Manuel Q. Arguilla
Nicole Kapise Perkins
Chris Butler is a graduate of Southern Methodist University, BFA in Fine Arts, 1993. He studied poetry writing with the late Jack Myers. Chris currently resides in Cary, NC.
Manuel Que Arguilla is a Journalism professor and a Development Communication instructor. A recent graduate of B.A. Communication research, he maintains his bi-lingual (English and Filipino) blog: manuelarguilla.tumblr.com
Walter Ruhlmann works as an English teacher, edits mgversion2>datura and runs mgv2>publishing. His latest collections are The Loss through Flutter Press, and Twelve Times Thirteen through Kind of a Hurricane Press. Coming up in 2014, Crossing Puddles, through Robocup Press. His blog: http://thenightorchid.blogspot.fr/
Nicole Kapise Perkins is a writer, poet, and blogger living in western Massachusetts. She holds a degree in English with a focus on Nineteenth-Century Literature and Women’s Studies. Her work has appeared in Granny Moon’s Morning Feast, The Pagan Review, The Pagan Activist, The Montague Reporter, and most recently, Wild Sister Magazine. Currently, Nicole Kapise Perkins is a blogger for SageWoman Magazine. She has also written for the book blog, Bookish Owl. Some of her in-progress projects include several short story collections, children’s books, and a volume of poetry. You can visit her blog, Ellie @ Home, at http://nicolekapiseperkins.blogspot.com.
Charles Souby was born and raised on the Chicago North Shore. A graduate of the Upright Citizen’s Brigade in Los Angeles and BATS Improv in San Francisco, he studied with poet and fiction author James Tipton. In 2010, he published his first novel, Winifred, with AuthorHouse and has recently written a screenplay adapted from the work. His second novel, A Shot of Malaria, will be released by Infinity Publishing in January 2015.
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