Timothy Reilly

Timothy Reilly was a professional tuba player in both the United States and Europe during the 1970s (in 1978, he was a member of the orchestra of the Teatro Regio in Turin, Italy). He is currently a retired substitute teacher, living in Southern California with his wife, Jo-Anne Cappeluti, a published poet and scholar.


Terri Brown-Davidson

Terri Brown-Davidson’s first book of poetry, The Carrington Monolgues (Lit Pot Press), was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in 2002. Her first novel, Marie, Marie: Hold on Tight (Lit Pot Press), was discussed in the Writer and published to excellent reviews. Terri is a fiction writer, poet, visual artist, and photographer who has received the Dillman Resort Scholarship for Colored Pencil, had her paintings featured in the group show Elementique, and won three Fresh Idea awards from the photography site


John Christopher Nelson

John Christopher Nelson was raised between ninety-four acres of chaparral in San Diego County and a defunct mining town in the Nevada high desert. He earned his BA in American Literature from UCLA, where he was executive editor of Westwind. John is a graduate of the Stonecoast MFA in Creative Writing, where he has served a variety of roles—including editor-in-chief—on the Stonecoast Review.


Andrew Valentine

Andrew Valentine’s stories have appeared in Literary Orphans, Chagrin River Review, Pioneertown, Poplorish! and the Shrug, among others. He lives and writes in Eugene, OR.



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