Storyglossia Issue 43, April 2011.

STORYGLOSSIA Issue 43 Contributors

Gregory J. Wolos's fiction has recently appeared or is forthcoming in elimae, Apple Valley Review, Underground Voices, Prick of the Spindle, Gulf Stream, Emprise Review, and other journals. In the last year his stories have earned recognition in several competitions, including a Pushcart Prize nomination and first place in the 2011 Gulf Stream Award contest. He lives and writes on the northern bank of the Mohawk River in upstate New York. See what he's up to at

Jessica Hollander received her MFA from the University of Alabama. Her recent and forthcoming publications include the Cincinnati Review, >kill author, Quarterly West, Sonora Review, and wigleaF, among others. You can visit her at

Ravi Mangla lives in Fairport, NY. His short fiction has appeared or will soon appear in Mid-American Review, SmokeLong Quarterly, Annalemma, Corium Magazine, and Uncanny Valley. He keeps a blog at

Rebekah Matthews lives in Boston, works in textbook publishing, and usually leaves parties early. Her stories have appeared in such publications as LITnIMAGE, Prick of the Spindle, and The Battered Suitcase. In 2010 she was nominated for Dzanc's Best of the Web and a Pushcart Prize. More information about her writing can be found at

Allison Slavick lives in northern Wisconsin, where she is a mountain bike and cross country ski racer. This is her first published story. Her website is

Nicole Monaghan is editor of the forthcoming flash anthology titled En(Un)Gender Me due out from PS Books in spring, '12. Her most recent work appears or is forthcoming in Used Furniture Review, PANK, Foundling Review, and Negative Suck. She blogs regularly about flash fiction at

Robert Swartwood prefers his eggs scrambled. Visit him at

Shannon Derby received her MFA from Emerson College and taught there for five years. Currently, she lives in Dublin and is pursuing a masters in Irish Writing at Trinity College. She plans to return to Boston upon completing her MPhil dissertation this fall. Her fiction has appeared in apt: a literary journal.