biographies - issue 59
Lloyd David Aquino
Lloyd David Aquino teaches at Mount San Antonio College. His first chapbook,
Madeline After the Fall, is available through Arroyo Seco Press. His second chapbook,
Concrete's Song, will be published by Picture Show Press in fall 2018.
A multi-media artist living near Washington, DC, Jeff Bagato produces poetry and prose as well as
electronic music and glitch video. Some of his text and visual work has recently appeared in
Empty Mirror, Futures Trading, The New Post-Literate, Otoliths, H&, Gold Wake Live and Midnight Lane Boutique.
He has published nineteen books, all available in the usual online markets, including
Savage Magic (poetry) and The Toothpick Fairy (fiction).
A blog about his writing and publishing efforts can be found at: http://jeffbagato.com
Mike’s writing focuses on fragmentation, rearrangement and reinterpretation --
considering the intimate cycles of identity, self-preservation and mortality.
His work has appeared in a number of publications, including ZYZZYVA, Der Greif, BlackFlash, Drain,
Crooked Teeth, Barzakh and The Shanghai Literary Review. He earned an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute.
Erik Fuhrer holds a MFA from the University of Notre Dame. His work has been published, or is forthcoming,
in BlazeVox, Dream Pop Press, Crack the Spine, Maudlin House, Cleaver, and various other venues.
KJ Hannah Greenberg
KJ Hannah Greenberg tilts at social ills and personal evolutions via poetry, prose and other
forms of creative expression. Her books and short works evidence these values.
Her most recent poetry collection is Mothers Ought to Utter Only Niceties (Unbound CONTENT, 2017).
Her most recent fiction collection is the omnibus, Concatenation (Bards & Sages Publishing, 2018).
Janet lives in a Victorian house in Dorset with a productive courtyard garden. She has had competition successes
with short and long fiction, and short stories published in anthologies and online.
Her novel The Crossing, set in early 20th century Russia and England, is out on submission.
She reviews for the Historical Novels Review and enjoys choral singing.
Dylan Harris, https://dylanharris.org/, lives in Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg. His recent collection,
"big town blues", is published by The Knives Forks and Spoons Press. He set up and mismanages corrupt press: https://corruptpress.net/
John Irvine studied things at Dartington College of Arts, Totnes, the RSAMD, Glasgow and The University of Edinburgh.
His poems and short stories have been published, or are forthcoming in: Blinking Cursor, Essence, Open Mouse,
Poetry Scotland, South and Streetcake Magazine, amongst others.
JBMulligan has had more than 1000 poems and stories in various magazines over the past 40 years, and
has had two chapbooks published: The Stations of the Cross and THIS WAY TO THE EGRESS, as well as 2 e-books,
The City Of Now And Then, and A Book of Psalms. He has appeared in several anthologies,
including Inside/Out: A Gathering Of Poets; The Irreal Reader (Cafe Irreal); and multiple volumes of
Reflections on a Blue Planet.
Mark has only been writing short stories for three months now, but his passion and enthusiasm are unparalleled,
and this has recently resulted in paid pieces in four prestigious magazines
including Books N' Pieces and three upcoming anthologies. Mark currently works in sales and is ready to sell his soul
to the devil for a full-time career as an author. He resides in Melbourne, Australia with his wife and two children.