Dave Alcock lives in Devon, England, and writes about ordinary people and places. His stories focus on psychological change and the seeing and acceptance of new things. They have been published in print by Ad Hoc Fiction and can also be found online at Every Day Fiction, STORGY Magazine, Flash Frontier, and The Cabinet of Heed.
Paul Beckman’s latest flash collection, Kiss Kiss (Truth Serum Press), was a finalist for the 2019/2020 Indie Book Awards. Some of his stories appeared in Spelk, Necessary Fiction, Litro, Pank, Playboy, Jellyfish Review and The Lost Balloon. He had a story selected for the 2020 UK National Flash Fiction Day Anthology Lineup. Paul curates the FBomb NY flash fiction reading series monthly in KGB’s Red Room (Currently Virtual).
Celia Coyne lives in Christchurch, New Zealand. She graduated with honours from Hagley Writers’ Institute and her fiction has appeared in various journals and anthologies. Her first collection of short stories, ‘Things You Don’t Need to Know’, is soon to be published by Truth Serum Press. She is currently creating books on mindfulness and meditation that feature her landscape photography. Find more of her writing and photography on her website www.mybeautifulsky.com
Mike Crowl , writer, pianist, composer and sometime actor, is now in his eighth decade. Since 2014 he has published three children’s fantasies: Grimhilda!, The Mumbersons and the Blood Secret, and The Disenchanted Wizard. He has written a non-fiction book, Diary of a Prostate Wimp, which to his surprise sells better than all the fantasies combined. Nevertheless he’s currently working on a fourth children’s story. He blogs less often than he once did, and no longer writes book reviews because he didn’t have enough time to read the books he wanted to read.
Keren Dibbens-Wyatt is a chronically ill writer and artist with a passion for poetry, mysticism, story and colour. Her creativity features regularly on spiritual blogs and in literary journals. Keren’s full-length publications include Recital of Love and Garden of God’s Heart. She lives in South East England and is mainly housebound.
Ursula Hoult is late in life to writing. However, over that life she has done many things – a little bit of a lot of things, in fact. She trusts this will result in new and interesting stories being told. She is currently focused on flash fiction writing. Her writing can be found at https://ursulahoult.com/.
Ryan Kelley is a survivor of a schizophrenia diagnosis. He writes stories and poems and lives in Toronto with his cat.
Koenraad Kuiper’s poetry has been published in New Zealand, Canada and The Netherlands. In New Zealand his poems have appeared in Islands, Landfall, Poetry New Zealand, Sport and takahe. He has published four books of poetry: Signs of Life, Mikrokosmos, Timepieces and Bounty at ten year intervals.
Len Kuntz is a writer from Washington State and the author of four books, most recently the story collection, THIS IS WHY I NEED YOU, out now from Ravenna Press. You can find more of his writing at lenkuntz.blogspot.com
Leonard Lambert is the author of nine poetry collections, the most recent being a chapbook Winter Waves (Cold Hub Press, 2018). Between poems, he paints and enjoys a degree of local fame on his home turf of Hawke’s Bay. Leonard’s works can be seen on: www.paintingpoets.co.nz
Sarah Leavesley is a prize-winning photographer who also dabbles with ink, paint, collage and film. She was The High Window journal’s Resident Artist 2019 and more of her photography/artwork can also be found here.
Michelle Matheson lives in Auckland with her husband, daughter and two very naughty cats. She primarily writes flash fiction and has been long-listed for Bath Flash Fiction, Flash500, Reflex Flash Fiction and Retreat West amongst others. Her publications include Headland, Flash Frontier, The Cabinet of Heed and Ellipsiszine. Michelle is currently attempting to write her first novel.
Bruce Meyer is author or editor of 64 books of poetry, short fiction, flash fiction, and non-fiction. He was winner of the 2019 Anton Chekhov Prize for Fiction (UK). He lives in Barrie, Ontario, Canada.
Julia Paillier lives a quiet life in Kent, England, and has been writing flash fiction for a few years now.
Patrick Pink is a flash fiction fanatic and a fan of Flash Frontier.
Jeremy Roberts has appeared at poetry events in many locations, including being an MC at Auckland’s Poetry Live, and currently interviews poets on Radio Kidnappers. He has made neon lights, children’s puzzles, and has been a primary school teacher and a visual artist. Jeremy’s work has been published in a wide range of journals – including NZ Listener, Landfall, takahē, JAAM, Poetry NZ, and Phantom Billstickers. He is also a poetry book reviewer. His first poetry collection was Idiot Dawn, consisting of poems written in the 1980s. His collection second collection is Cards on the Table (IP Australia 2015).
Hibah Shabkhez is a writer of the half-yo literary tradition, an erratic language-learning enthusiast, a teacher of French as a foreign language and a happily eccentric blogger from Lahore, Pakistan. Her work has previously appeared in The Blue Nib, Cordite Poetry, Headway Quarterly and a number of other literary magazines.
North Carolina photographer Jo Ann Tomaselli on her art: ‘As artists, we all have goals for the work we create and share. I regard each image a success when it brings even the smallest measure of wonder or joy to those who see it. Inspired by color, shape and design, the process of making photographs continues to intrigue and delight years after picking up my first film camera.’ Access Jo Ann’s portfolio at joanntomaselli.com