David Grubb, a retired Coastguard Warrant Officer, has creatively written since childhood, yet career/family always came first. He’s changing that aspect of life and loving every minute. His work appears in Touchstone, Toasted Cheese, 1:1000, Sixfold.org, The Elevation Review, Every Day Fiction, The Abstract Elephant, The Bookends Review, Wingless Dreamer, In Parentheses, Havik, Novus, Ab Terra Flash Fiction, & forthcoming in The Dead Mule School & the Showbear Family Circus. http://www.agrubbylife.com – Artwork from “Balance & Disorientation” by Rick Rider, as featured in Volume 7, Issue 1 of In Parentheses
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Melissa Ho was born in 2004 in Sydney, Australia. Growing up, she was captivated by the idea of creating a fictional world; to create evocative landscapes without lifting a pen from a page. Aside from writing, she likes to dance ever since she was 11. Photography by P. M. Chatelain
Henry Mars is a nonbinary author living in Florida, living with their fiancé and a rambunctious cat named Arcadia. Born in the hallowed year of 1998, they grew up playing video games, watching movies, and reading books, absorbed in the various ways stories are told throughout different types of media. Wanting to create impactful stories like the ones they grew up with, they started out writing fanfiction and gradually progressed towards writing their own stories. They adore anything fantasy, supernatural, macabre, strange, and unusual, and incorporate those elements in nearly anything they write to create a world all their own. Artwork by Edward Michael Supranowicz