STORYGLOSSIA Issue 46 Contributors
Sean Bernard has had fiction in Copper Nickel, LUMINA, and Santa Monica Review, among other places. He teaches writing at the University of La Verne, where he's served as editor of Prism Review for the last three years.
Will Boast's fiction has appeared in Best New American Voices 2009, Narrative, Glimmer Train, The Southern Review, Fivechapters, and other publications and is forthcoming in The American Scholar. He recently finished a Stegner Fellowship at Stanford University and currently lives in San Francisco, where he moonlights as a performing musician. "Dead Weight" is part of his collection, Power Ballads, which recently won the 2011 Iowa Short Fiction Award and will be published as part of that series this October.
Melanie Browne is a poet and fiction writer living in Texas. She recently had work published in Bartleby Snopes, Blacklisted Magazine, Phantom kangaroo, and Horror Sleaze Trash. She has a B.S. degree in Art Education. She is the editor-in-chief of The Literary Burlesque.
Robyn Carter's writing has appeared in Playboy and Tempslave, and is forthcoming in Switchback. "Impossible Object" is her first published fiction. She lives in San Francisco where she works for the school district teaching creative writing to kids. You can spy on her class at Room2Ruminations.blogspot.com.
Josh Denslow lives in Dripping Springs, Texas with five dogs, three cats, two rabbits and a hot wife. His stories have appeared in Black Clock, A cappella Zoo (forthcoming), Upstreet and Twelve Stories. He has written and directed five short films that have played at a few festivals, and he plays drums in the band Borrisokane. His short story collection Frequently Mistaken and his novel TOUCH are both looking for homes. They make a dashing pair.
Brad Green lives in North Texas with his wife and three children. His work can be found in Surreal South '11 and elsewhere. He's an assistant editor at PANK magazine and Dirty Noir. He blogs here: elevatetheordinary.wordpress.com
Bennett Paris's stories have appeared in Fiction, In Posse Review, and Skive, among others. He lives in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil, where he makes a semblance of a living as a translator and occasional tour guide.
A. Werner is a recent graduate of Reed College. She currently lives in Portland, OR, where she teaches teenagers about literature and reads prose submissions for Tin House. This is her first publication. She can be find online at A. is A.
Rich Ives has received grants and awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, Artist Trust, Seattle Arts Commission and the Coordinating Council of Literary Magazines for his work in poetry, fiction, editing, publishing, translation and photography. His writing has appeared in Verse, North American Review, Massachusetts Review, Northwest Review, Quarterly West, Iowa Review, Poetry Northwest, Virginia Quarterly Review, Fiction Daily and many more. He is the 2009 winner of the Francis Locke Memorial Poetry Award from Bitter Oleander. His story collection, The Balloon Containing the Water Containing the Narrative Begins Leaking, was one of five finalists for the 2009 Starcherone Innovative Fiction Prize. In 2010 he was a finalist in fiction at Black Warrior Review and Mississippi Review and in poetry at Cloudbank and Mississippi Review. In 2011 he is again a finalist in poetry at Mississippi Review. The Spring 2011 Bitter Oleander contains a feature including an interview and 18 of his hybrid works.