A.S. Coomer is an avid reader, writer and taco eater. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Red Fez, Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, Literary Orphans, The Quill, Blotterature, GFT Press, Flash Fiction Magazine, Oxford Magazine, Fredericksburg Literary and Art Review, Heater, The Broadkill Review, Degenerate Literature, The Merida Review, Foliate Oak Literary Magazine, Rat’s Ass Review, Moonglasses Magazine, Thirteen Myna Birds, Full Of Crow, Intrinsick Magazine and Serving House Journal, to name a few. You can find him at www.ascoomer.wordpress.com. He also runs a “record label” for poetry: www.lostlonggoneforgottenrecords.wordpress.com.
Swastika Jajoo is a final year Literature student from Lady Shri Ram College, New Delhi. Currently the Coordinator for Expressions, the creative writing society in her college, Swastika has also been associated with the internationally acclaimed Jaipur Literature Festival. She was invited to New York to receive the KidSpirit Award for her poetry in 2014.
Jennifer Lothrigel is a poet and artist residing in the San Francisco Bay area. Her work has been published in Trivia: Voices of Feminism, Narrative Northeast, Poetry Quarterly, Firefly Magazine, Cordella Magazine, Dirty Chai, We’ Moon and elsewhere.
Milt Montague was born and raised in New York City. He survived The Great Depression, the school system, and World War II. Back to finish college, marry and help raise 3 lovely daughters. After many years as an independent business person, retirement and back to college, spent 20 years of reveling in knowledge, then discovered writing at 85. Now at 90 plus he has 85 poems and 15 brief memoirs published in 25 different magazines, so far…
Saloni Kaul, author and poet, was first published at the age of ten and has been in print since. As critic and columnist Saloni has enjoyed thirty eight years of being published. Saloni Kaul’s first volume, a fifty poem collection was published in the USA in 2009. Subsequent volumes include Universal One and Essentials All. Most recent Saloni Kaul poetic production has been published in Poetry Quarterly, The Penwood Review, Eye On Life Magazine, Tipton Poetry Journal, The Horrorzine, Poetry And Paint Anthology, Misty Mountain Review, Inwood Indiana, Mad Swirl, FIVE Poetry and The Voices Project. Upcoming publication acceptances include Sentinel Quarterly (October 2016) as well as AJI Magazine.