Some real contributors have work published on this website, while others have not.
Here is the complete list of contributors and their stories:
Gessy Alvarez - Notebooks
Cheri Ause - Visions of the Saint
Meghan K. Barnes - How to Forget
Layla Blackwell - Steps for my Uncle
Laura Bogart - Fairytale
John Wentworth Chapin - Beggars
Rebecca Chekouras - Malcolmina XOX
James Claffey - spreading from the false fly
Joanna Delooze - Itch
Mira Desai - Beholden
Gloria Frym - Greetings from Havana
S.H. Gall - Crack
Cinda Gibbon - Travels
Walter Giersbach - Immortality, Version 2.0
Jane Hammons - Which Way to the Vomitorium?
William Henderson - I Statements
Gill Hoffs - Desperately Seeking Sustenance
Claire Ibarra - Things Left Behind
Joanne Jagoda - Little Fish
Maude Larke - Near Marvelous
Michael Gillan Maxwell - Fly the Friendly Skies
S.B. Phoenix - There's That Noise Again
Matt Potter - Stoned
Mark Rosenblum - Indelible Impression
Shane Simmons - A Curious Fellow
D.M. Simone - A Matter of Faith
Jonathan Slusher - Magic French Words
Sharon Louise Stephenson - Where Her Mind Is
Thomas Sullivan - Joyce to the World
Diana J. Wynne - The Rose
Laura Bogart’s work has appeared in 34th Parallel, Glossolalia, Milk Sugar Literatur and Full of Crow, among others. She was awarded a Grace Paley Fellowship by the Juniper Institute at UMass Amherst. She is a featured writer on The Nervous Breakdown and is currently working on a novel.
Gloria Frym is the author of two collections of short stories--Distance No Object (City Lights Books), and How I Learned (Coffee House Press). Her most recent books of poetry are Mind Over Matter (BlazeVOX, 2011) and Any Time Soon (Little Red Leaves, 2010). She teaches at California College of the Arts in the Bay Area.
Cinda Gibbon is a writer, artist, and photographer in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA. She was formerly a college librarian and has published and presented at national conferences in the fields of library science and management. Because of a chronic illness, she has taken an early retirement.
Jane Hammons teaches writing at UC Berkeley. She has a story in Hint Fiction (W. W. Norton) and is the recipient of a Derringer Award from the Short Mystery Fiction Society. Her writing has appeared in various magazines: Columbia Journalism Review, Crimespree Magazine, San Francisco Chronicle Magazine and Verbicide.