binary chic is a media educator and filmmaker. Her films have been screened at film festivals around the world, including the Al Jazeera Film Festival, the Tricontinental Film Festival in India, and the Washington DC Independent Film Festival. She has a M.A. in Black Studies from Ohio State University and a M.A. in Communication, Culture and Technology from Georgetown University. She has taught media production in various arts organizations and community colleges in the NYC area.
Ricardo Nazario y Colón has been published in Louisville Review, ArtScene, A Hudson View, Aphros, Amphibious, Nappy New Millennium, and elsewhere. He currently lives, by choice, in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
Kristina Estebo is a retired technical writer living in Northeast Wisconsin. After a career of writing technical documents I am now concentrating on writing poems, fiction, nonfiction, essays, and a memoir. I had had articles published in The Zodiac Review and EWR.
Entrope takes nothing seriously, except perhaps her misbehavior. She lives in a suburb of Washington D.C. with her dog, a collection of silk fabric, and her imagination.
Kirsty Logan is a fiction writer, literary magazine editor, book reviewer, and arts intern. Her fiction and poetry has been published in over 80 anthologies and literary magazines, and broadcast on BBC Radio 4. She is currently working on a novel, Rust and Stardust, and a short story collection, The Rental Heart and Other Fairytales. She has a semicolon tattooed on her toe. Say hello at kirstylogan.com
Sarah Marcus is currently pursuing her MFA in poetry at George Mason University, where she is also an English faculty member, a staff blogger and reader for So to Speak: a feminist journal of language & art, and a staff member at Phoebe: A Journal of Literature & Art. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in the Cimarron Review, Cold Mountain Review, So to Speak, and Slipstream. She was named a finalist for the Iron Horse Literary Review 2011 Single-Author Competition in Poetry, and a top 25 finalist in Glimmer Train’s November 2010 Short Story Award for New Writers competition. Originally from Cleveland, OH, she most recently resides and writes in Fairfax, VA.
Jessy Randall's poems, poetry comics, and other things have appeared in Asimov's, McSweeney's, Rattle, Sentence, and West Wind. Her collection A Day in Boyland (Ghost Road, 2007) was a finalist for the Colorado Book Award. She has a new collection, Injecting Dreams into Cows, forthcoming from Red Hen in 2012. Her website is http://personalwebs.coloradocollege.edu/~jrandall/.
A.L.Rodenberg has been published in Smiths Knoll, the Tipton Poetry Journal, and the Innisfree Journal She was a finalist for the 2011 Patricia Parnell prize in poetry.
Poet, professor and playwright, Frank X Walker, is the author of five collections of poetry. He teaches in the English Dept at the University of Kentucky where he also serves as Director of African American & Africana Studies. For more info visit www.frankxwalker.com
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