May 27, 2011

Spring/Summer, Issue Four


by Arielle Bernstein


Arielle Bernstein is a writer living in Washington, DC. Her work has been published in The Millions and The Rumpus and she is a regular contributing writer at The Nervous Breakdown. Her work is forthcoming in The St. Petersburg Review and is soon to be anthologized in the upcoming installment of Grace & Gravity: Fiction by Washington Area Women. Arielle teaches writing at George Washington University and American University in Washington DC.

by Jenn Blair


Jenn Blair is from Yakima, WA. She has published in Cold Mountain Review, New South, the James Dickey Review, Kestrel, Santa Fe Review, and Segue among others. Her chapbook All Things are Ordered is out from Finishing Line Press. She teaches at the University of Georgia.

by Alexandra D’Italia


A former criminal defense attorney, Alexandra D’Italia is studying fiction and creative nonfiction at University of Southern California. She teaches writing at Southwestern Law School. Her fiction and nonfiction have appeared in Art Times,,, and SF Weekly. She lives with her husband in Los Angeles, California.

by Jake Wolff


Jake Wolff holds an MFA in creative writing from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and is now pursuing his PhD in creative writing at Florida State University. His stories and essays have appeared or will soon appear in such journals as CutBank, Sou’wester, Redivider, Third Coast, the Sonora Review, and Tin House.