Alana Speth lives and writes in
Williamsburg, Virginia, where walks in
Colonial Williamsburg provide fodder for
her novel-in-progress. A Pennsylvania
native and New Englander-at-heart,
she holds an MA in comparative history
from the College of William & Mary and
a BA from Smith College.
Jordan Kit attends Baldwin-Wallace
College in Berea, Ohio, where he is
assistant managing editor of Buzz!
Magazine. He has held a lifelong interest
in reading and writing poetry, prose,
and experimental pieces and hopes to
pursue a career in journalism or
publishing upon graduation.
Melissa Santos recently received
her MA in English from Bridgewater
State University, Massachusetts.
She writes for The Herald News
(Fall River) and previously taught
English at New Bedford High School.
She writes fiction and creative
Mary Stone Dockery's first collection of
poetry, Mythology of Touch, was released by
Woodley Press in 2012. She is the author of
two chapbooks, Aching Buttons and Blink
Finch, both forthcoming and a co-author of
the collaborative chapbook Honey and
Bandages, forthcoming. She recently received
her MFA from the University of Kansas.
Peter Jang is pursuing an MFA in creative
writing at the Art Institute of Chicago. He is a
graduate of Fordham University where he
studied English literature and creative writing.
For his short story, "Thanksgiving," he was
awarded the Margaret Lamb/Writing to the
Right-Hand Margin Prize in Creative Writing.
Peter is at work on his first novel. He blogs at
Nancy Geibe Wasson holds degrees in
English, journalism and creative Writing.
She is a member of the Society of
Professional Journalists, continues her
creative writing education through UCLA,
and has published several pieces locally. A
copywriter, creative writer, avid reader and
new blogger at www.nancygw.com/blog,
she enjoys all types of literature.
David Bright started Gemini
Magazine in April 2009. His work can
be found in places like The Café Irreal,
flashquake, The Iconoclast, Nuvein,
TPQ Online, and 100 Word Story. He
is a graduate of UMass Boston.
Daniel Meyer is a 28-year-old poet
and writer. He began writing in the
winter of 2009 for a 365-daily poetry
project. Since then, he has self
published that first year of work,
started a weekly movie review blog,
and continued writing at least two
poems a week on his main site.