David Madsen

  David Madsen is a novelist and screenwriter best known for the movie Copycat.

William Walsh

William Walsh, who is originally from Jamestown, New York, and has lived all over the United States and Canada, is a narrative poet in the tradition of James Dickey, David Bottoms, and Fred Chappell. His new collection of poems, Fly Fishing In Times Square, recently won the Editors’ Prize and will be published by Cervena Barva Press (Boston) in […]

Leslie Marsh

Leslie Marsh works for the International Academy of Pathology based at The University of British Columbia hospital. Not someone to stay in his lane, he has written on complexity, social epistemology, philosophical psychology, philosophical theology, and the philosophy of literature. He is the co-founder of the journals EPISTEME and Cosmos + Taxis and is also […]

Richard Allen

Richard Allen is a freelance writer based out of West Virginia. He regularly contributes articles to Fan Fest News, Broadway World and Graffiti Magazine. For Fan Fest News, he discusses the latest in video games and media and provides opinion pieces; for Broadway World, he reports on local theatre and regularly interviews both regional and professional actors; […]

Adam Van Winkle

Adam Van Winkle is the author of the novel, Abraham Anyhow, which was selected by Southern Literary Review as the June 2017 “Read of the Month.” The follow up novel, While They were in the Field, releases in 2019.  His prose has appeared in Bull Men’s Fiction, Cheap POP!, Pithead Chapel, Steel Toe Review, Red […]

Jessica Williams

Jessica Williams has a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from The University of Alabama. She has several years of career experience in the legal field as well as investigative services. A native of Grand Bay, Alabama, she lives in Central Florida with her husband and young son where she is a freelance writer, a […]

Fred Chappell

Fred Chappell is one of North Carolina’s most prolific writers.  His long list of credits includes fiction, short stories, poetry, and criticism. He was born in Canton, a small town in western North Carolina.  He attended Duke University and was a beloved professor of English for 40 years at UNC-Greensboro.  He served as North Carolina’s […]

Phyllis Wilson Moore

Phyllis Wilson Moore, an avid reader of books set in the South, is a native of Waynesburg, Pennsylvania. In 1953 she moved across the Mason-Dixon Line to attend nursing school and college and stayed. Like Robert Gipe, she is a product of the Hindman Settlement School Appalachian Writers Workshop. A poet and writer, she researches West […]