F. J. Bergmann , Copy Editor, writes poetry and speculative fiction, often simultaneously, which can be found in The 5-2, Black Treacle, Lakeside Circus, Right Hand Pointing, Silver Blade, and elsewhere. Editor of Star*Line and poetry editor of Mobius: The Journal of Social Change; recent awards include the 2012 Rannu Prize for poetry and the 2013 SFPA Elgin chapbook award.
F. John Sharp, Fiction Editor, was born in Indiana, grew up in Toledo, was schooled in Columbus, and lives in Cleveland. He plays drums and penny whistle, writes fiction and poetry, and he once saw Ned Beatty riding a bicycle in Marina del Ray. He’s neither the fastest runner, nor the slowest, and he’s halfway decent at making free throws when he’s in practice. He’ll play euchre for money, but never bets on the horses. Speaking of horses, one of his teenage jobs was collecting urine samples from race horses (yes, that’s exactly what it sounds like.)
Dale Wisely is the founder, general editor, and designer of Right Hand Pointing. He co-edits the journals Unbroken (prose poems) and Unlost (found poems and art). He co-founded and co-edits One Sentence Poems. For more on his writing, lookie.
Bill McCloud's book of Vietnam War poetry, The Smell of the Light: Vietnam, 1968-1969 (Balkan Press), reached #1 on the "Oklahoma Best-Sellers" List (The Oklahoman). His poems are taught at the University School of Milwaukee, WI. He placed 36 poems in ten different publications in 2018/2019. Among the fans of his poetry are songwriters Graham Nash and Jimmy Webb. He lives in Oklahoma.
Annie Stenzel was born in Illinois, but has lived on both coasts of the U.S. and on other continents at various times in her life. Her book-length collection is The First Home Air After Absence (Big Table Publishing, 2017). Her poems appear or are forthcoming in print and online journals in the U.S. and the U.K., from Ambit to Willawaw Journal with stops at Chestnut Review, Gargoyle, Pine Hills Review, Poets Reading the News, The Ekphrastic Review, The Lake, and Whale Road, among others. She currently lives within sight of the San Francisco Bay. For more, visit anniestenzel.com.
Ina Roy (Roy-Faderman) teaches college and graduate biomedical ethics and is both an associate fiction editor for Rivet Journal. Her poetry, fiction, interviews, and literary analyses have appeared in The Rumpus, Transition: Poems in the Aftermath (Indolent Books), Medical Literary Messenger, Right Hand Pointing, Midwestern Studies in Philosophy and elsewhere. Information at