June 2019


  • Allen,

    Samuel J.

    Data Scientist. Writer. Horror enthusiast. Work featured on The NoSleep Podcast.. Manchester, England. 

  • Bohan,


    Writer. Curator at Silas Plum Art. Halfway, Virginia, USA

  • Bohleber,

    A. C.

    Teacher. Writer. Published in Coffin Bell Journal and Whispers to Roars Magazine. Nashville, Tennessee, USA.

  • Ciesla,


    Writer. Musician. Filmmaker and coder. Published in Verbal Magazine and Thrice Fiction. Helsinki, Finland.

  • Dianne,


    Poet. Novelist. Screenwriter. Playwright . Performer. New York, New York, USA.

  • Helton,

    Bryan Edward.

    Poet. Novelist. Newnan, Georgia, USA.

  • Jones, Briley Dewayne.

    Writer. Citizen of the Comanche Nation. Published in The Nasiona and The Gold Mine. Lawton, Oklahoma, USA.

  • Kondratyeva,


    Ural State Pedagogical University graduate. Freelance Translator and Editor. Avid language learner. Resides in every country ready to welcome her (currently France).

  • Lindsay,

    James M.

    Editor. Poet and writer. Librarian. Graduate student at York St. John University. Published by Edge magazine and Angles magazine online. Jarrow, England.

  • Manuelidis,


    Physician. Scientist. Professor. Head of Neuropathology (Surgery Department) at Yale School of Medicine. Author of Out of Order and One / Divided by Zero.  New Haven, Connecticut, USA.

  • McLaughlin,


    Father. Husband. Tile Man. Author of two self-published books. Previously published by Dodg‐ ing the Rain. Nashua, New Hampshire

  • Muthleb,


    Writer. Aspiring ecologist. Graduate of Santa Clara University. Los Angeles, California, USA.

  • Olson,


    Writer. Painter. Musician. Student of Psychology & Spanish at Minnesota State University Moorhead. Moorhead, Minnesota, USA.

  • Parsons,

    Rachel Anne.

    Farmer. Antiques dealer. Poet and Fiction Writer. Published in Pine Moun‐ tain Sand & Gravel and Now & Then: The Appalachian Maga‐ zine. Olive Hill, Kentucky, USA.

  • Paxson,


    Writer. Poet. Artist. Graduate of the Interlochen Arts Academy and Minneapolis College of Art & Design. Published by Pangolin Press, Redbird Chap‐ books, Poet's Night Out. Michigan, USA.

  • Pendleton, Kristopher.

    Poet. Artist. Outdoorsman. Father. Born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.

  • Rivera,

    Frank V.

    Student at Arizona State University. Poet. Published in From Whispers to Roars. Phoenix, Arizona, USA.

  • Stearns,


    High school teacher. Graduate student at SUNY Brockport. Resides in Cohocton, New York, USA.

  • Stumpo,


    Editor and Art Director of Night Picnic. Published scholar and illustrator. Educator. Writer. Award-winning fashion designer. Resides in New York City, New York.

  • Vigfusson,


    Writer. Published by Referential Mag‐ azine, Constellations, Windmill, Feminine Collective, The Valley Review, The Tower Journal and other magazines. Nutley, New Jersey, USA.

  • Voron,


    State employee. Writer, artist. Fan of horror and esotericism. Moscow, Russian Federation.

  • Williams, Christopher

    Poet. Fan of magick, comics, and music. Los Angeles, California, USA.

  • Williams,


    Editor of Night Pic‐ nic. Bibliophile. Irkutsk State Polytechnical University graduate and math teacher of the American International School of Bucharest. Bucharest, Romania.

  • Zaitsev,

    Igor V.

    Editor-in-Chief of Night Picnic. Biologist. Professor. Deputy Chair at BMCC, the City University of New York. Author of two books of poetry: In a Hurry to Live and At Ease in Heaven. Resides in New York City, New York.

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