Rhonda Ray

Rhonda Ray is a retired English professor writing a coming-of-age memoir set on a North Carolina tobacco farm. An excerpt from the memoir is forthcoming in the anthology Being Home (Madville Publishing, 2021).

Robert Kostuck

Robert Kostuck is an M.Ed. graduate from Northern Arizona University. Recently published fiction, essays, and reviews appear or are forthcoming in the anthologies Everywhere Stories, Vols. II and III, Manifest West, Vol. VI, and DoveTales, Vols. IV—VII, and in many print and online journals including Louisiana Literature, Kenyon Review, The Massachusetts Review, The Southwest Review, […]

Jason Kingry

Jason Kingry is an undergraduate student at Auburn University, an intern at the Blackstone & Burke Center for Law & Liberty, and a Mises Institute Undergraduate Research Intern.

Marina Brown

Marina Brown is the author of two Gold-Medal-winning novels, Land Without Mirrors and Lizbeth, and a Silver-Medal-winning volume of poetry, The Leaf Does Not Believe It Will Fall, as well as other books. Currently, she writes for the Tallahassee Democrat and two national magazines. Brown is a former professional ballet dancer, an R.N., a cellist in a symphony orchestra, a tango […]

Lei Lei

Dr. Lei Lei is a tech entrepreneur and lecturer of comparative literature at Columbia University in the City of New York. Leveraging her expertise in education, she co-founded PowerYou, an e-learning company that uses new technology to help individuals to learn and grow through peer learning. Her dissertation, published in 2020, explores the power of […]

Mike Foldes

Mike Foldes is an electronics sales engineer specializing in electronic displays and power sources. A graduate of The Ohio State University in anthropology, he has edited and published in magazines, poetry anthologies, chapbooks, alternate newspapers, technical publications, and was an editor and columnist with Gannett newspapers in Binghamton, New York. He is founder of the […]

Honey Rand

Honey Rand has been a writer since she could hold a pencil. Her work has focused primarily on science and nature and has been published in journals, magazines, newspapers, and other publications. Her book, Water Wars: A Story of People, Politics and Power, will be re-issued this year with a 20-years later chapter. She has […]

Heather Newcomb

Heather Newcomb is a professional writer and communications consultant who has published short fiction, articles and myriad print and digital content in her 25-year career. Her stories, reviews and articles have been published in various news and feature media, and she has studied journalism and creative writing at Rutgers University and the University of Pennsylvania.