Cynthia is a Seattle based artist and art instructor. She grew up in the midwest with a mother who taught the old technique of Porcelain/China Painting. Early in her art career she worked as a ceramicist apprenticing with JT Abernathy. After a move to the West Coast, she received a BFA in painting from UW. She made the switch to 2D at that time and has stayed there ever since, making paintings, collages and prints. Her works are housed in numerous public and private collections and have been shown nationally. She currently teaches clay classes and art for challenged students and families in Seattle while exhibiting her own work.
David S. Rubenstein
David is an American writer, photographer, poet, and painter. His work appears in a variety of publications, and his photograph "D-M Farm" is on permanent display in the Village of Montgomery town hall. An interview with the author appears in Midwest Gothic January 2018. A collection of his short stories can be found on Kobo.
Alex Wells Shapiro
Alex is a text based artist living in Chicago whose work includes poetry and visual art. He received his BA from Northeastern University in 2015 and MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2017. He has recently published work in NUNUM and has work forthcoming in Storm Cellar, unstamatic, and Genre: Urban Arts.
Tonya is a poet and photographer of color. She holds a BS degree in Sociology from TWU. Her works have been published in numerous literary journals, for which she feels forever humbled.
Brian Michael Barbeito
Brian is a Canadian writer and photographer. He is the author of Chalk Lines, a chapbook from Fowl Pox Press.