ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Why Don't You Dance: Isaac Feuerman is a Senior at Western Washington University in Bellingham. His short stories and essays have appeared in Jeopardy and The Beechwood Review, as well as other publications.
Secret Fields: Anne-Marie Yerks is a fiction writer, essayist, and journalist from the Metropolitan Detroit region. Her essays have appeared in online editions of Good Housekeeping, marie claire, Country Living, and Redbook. She has work forthcoming in Modern Memoir (Fiction Attic Press) and in Recipes with a Story (Blue Lobster Books).
Boys: Sarah K. Stephens earned her Doctorate in Developmental Psychology in 2007 and teaches a variety of courses in human development as a university lecturer. Although Fall and Spring find her in the classroom, she remains a writer year-round. Her debut novel, A Flash of Red, will be released in Winter 2016 by Pandamoon Publishing.
Falling Away: Josh Penzone earned his Masters in Creative Writing from Wilkes University. In 2015, ELJ Publications published his short story, The Whitings, as a solo title, which is available on Amazon. His fiction is forthcoming in The Critical Pass Review as well as in Sediments Literary-Arts Journal (under a pseudonym). He currently lives in Ohio, where he teaches high school English.
The Dog: Brent Fisk has had work recently accepted by Gravel, Forge, and 3 Elements.