Arianna Reiche edits The Wrong Quarterly. She's written for Vice, New Scientist, The Independent, and USA Today, and has previously acted as researcher to Dave Eggers at McSweeney's Publishing in San Francisco. She completed Goldsmith's Creative and Life Writing MA programme in 2013. [@ariannareiche]
Lotte Hiller is a writer from London. She recently completed an MA in Creative Writing at Goldsmiths, and is now working on a collection of short stories.
Edmund Thomson Jones is a Yorkshireman from the deepest dales now living in London. He deals with this by writing poetry and prose.
Kit Jenkins studied writing at University of New Brunswick in Fredericton. His fiction has appeared in ROPES and Front&Centre, and his book reviews often appear on the arts website, Roverarts.com. He is currently working on a series of short stories about Ottawa, the city in which he lives.
Inna Effress is a former speechwriter who emigrated from Ukraine to the U.S. as a child. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their three kids.
Steven Earnshaw has short stories in Lackington's Magazine, Squawk Back, Pif, Lab Lit, The Warwick Review and Tears in the Fence. He is one half of E,F, who recently released ‘Two Sequences and a Dream’ on the All Sounds Contemporary label.
Em Faerman studied English Literature and Philosophy at Florida Atlantic University while dabbling a bit in scribbling. She works as an engineering technician in southeast Florida.
Dawn Bailey lives and works in Northwest Arkansas. Her work has appeared in Smokelong Quarterly, Literary Orphans Journal, and Sixpenny Magazine.
Georgia Oman is a writer from Perth, Western Australia. Her work has appeared in Voiceworks, Popshot, and Avenoir.
Ed Ballard studied in Edinburgh and works as a financial journalist in London. His stories have appeared in several small publications.
Jennifer Baldock lives on an ex-goat farm outside of St. Albans with a rooster called Colin who keeps her company while she writes. She’s currently working on a collection of short stories concerning agricultural life in contemporary Britain.
Sydney Morehart is a Californian living in London. She recently completed a Masters in Creative Writing from Goldsmiths, and is working on her first novel.
M S Pallister studied computer science at Cambridge University but soon realised that she was more interested in writing fiction. She’s currently working on a collection of short stories after finally finishing her first novel. One of the short stories from the collection was shortlisted for the Bridport Prize. [@m_s_pallister]
Tyler Wetherall co-edits The Wrong Quarterly. She is a freelance writer published in the Guardian, Vice, The Times, and Electric Literature amongst others. Her fiction has appeared in The Gettysburg Review, and her debut novel is being represented by Janklow & Nesbit. She lives between London and New York. [@tylerwrites]
Agana-Nsiire Agana first entered the literary scene through the Just Imagine poetry festival held in the University of Ghana in 2004, and Open Air Theatre where he read his poetry on radio until 2010. His work has been featured on Poetry Foundation of Ghana, The Writers’ Project and has been reviewed for Ghana Literary Week. Agana is also a theologian and an avid birdwatcher. Twitter: [@AganaAgana]
Angela Brussel is a writer based in Brooklyn. She recently completed Goldsmiths College's MA programme in Creative and Life-Writing and is currently working on a collection of experimental fiction.
Stephanie Rael divides her free time between reading, writing, eating cheese, and delighting in the antics of squirrels and other small rodents. She has a fondness for Central/Eastern European and Russian literature and two of her favorite authors are Fyodor Dostoevsky and Witold Gombrowicz. In addition to writing stories, she hopes one day to start an organic creamery with her partner and a herd of happy goats. Stephanie currently resides in Boise, Idaho.
Tanushree Baidya is a software analyst and writer living in Boston. She’s currently working on a book of short stories called Project Heptanesia about Mumbai and its women. Her fiction and poetry have appeared in The London Journal of Fiction and Open Space India. If you’re ever in a Boston café and see someone writing next to an old crumpled copy of The Stranger, that’s likely her. [@tinksfloyd]
Tamara Lazaroff is a writer of fiction and creative non-fiction, and is a sometimes-poet. She lives in Brisbane, Australia, and is currently working towards the completion of her first collection of short stories based on her ‘roots tour’ through the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. She is also an English language teacher, a cat lover, and a yoga enthusiast. [TamaraLazaroff.com]
Ryan Karacochi studies English Literature at Chichester University. He is currently completing a dissertation on emerging potentiality of short fiction within the 'Millennial' generation.
