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Bill Wolak, A Seductive Delirium in the Lover's Eyes

Scott Neuffer
Poetry - "On the Outskirts of Town"

Scott Neuffer is a journalist, writer, and poet who lives in Nevada with his family. His work has appeared, or is forthcoming, in Carson Valley Times, Nevada Magazine, The Nevada Review, Fiction Fix, Underground Voices, Foreword Reviews, Praxis Magazine, Construction Literary Magazine, Corvus Review, and other fine publications. Check out his first book, Scars of the New Order, at Follow him on Twitter (@scottneuffer) or read his Goodreads blog at

Stephen De Burca
Poetry - "Do Not Put Me in My Coffin"

Stephen De Burca is a philosophy and English undergraduate student at the National University of Ireland, Galway. At 24 years old, he holds a lust for traveling and immersing into foreign cultures. As an artist-in-residence in Listhus Arthouse in Iceland in 2015, he was a featured performer at Siglufjörður’s annual Herring Festival (Síldarævintýri) as well as having his writing displayed at the Out in the Open art exhibition in Ólafsfjörður. In the summer of 2016, he will be staying at art residencies in France and the Netherlands to further explore his writing.

James Bennett
Fiction -  "Friends with Benefits Books"

James works as a teacher in remote Yup'ik villages in western Alaska. He is a recent dropout of the MFA creative writing program at the University of Alaska, Anchorage.

Matthew Kolb
Poetry - "Work from Home / Depression"

Matt Kolb splits his time between rural western Michigan and Chicago, IL. He loves his friends. He has been published in Exposition Review and has work forthcoming in Forklift, Ohio.

Heather Wheat
Poetry - "How to Remember Yourself"

Heather Wheat is a mother, wife, daughter, writer, teacher, booklover, reader, editor, blogger, etc. She's loved poetry since her AP Literature teacher introduced her to the work of Sharon Olds. She drinks massive amounts of coffee in order to function and blogs about books—and sometimes about teaching and life—at She also tweets a fair amount at @hwheaties.