Annie Neugebauer is a short story writer, novelist, and award-winning poet. She has work appearing or forthcoming in Wichita Falls Literature and Art Review, Six Sentences, Texas Poetry Calendar 2011, Voices de la Luna, Versifico, Collections I, Ardent!, The Stray Branch, Dark Horizons, Eunoia Review, and Encore. Annie is the President of the North Branch Writers’ Critique Group as well as the Vice President of the Denton Poets' Assembly. She lives in Denton, Texas with her husband Kyle and two cats, Buttons and Snaps. You can visit her at www.WordsByAnnie.com.
Daniel Romo is an MFA candidate at Queens University of Charlotte, but represents the LBC. His poetry can be found in Fogged Clarity, MiPoesias, Scythe, Praxilla, and elsewhere. His first book of poetry, Romancing Gravity, is forthcoming from Pecan Grove Press. More of his writing can be found at danielromo.wordpress.com.
Febe Moss hails from the mystical land of Cowboys and big hair. She is a thirty-one year old native Texan, who loves to write about the strange side of life. Currently, she is finishing her first novel and will soon be seeking publication. Febe loves the beat generation, inquiring if the walrus was Paul, and swimming at night. Febe's blog is located at http://thefeebs.blogspot.com/.
Franklin Murdock is a writer and poet from the Midwestern United States. Though most of his work is harvested from the vast landscapes of horror, fantasy, and science fiction, Franklin strives to spin tales outside the conventions of these genres. Beyond fiction, he has written essays that have been published in regional newspapers and that have won contests, has published poetry, has been featured on Internet radio broadcasts, and has written lyrics and music for short films. He also maintains franklinmurdock.com.
Glenn W. Cooper lives and writes in Tamworth, Austalia, where he manages an independent bookstore. His books include 'Tryin' To Get To Heaven - Poems About Bob Dylan' and 'His Crucible of Pain: 20 Prose Poems Concerning Rimbaud'. He can be contacted at email@example.com.
Harry Calhoun’s articles, literary essays and poems have appeared in magazines including Writer’s Digest and The National Enquirer. He has been published at odd poetry whistlestops for the past 30 years. His poems have appeared in the book The Black Dog and the Road and and his chapbooks, Something Real, Near daybreak, with a nod to Frost and Retreating Aggressively into the Dark. He’s had recent publications inChiron Review, Orange Room Review, Gutter Eloquence and many others. Find out more at http://harrycalhoun.net.
Jane Røken believes in coloured lanterns and old tractors. She has been a saxhorn player in a brass band, a research technician in a secret lab, and a member of the Fourth International. Now past sixty, she has not yet decided what she wants to be when she grows up. In the meantime, she writes weird stories and spooky poems. For you. Yes, you.
Kimberly Casey is a Massachusetts poet who has made her home in every corner of the state. An Emerson College graduate and member of Emerson's 2010 College Unions Poetry Slam Invitational team, Kimberly remains active in the poetry scene both in Boston and Worcester, while nesting in her current town of Westfield, where she can be spotted constantly sipping tea, writing, and dreaming.