Joshua S. Fullman is an Assistant Professor of English at Faulkner University in Montgomery, Alabama. He earned his bachelor’s and Master’s at California State University, another Master’s at the University of Edinburgh, and his PhD at Southern Illinois University. He currently serves as the Director of the Institute of Faith and the Academy at Faulkner, […]
Janice Daugharty is Artist-in-Residence at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, in Tifton, Georgia. She is the author of one story collection and five novels: Dark of the Moon, Necessary Lies, Pawpaw Patch, Earl in the Yellow Shirt, and Whistle.
Katie DePoppe is an award-winning freelance writer, developmental editor, and former book publicist. She was born and raised in Charleston, South Carolina. In 2009, she became the founding editor at large for Azalea Media, a media company that produces three regional lifestyle and cultural publications throughout South Carolina and Georgia. This endeavor led to the […]
Jordan Murphy is a creative nonfiction writer, foreign language teacher, and goal digger. She is publisher and contributor to many online blogs and is most often found lost in a book from the 19th century. She hails from North Alabama and holds a Bachelor of Science in German Foreign Language Education from Auburn University. Jordan is traveling […]
Glynn Custred is professor emeritus of anthropology at California State University East Bay (formerly Hayward) and a member of the American Anthropological Association.
Elizabeth Harris is the author of Mayhem: Three Lives of a Woman, which won the 2014 Gival Press Novel Award. Her short story collection won the John Simmons Award from the University of Iowa Press. Harris taught at the University of Texas at Austin and is married to Faulkner scholar Warwick Wadlington. Visit Elizabeth Harris […]
Dr. John Ryan Hrebik is a writing professor, lyric poet, and drummer/musician. He holds a Ph.D. in Composition and Rhetoric from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, as well as an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Chatham University. John’s writing style combines the lyric quality of Anna Akhmatova with the stoic sensibility of Jane Kenyon. His poems […]