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C o n t r i b u t o r s


Robert Scotellaro (Guest Editor) has published short fiction and poetry in numerous journals and anthologies. He is the author of six literary chapbooks and three books for children. A collection of his flash fiction, Measuring the Distance, was published by Blue Light Press (2012). A digital chapbook of prose poems is forthcoming from White Knuckle Chaps. Raised in Manhattan, he currently lives in California with his wife and daughter.


Floyce Alexander has had poems published in such journals as Colorado Review, The Nation, and elsewhere. He is the author of The Ice House (Red Dragonfly Press, 2006) and three previous collections of poetry.


José Angel Araguz has had work most recently in Barrow Street, Slipstream, and Gulf Coast.


Maggie Blake’s poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Tar River, Slipstream, The Southern Poetry Anthology, and elsewhere. Her poem “Topography” was recently nominated for a Pushcart Prize. She is currently engaged in the Sewanee School of Letters MFA program. During the year, she teaches high school in Atlanta, GA.


Steve Brightman lives in Kent, OH, and believes in two seasons: winter and baseball. His most recent chapbook is 13 Ways Of Looking At Lou Reed (Crisis Chronicles Press), which is more homage to the long-dead Wallace Stevens than the recently departed Lou Reed.


Jack Caseros is a Canadian writer and scientist whose work has recently appeared in Typehouse Literary Magazine, Cactus Heart, and Epigraph Magazine. His first novel, Onwards & Outwards (Kaleidoscope Reality, 2012) was released to zero acclaim. You can read more about Jack at


Alicia Cole lives with a photographer and a bevy of animals. Over their house, egrets and great blue herons fly. She has a penchant for birding, blackberries, and walking through brambles. Her poetry may be found at Third Wednesday, Punchnel’s, Eclectica Magazine, and Loose Leaf Tea. Find her here:


Michael Keenan’s first book of poems, Translations On Waking In An Italian Cemetery, will be released by A-Minor Press in the spring of 2014. His writing has appeared in the PEN Poetry Series, Fence, Alice Blue Review, RealPoetik, NYQ Reviews, inter|rupture, Shampoo, Paul Revere’s Horse, and Arsenic Lobster, among others. Michael currently talks to people at Columbia University.


Ron. Lavalette lives in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom, land of the fur-bearing laketrout and the bilingual stop sign. He has been widely published both in print and online. A sample of his published work can be found at Eggs Over Tokyo.


R. D. McManes writes from the within, and poems often leak out.


Tim McLafferty lives in NYC and works as a drummer. He has had poems in Portland Review, Barrow Street, Painted Bride Quarterly, Pearl, Assisi, and elsewhere. More about Tim here


Vincent O'Connor is originally from Kilfinane, in Ireland, but now lives in Cork with his wife, two kids, and two cats (more sad than interesting). He has previously been published in The Penny Dreadful, The Puffin Review, Frogpond, etc., but you don’t really care too much about all that, do you? 


Meg Pokrass is the author of the forthcoming novella-in-flash Here, Where We Live (Rose Metal Press, 2014). Her flash fiction has been internationally anthologized, most recently in the forthcoming Flash Fiction International (W.W. Norton, 2014).


Deidre Price teaches writing at Northwest Florida State College. Her recent work can be found in Wicked Alice, The Penwood Review, and online at The Little Literati, where she writes articles and creative nonfiction on the love of literature and being “a mama of three and lit Ph.D.”


A frequent contributor to Right Hand Pointing, Brad Rose was born and raised in southern California, and lives in Boston. Links to his poetry and fiction can be found at his blog.  His chapbook of miniature fiction, Coyotes Circle the Party Store, can be read here.  


Phil Shils is a physican assistant in Decatur Illinois. He has poems published in Sixth Finch, Rattle, Metazen, Right Hand Pointing and other places too. A chapbook about life with his special needs daughter is online at Right Hand Pointing. A print version will be available in late March.


Nancy Stohlman’s books include The Monster Opera (2013), Searching for Suzi: a flash novel (2009), Live From Palestine (2003), and three anthologies of flash fiction including Fast Forward: The Mix Tape (2010), which was a finalist for a 2011 Colorado Book Award. She’s a founding member of Fast Forward Press, the creator of The F-Bomb Flash Fiction Reading Series in Denver, and her work has been nominated for The Best of the Web.


Guadalupe Terrones is 19 and lives in wonderfully exhausting New York City, where a few of her addictions include Latin and food. More of her writing at her tumblr at


Mark Vulliamy was the Manager of Unintended Outcomes for a civic bureaucracy, now semi-reformed. Mostly writing plays (one just workshopped) but sometimes poems leak out instead.


Meredith Weiers graduated from Carnegie Mellon University and lives in southern Maryland.













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