillo Bay, River Walk Journal, The Pinch, American Short Fiction, and issue 31 of Storyglossia. Other works have earned awards from Glimmer Train, Meridian, Arts & Letters, So To Speak, Salt Flats Annual, and Painted Bride Quarterly. She is a mentor for the DZANC Creative Writing Sessions, and the author of the story collection, All The Roads That Lead From Home, which is currently seeking a publisher. She lives in Seattle, Washington with her husband and two teenage children.

Tammy Remington left Cleveland, Ohio in 2000 to study writing at Columbia University. She's had stories appear in The Gertrude Press and Freight Train Magazine. Twice in 2006 she was invited to be a featured reader at Bluestockings Bookstore and is a regular at the open mic night there.

Myra Sherman is a clinical social worker who is now writing fulltime in Northern California. Her fiction and essays have appeared in numerous literary journals including Ars Medica, 580 Split, Fifth Wednesday Journal, Thuglit, Mobius, Zygote In My Coffee and JMWW.

Yvette Ward-Horner lives in the Rocky Mountains, where she is working on her first novel. Her short fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in Passages North, Night Train, Necessary Fiction, Cantaraville, Amarillo Bay, The Writer's Digest 78th Annual Competition Collection and others. Find her online at

Bonnie ZoBell has received an NEA Creative Writing Fellowship, a PEN Syndicated Fiction Award, and the Capricorn Novel Award. Recently included on Wigleaf's 2009 Top 50 list for very short fiction, she has work included or forthcoming in The Los Angeles Review, Night Train, American Fiction, The Greensboro Review, decomP, Rumble, and LITSNACK. She received an MFA from Columbia, teaches at San Diego Mesa College, and can be reached at