Carmen C. Zayasbazan is a student at Western Washington University studying Environmental Policy. She grew up in the Chicago area and lived in San Antonio throughout her teenage years. She enjoys reading historical fiction, camping, writing and making art. She hopes to work in environmental law upon graduating from college.
Born and raised in South Africa, K.P. Taylor came to the US at 29 to work at an amusement park for the summer and never left. His work has appeared in Hobart, Gargoyle, Ginosko, The Blue Nib, Running Wild Anthology of Stories, and others.
Tito Titus, author of ‘I can still smile like Errol Flynn’ (Empty Bowl Press, 2015), appears in various journals and anthologies, most recently Garrison Keillor’s The Artist’s Almanac in May of this year. https://www.poetfire.com/
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