Chris Stewart is turning his life into a text-based adventure. His poems and filmpoems have appeared in Great Weather For MEDIA, The Atticus Review, Freak Circus, Outdoor Photography, and Break-Out: A Calling Card From The Rising Poets of the Teesside Scene. He is set to perform at the Cheltenham Literary Festival. [@SideBurnedPoet]
Ned Carter Miles is a linguist and writer from London. His work has appeared in the Pinched and Oxford Magazine, and he writes regular art reviews for Aesthetica. He is currently working on his first novel, and will be reading at Brainchild Festival.
Kyra Simone is a writer from Los Angeles. Her work has appeared in The Atlas Review, Black Clock, Conjunctions, Little Star, Les Flaneurs and Her Royal Majesty, among other journals. She lives in Brooklyn.
Tom Hubschmid is a fiction and song writer. He has a degree in English from Mount Royal University. He lives in Calgary, working on a novel and fishing in the Rockies.
Fiona O'Connor lectures at Westminster University, London. She is a Hennessy Short Story Prize winner and 2016 RTÉ Francis MacManus Competition shortlister. She regularly contributes to The Irish Times books section.
Jeff Rehnlund's recent fiction has appeared in Body-Building, Hellscapes, various publications of Bela Shayevich, and Cardinal Points Literary Journal. While residing there, he covered arts for The Korea Times. He's currently working on a detective novel about a teardrop that has gone missing in heaven and a biographical dictionary about people who have become stuck in walls. Otherwise he works as a night nurse in a trauma ward.
Senja Andrejvik-Bullock is in the final stages of an MA in Creative & Critical Writing at the University of Gloucestershire. Her work has been published in Literary Mama, The Lampeter Review, The Dawntreader and Brain, Child magazines and her plays have been shortlisted in several UK competitions. She lives in leafy Cheltenham with her husband, two children and a whole lot of books.
Paul Tarragó is an experimental filmmaker and writer living in London. Recent writings appear in 2HB, decomP magazinE, SO MUCH FOR FREE SCHOOL, ETC. (Five Years), as well as his short story collection - ‘The Mascot Moth and several other pieces’. He's currently working on a second collection entitled 'The Water Rabbits'. [PaulTarrago.net]
Colin Dodds is an author, poet and screenwriter. His writing has appeared in roughly three-hundred publications, been nominated and shortlisted for numerous prizes, and praised by luminaries including Norman Mailer and David Berman. He lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife and daughter. You can see his work at ColinDodds.com
Rachel Ozer-Bearson recently graduated from Macalester College with a Bachelors of Arts in International Studies. Although originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, she currently writes and lives in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Carson Hammond lives in London. Originally from Winnipeg, Canada, he has an MA in English Literature from York University in Toronto.
Parker Desautell lives in a small town and has had short stories previously published in Cadaverine Magazine, Unholy Mess and Numb. He is currently studying at Eastern University in Pennsylvania.
Marlaina Buch makes art and writes about death and nature in Victoria BC, Canada. She is working on a natural history of teeth.
James P Hanley lives in Maryland and has had over 75 short stories in various genres appear in print and online magazines. His novel The Calling was published by 5 Prince Publishing in November, 2014. Jim is working on a collection of short stories.
Amber Massie-Blomfield has had fiction and literary non-fiction published by Penned in the Margins, Annexe Magazine, Antler's Press, the Ghastling and the Roundhouse, and performed at Beacon’s Festival, Lee Fest, Theatre Delicatessen, Storytails and Are You Sitting Comfortably? Her plays have been staged at The Tricycle, ICA, Camden People’s Theatre, Theatre Royal Bath, The Egg, Truman Brewery, and internationally. She has had articles published by The Independent, Guardian, Exeunt, and is a columnist for The Stage. She is Executive Director of Camden People's Theatre.[@AmberMB]
Zhaojing Huang is the author of two previous novels, Once Upon A Time In Singapore and To Pravda. She grew up in Chongqing, China, then lived in Cambridge, New York, Singapore, and has now settled down on the old Iceland Quay in Copenhagen. She currently works as an antique appraisal expert while researching and writing her forthcoming novel, The Buddha Buffet.
Max Wallis is a writer and model from London. He has collaborated with Jack Wills, Harper's Bazaar, Mr Porter and more. His first collection of poetry, Modern Love, was shortlisted for the Polari Prize. He has just finished his first novel: a mixture between His Dark Materials, Skins and a dash of Doctor Who. [@maxrobertwallis]