Emily Barrios is a writer with more than 30 years’ experience in broadcast news, marketing communications and magazine journalism. Her memoir “Nub: Story of an Ex-Cripple” was published in 2007.
work has recently appeared in The Abacot Journal, Pitkin
Review, and The Binnacle. Four of his short stories were adapted and
at the New Short Fiction Series in
Stefanie Freele’s Recent and forthcoming work can be found in Glimmer Train, American Literary Review, South Dakota Review, Literary Mama, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Westview, Frigg, Boston Literary Review, Permafrost, Hobart, and Contrary. Her short story collection "Feeding Strays" was published by Lost Horse Press in 2009.
work has appeared in Arts Across Kentucky, The Cortland
Review, The Barcelona Review, Drexel Online Journal, Timber Creek
Wind Magazine. She
has been awarded
grants from The Kentucky Foundation for Women and The Kentucky Arts
and was selected co-winner of the Janice Holt Giles Award by Lee Smith. She received an MFA in
Jesse Goolsby’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in Our Stories, Harpur Palate, Storyglossia, Breakwater Review, Paradigm, Vestal Review, Stirring, War, Literature & the Arts, Oak Bend Review, and various anthologies. His short fiction piece “Touch” received the 2010 Richard Bausch Short Fiction Prize, and his story “Derrin of the North” won the 2009 John Gardner Memorial Award in Fiction. His various projects can be viewed at jessegoolsby.blogspot.com.
stories have appeared in anthologies and in dozens of
literary and speculative publications, from Alaska Quarterly Review and
& Letters to Weird Tales. Her latest novel, "Journey to Bom
strange doings in the Amazon. She lives in
holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the
lives, writes, teaches, gardens, and mothers in