Alexx Mattox is an MFA student at San Diego State University. Some of her short fiction can be found in The Pacific Review and Pressed Publication. Artwork by Edward Michael Supranowicz featured originally in Winter 2021 Issue of In Parentheses.
Dan Cardoza’s poetry, fiction, and nonfiction: Apricity, BlazeVOX, Bull, Cleaver, Coffin Bell, Entropy, Fri(c)tion, Gravel, O:JA&L/Open: Journal of Arts & Letters, New Flash Fiction Review, Poetry Northwest, Running Wild Press, Spelk, and Your Impossible Voice. Dan’s nominations: Best Micro Fiction, Tiny Molecules, 2020 and Best Poetry, Coffin Bell, 2020. Artwork by Edward Michael Supranowicz
Adam Tarawneh is an American who was born on March 25, 1987. He traveled to Jordan in 1999, the country of his origins. He majored in English Literature for his bachelor’s degree. After he graduated, he moved to work in the Gulf as an English teacher for several years until he pursued his dreams and continued his Master’s degree in literature from Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, UK. Now, he is an Adjunct Instructor teaching literature throughout several colleges and universities across the United States.
When he was young, Bob Chikos held the title of World’s Youngest Senior Citizen. He…