IN THOSE DAYS WE
IN THOSE DAYS WE is an attempt to look backward into our collective past, and to make flesh of the ghosts lost within the borders of old photographs.
Featuring written works by:
Len Kuntz is a writer from Washington State. His work appears widely in print and online at such places as Moon Milk Review, PANK, The Literarian and Necessary Fiction. Every few days he shares his thoughts about writing and other things at lenkuntz.blogspot.com
Robert Kloss is the author of How the Days of Love & Diphtheria and The Alligators of Abraham. He is found online at robert-kloss.com.
Norman Lock has written novels and short fiction as well as stage, radio, and screen plays. He received the Aga Kahn Prize, given by The Paris Review, fellowships from the New Jersey Council on the Arts, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, and from the National Endowment for the Arts. His latest literary fictions are the novels Shadowplay (Ellipsis Press), the short-fiction collections Grim Tales (Mud Luscious Press) and Pieces for Small Orchestra & Other Fictions (Spuyten Duyvil Press), and the novella Escher’s Journal (Ravenna Press). Earlier works include A History of the Imagination (FC2), Land of the Snow Men (Calamari Press), and the acclaimed Absurdist drama The House of Correction (Broadway Play Publishing Co.). A Turkish-language production of The House of Correction opens in Istanbul in November. In the Time of Rat is due from Ravenna Press, Love Among the Particles from Bellevue Literary Press, both in 2013.
Molly Gaudry is the author of We Take Me Apart, which was a finalist for the Asian American Literary Award for Poetry and shortlisted for the 2011 PEN/Joyce Osterweil. She is the founder of The Lit Pub.
J. A. Tyler’s most recent novel is Comatose, a work of poetic fragments based on 9/11 and forests. He lives in Colorado and runs Mud Luscious Press.
Kathryn Rantala’s most recent work is in Cascadia, Pear Noir!; Alice Blue; Upstairs at Duroc; Cake Train. Additional fiction and poetry has appeared in The Denver Quarterly, Field, Iowa Review (web), New Orleans Review, 3rd bed, elimae, Archipelago, Painted Bride Quarterly, Portland Review, Oregon Review and many other places. Her most recent books are A Partial View Toward Nazareth (poetic prose, Casa de Snapdragon Press, 2010), Traveling With the Primates (poetry and prose, 2008) and The Plant Waterer and other things in common (prose, 2006). She founded Ravenna Press (ravennapress.com), Snow Monkey and The Anemone Sidecar.
Ben Tanzer is the author of the books My Father’s House and So Different Now among others. Ben also oversees day to day operations of This Zine Will Change Your Life and can be found online at This Blog Will Change Your Life the center of his growing lifestyle empire.
Ryan W. Bradley has fronted a punk band, done construction in the Arctic Circle, managed an independent children’s bookstore, and now designs book covers. He is the author of three chapbooks, a story collection, PRIZE WINNERS (Artistically Declined Press, 2011), and a novel, CODE FOR FAILURE (Black Coffee Press, 2012). He received his MFA from Pacific University and lives in Oregon with his wife and two sons.
Andrew Borgstrom is the author of Meat Is All (Nephew, 2011) and Explanations (The Cupboard, 2010). He is an associate editor with Mud Luscious Press. He lives in the desert and washes the dishes alone.
Meg Tuite‘s writing has appeared in numerous journals including Berkeley Fiction Review, 34th Parallel, Epiphany, JMWW, One, the Journal, Monkeybicycle and Boston Literary Magazine. She has been nominated several times for the Pushcart Prize. She is the fiction editor of Santa Fe Literary Review and Connotation Press, author of Domestic Apparition (2011) San Francisco Bay Press, Disparate Pathos (2012) Monkey Puzzle Press, Reverberations (2012) Deadly Chaps Press, Implosion (2013) Sententia Books and has edited and co-authored The Exquisite Quartet Anthology-2011. Her blog: megtuite.wordpress.com.
Kyle Hemmings lives and dies in New Jersey. He is the author of several chapbooks of poems/prose: Avenue C (Scars Publications), Fuzzy Logic (Punkin Press), and Amsterdam & Other Broken Love Songs (Flutter Press), Cat People (Scars) and Tokyo Girls in Science Fiction (NAP.) He has been pubbed at Gold Wake Press, Thunderclap Press, Blue Fifth Review, Step Away, and Wigleaf. He blogs at upatberggasse19.blogspot.com.
Parker Tettleton‘s work is featured in &/or forthcoming from Gargoyle, Mud Luscious, elimae, em: me, & Short, Fast, & Deadly, among others. His most recent collection, Greens, is available from Thunderclap! Press.
David Tomaloff builds things out of ampersands and light. His work has appeared in several chapbooks, anthologies, and in fine publications such as Mud Luscious, A-Minor, >kill author, PANK, and elimae. He is also co-author of the collaborative poetry collection YOU ARE JAGUAR, with Ryan W. Bradley (Artistically Declined Press, 2012). Send him threats: davidtomaloff.com
Marcus Speh is a German writer who lives in Berlin. His short fiction collection Thank You For Your Sperm will be published by MadHat Press in 2013. Marcus blogs at marcusspeh.com.
Chad Redden resides in Indianapolis where edits NAP. An incomplete list of links related to Chad’s works can be found at chadredden.blogspot.com.
Robert Vaughan leads writing roundtables at Redbird- Redoak Writing. His prose and poetry can be found in numerous journals. His short fiction, 10,000 Dollar Pyramid was a finalist in the Micro-Fiction Awards 2012. He is senior flash fiction editor at JMWW, and Lost in Thought magazines. He was the head judge for Wisconsin People & Ideas 2012 Fiction contest. He hosts Flash Fiction Fridays for WUWM’s Lake Effect. His book, Flash Fiction Fridays, is at Amazon. His poetry chapbook, Microtones, is forthcoming from Cervena Barva Press. His blog: rgv7735.wordpress.com.
J. Bradley is the author of the novella Bodies Made of Smoke (HOUSEFIRE, 2011) and the Web Editor of Monkeybicycle. He lives at iheartfailure.net