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Sandra Tyler Author of Blue Glass, a New York Times Notable Book of the Year, and After Lydia, both published by Harcourt Brace; awarded BA from Amherst College and MFA in Writing from Columbia University; professor of creative writing on both the undergradu- ate and graduate levels, including at Columbia University, (NY), Wesleyan University (CT), and Manhattanvill College, (NY); served as assistant editor at Ploughshares and The Paris Review literary magazines, and production freelancer for Glamour, Self, and Vogue maga- zines; freelance editor; Stony Brook University’s national annual fiction contest judge; a 2013 Voices of the Year.
Richard Malinsky Lyrical abstract painter whose work is recognized regionally, nationally and internationally. His work has garnered awards from adjudicated museum exhibitions, art associa- tions and prominent galleries throughout the U.S. Recently he received the Special Distinction Award at MIAB- Portugal International Biennale 2016. He is represented in the permanent collec- tions of The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA; The New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, CT; RCA Corporate Art Collection, New York, NY; University of Connecticut Health Center, Farmington, CT; Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA; Ursinus College, Colleg- eville, PA; and numerous private collections throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe.
Emily Jaeger an MFA candidate in Creative Writing at UMASS Boston. A Literary Lambda and Tent Fellow, her work has appeared in Four Way Review, Salamander, and Apt. Her chapbook The Evolu- tion of Parasites was published by Sibling Rivalry Press in 2016.
Angelica Gonzalez a recent graduate of the Writing, Literature & Publishing program at Emerson College; she has worked as a reader for Stork Magazine, Central Square Theater, and Wilde Press.
Donald Kolberg Sculptor, painter, art marketer and writer. His artwork has been exhibited through- out the U.S. in museums and galleries. He has been featured in an NBC short documentary and numerous print and zine publications. He is founder of ArtCore, an international newsletter; con- ducts workshops on marketing and art techniques including workshops on creating Strappo’s, a
dry transfer acrylic monotype. A graduate of California State University, Los Angeles, his master work was continued at Otis Art Institute. Additionally he produced Periscope Up, an independent television production for a Pennsylvania PBS station. His artwork has been included in the publica- tion Sculpture and Design with Recycled Glass. Additional artwork and information can be viewed at
Charlotte Thompson Conceptual photographer and owner of Digital Art Transparency Overlays. Besides designing book covers, her works are in individual collections both in the U.S. and abroad, including Denmark, Sweden, Australia, and Korea. She has shown her photography

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