October 2018


  • Ahern,


    Review board member of Bewildering Stories. Author of three books, numerous short stories, and poems. Background in foreign intelligence and international sales. Resides in Fairfield, Connecticut.

  • Christiansen, Natalie Kaia.

    Writer of horror fiction and poetry. Avid reader. Resides in Flagstaff, Arizona.  

  • Kurtin,


    Columbia University graduate and historian with a Ph.D. from the City University of New York. Author of the ground-breaking book We Can Always Call Them Bulgarians. Resides in New York City,   New York.

  • Lafleche,


    Award-winning poet. Combat veteran. Author of six books. Resides in Ontario, Canada.

  • Laughlin,


    Musician. Writer. Audio engineer. Humboldt State University graduate. Resides  in McKinleyville,  California.

  • Manuelidis,


    Physician. Scientist. Professor. Head of Neuropathology (Surgery Depart-ment) at Yale School of Medicine. Author of two books of poetry: Out of Order and One / Divided by Zero.  Resides in New Haven, Connecticut

  • Parsons,

    Rachel Anne.

    Farmer. Antiques dealer. Poet and fiction writer.  Published in Pine Mountain Sand & Gravel and Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine. Resides in Olive Hill, Kentucky. 

  • Stephens,


    University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire graduate. Tugboat captain. His poems have appeared in Crosswinds, Stoneboat, Pennsylvania English, and other journals. Resides in Malibu, California.

  • 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.

  • Tertychniy,


    Published poet. Translator. Completed a Spanish translation of Daniil Kharms. His work appeared in The Liberated Ulises Almanac,   The East Village, Red Seraph, and other NYU magazines. Resides in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

  • Williams,


    Editor of Night Picnic. Bibliophile. Irkutsk State Polytechnical University graduate and math teacher  of the American International School of Bucharest. Resides in 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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