Storyglossia Issue 40, October 2010.

STORYGLOSSIA Issue 40 Contributors

Kate Axelrod is currently pursuing a Masters in Social Work at Columbia University. Her fiction can be found in Candor Magazine, the Slice Magazine blog and the Featherpoof Books website.

Michael Czyzniejewski is the author of the story collection Elephants in Our Bedroom, released by Dzanc Books in 2009. He teaches at Bowling Green State University, where he serves as Editor-in-Chief of Mid-American Review, and spends summers in his native Chicago, selling beer at Wrigley Field during Cub games. He is also a 2010 NEA Fellow in Fiction.

Kat Gray is a Southern-born-and-bred writer and a roller derby skater. She currently lives in the small college town of Auburn, Alabama, but her home is the city—almost any city, but preferably one with a touch of decaying Southern gothic charm. She is relatively new to the world of publishing, although she's been writing since she was able to hold a pen.

Brad Green's work has appeared in Annalemma, Blip Magazine, PANK, Night Train, elimae, and others. His story "Rabbit Drive" from Storyglossia issue 34 was included in Wigleaf's Top 50 Short Fictions of 2010 and he's been nominated twice for a Pushcart. He's the Prose Editor at decomP magazine, an assistant editor at PANK, and a Spotlight On series editor at Dark Sky Magazine. Find him online at

Sara Lippmann received an MFA from the New School. Her work has appeared in or is forthcoming from places like BLIP Magazine (formerly Mississippi Review), Word Riot, Fiction Circus, Slice, Fourth Genre, LITnIMAGE, Potomac Review, NANO Fiction, Big Muddy and elsewhere. She lives in Brooklyn.

Robert Miltner teaches creative writing at Kent State University Stark and is on the poetry faculty of the Northeast Ohio MFA in Creative Writing program. Miltner edits The Raymond Carver Review. His collection of prose poems, Hotel Utopia, was selected by Tim Seibles as the winner of the New Rivers Press book prize and will be published in October of 2011 by the Minnesota State University Moorhead. Miltner's stories have appeared in Istanbul Literary Review, Perigee, Apple Valley Review, Ophelia Street, Hamilton Stone Review, and Christmas Stories from Ohio. His story "Rain" appeared in Storyglossia issue 31. He is working on a novel, The Tempest.

Donna D. Vitucci is a grant writer and development associate who helps raise funds for nonprofit clients in Cincinnati, Ohio. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in dozens of print and online journals, and a few anthologies, including Natural Bridge, Hawaii Review, Front Porch Journal, Juked, Night Train, Freight Stories, Smokelong Quarterly, Another Chicago Magazine, and previously in Storyglossia. Her novel, FEED MATERIALS, a fictional treatment of the uranium processing plant in Fernald, Ohio, was a finalist for the 2009 Bellwether Prize for fiction "in support of a literature of social change."