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.
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.
Award-winning poet. Combat veteran. Author of six books. Resides in Ontario, Canada.
Musician. Writer. Audio engineer. Humboldt State University graduate. Resides in McKinleyville, California.
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
Farmer. Antiques dealer. Poet and fiction writer. Published in Pine Mountain Sand & Gravel and Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine. Resides in Olive Hill, Kentucky.
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire graduate. Tugboat captain. His poems have appeared in Crosswinds, Stoneboat, Pennsylvania English, and other journals. Resides in Malibu, California.
Editor and Art Director of Night Picnic. Published scholar and illustrator. Educator. Writer. Award-winning fashion designer. Resides in New York City, New York.
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.
Editor of Night Picnic. Bibliophile. Irkutsk State Polytechnical University graduate and math teacher of the American International School of Bucharest. Resides in Bucharest, Romania
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.