Fall Issue Writers & Artists
A proponent of ditching one’s natural hair color for something a bit more creative than nature allows, Shauri occasionally writes poetry and nonfiction. Editing is her usual passion, which is why she founded the literary magazine Exposed Bone with her co-editor-in-chief. She is easily excited by travel, curry, and stingrays, and she is surprisingly feral at concerts. Find her work in Sink Hollow, Kolob Canyon Review, The Southern Quill, and forthcoming in Constellations.
David A. Goodrum
David A. Goodrum, writer/photographer, lives in Corvallis, Oregon. His chapbook, Sparse Poetica (Audience Askew), is due in late 2023, and a poetry collection, Vitals and Other Signs of Life (The Poetry Box), in mid 2024. His poems are forthcoming or have been published in TarRiver Poetry, The Inflectionist Review, Scapegoat Review, Triggerfish Critical Review, among others. See additional work (poetry and photography) at www.davidgoodrum.com.
Anthony Santulli (he/they) is a New Jersey born writer and artist with a B.A. in Creative Writing and Italian from Susquehanna University. Their recent work has appeared in Heavy Feather Review, COUNTERCLOCK, BRUISER, Anti-Heroin Chic, Random Sample, and Red Noise Collective.
Katja Jackson is a student and artist living in Coastal Virginia. She works across different mediums, focusing on nature and the climate crisis, and loves music.
Miles Varana’s work has appeared in Typehouse, The Penn Review, and Passages North. He has worked previously as a staff reader and managing editor at Hawai’i Pacific Review. Miles currently works for WKBT News in La Crosse, Wisconsin, where he does his best to be a good Millennial despite disliking tandem bike rides.
Abbilene Littell writes about memories, nature, and anything else that strikes her. Born in Ashland, Alabama, she received a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Auburn University before heading north. Abbi now lives in Champaign, Illinois, with her husband and two cats: Padme and Salem. Find her on Instagram @a.lit.tell
David John Baer McNicholas
David John Baer McNicholas has been on travel in New Mexico for three years. He is the author of the novel Lemons: In an Orchard. He operates the nascent imprint ghostofamerica ltd co (Anarchy, Abolition, Art) and studies for his BFA in Creative Writing and AA in Native Studies at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe. Currently, he is working on an array of projects. His work can be found on poets.org, Bending Genres, Panorama Travel Journal, and ghostofamerica.net.
Roger Camp is the author of three photography books including the award winning Butterflies in Flight, Thames & Hudson, 2002 and Heat, Charta, Milano, 2008. His work has appeared in numerous journals including The New England Review, Witness and the New York Quarterly. His documentary photography has been awarded Europe's prestigious Leica Medal of Excellence. Represented by the Robin Rice Gallery, NYC, more of his work may be seen on Luminous-Lint.com.
Isabella Mori has been published here, there, but definitely not everywhere. Her first full-length nonfiction book, Believe Me: Stories, interviews and research about mental health and addiction, is slated for publication by Three Ocean Press in the spring of 2024. A lover of the hybrid form, she is also currently working on a series of surreal haibun (a form that combines short prose with haiku) inspired by a tarot deck that depicts 1920s Berlin.
John Arterbury is a Virginia-based writer and former journalist whose work has focused on armed conflict. His nonfiction has appeared in Rolling Stone, The Bangkok Post, New Statesman, and Roads & Kingdoms and his prose has been featured in Glassbottled, Deek Magazine, 365 Tomorrows, and staged for production by the Delta Literary Arts Society. His most recent work of fiction, “The Wrong Side of Heaven,” is forthcoming in the Delmarva Review.
Peter L. Scacco began making woodcut prints when he was sixteen years old. His artwork has been featured in numerous print and online journals. Mr. Scacco also is the author of seven books of poetry and a translation of Théophile Gautier's The Salon of 1850-51. A native of Cleveland, Ohio, and a graduate of Fordham University with a degree in art history, Mr. Scacco has lived and worked in New York, Paris, Tokyo, Brussels, and cities throughout the USA. Since 1995 he has made his home in Austin, Texas. Further examples of his art can be seen at www.scaccowoodcuts.com.
Peter L. Scacco