Storyglossia Issue 42, February 2011.

STORYGLOSSIA Issue 42 Contributors

Lydia Copeland's stories have appeared in Glimmer Train, the Mississippi Review, Quick Fiction, elimae, Night Train, Smoke Long Quarterly, the Northville Review and others. She also has stories appearing in Dzanc's Best of the Web 2010 anthology and The Rose Metal Press Field Guide to Flash Fiction. Her chapbook, Haircut Stories, is available from the Achilles Chapbook Series. She lives in New Jersey with her husband and son.

Amie Hartman received her MFA in Playwriting from Brooklyn College where she studied with Mac Wellman. Her plays have appeared at Little Theatre at Tonic, The Milagro Theatre, The Tank, Dixon Place, and BRIC Studios among other places. Her short fiction has been published in Smokelong Quarterly, Ramble Underground, and The Brooklyn Review. She teaches creative and expository writing at NYU.

Nate Liederbach is the author of the short prose collection Doing a Bit of Bleeding (Ghost Road Press). His work has appeared in Quarterly West, Corium Magazine, Alice Blue Review, Fractured West, Mississippi Review, Permafrost, Pindeldyboz, and more. Currently, he is a PhD candidate in Literature & Creative Writing at the University of Utah, and February 2011 saw the release of an anthology he co-edited with James Harris: Of a Monstrous Child (Lost Horse Press).

Ross McMeekin's fiction has appeared recently in Monkeybicycle and Johnny America. He is a MFA student at Vermont College of Fine Arts and lives in Seattle.

J. A. Tyler is founding editor of Mud Luscious Press and author of Inconceivable Wilson (Scrambler Books) as well as the forthcoming A Man of Glass & All the Ways We Have Failed (Fugue State Press) and, with John Dermot Woods, the image text novel No One Told Me I Would Disappear (Jaded Ibis Press). For more, visit:

xTx is a writer living in Southern California. She has been published in places such as PANK, Smokelong, Monkeybicycle, elimae, >Kill Author and Wigleaf. Her new story collection, Normally Special, is available from Tiny Hardcore Press She says nothing at