Ana Prundaru’s most recent written and visual work appears in Lime Hawk, Gargoyle, The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts, Animal Literary Magazine and DIAGRAM. More about her can be found at www.amprundaru.wordpress.com.
Gabe Hales is a 17-year-old high schooler based out of Okemos, Michigan who has worked with major corporate companies such as Context Summits on photography and videography of their events. He also does a lot of freelance work on the side for local businesses, bands, and other events. www.gabehales.weebly.com
Thomas Gillaspy is a northern California photographer with an interest in urban minimalism. His photography has been featured in numerous magazines including the literary journals: Compose, Portland Review and Brooklyn Review. Further information and additional examples of his work are available at:
Gregg Chadwick is a Santa Monica-based artist who has exhibited his artworks in galleries and museums both nationally and internationally. Chadwick earned a Bachelor’s Degree at UCLA and a Master’s Degree at NYU, both in Fine Art. He has had notable solo exhibitions at the Manifesta Maastricht Gallery (Maastricht, The Netherlands), Space AD 2000 (Tokyo, Japan), and the Sandra Lee Gallery (San Francisco) among others. He has participated in a variety of group exhibitions including the Julie Nester Gallery (Park City, Utah), the L Ross Gallery (Memphis, Tenn), and the Arts Club of Washington (Washington DC). Chadwick is frequently invited to lecture on the arts. In the last few years he spoke at UCLA, Monterey Peninsula College, the Esalen Institute, and at the World Views forum in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Gregg Chadwick is represented by the Sandra Lee Gallery in San Francisco, California.
Gregg Chadwick’s website is at www.greggchadwick.com.
Gregg’s blog, Speed of Life, often explores the intersections between the arts and social justice: http://greggchadwick.blogspot.com/
Ian Cooper’s body of work is inspired by the internal analyzation of his relationship with God, and the degradation that follows being gay within the context of religion and identity. He is interested in finding the balance, visually, between sexual nature, escapism, and grunge nouveau to deal with his humanistic, moral makeup. kaeliniancooper.weebly.com
Rachel Longstreet grew up in a suburb outside of Kansas City, Missouri then ventured north to pursue a BFA with a painting focus and a BA in philosophy from St. Ambrose University. In 2013, she completed an MFA in painting at the University of Minnesota with a minor in art history. She and her husband packed their bags and headed south to be in the lively art and literary tradition of New Orleans. Her practice is primarily concerned with the celebration of looking at the world and the process of recording what is observed.
Duane Locke lives in a city that is alien and unknown to him, Tampa, Florida. He dwells Heremetically near friendly alligators, ibis, egrets, herons, etc. In June 2016, he invented A visual art he calls “Sur-Objects,” and already has a 107 published. He is also a poet, Having had 7,068 different poems published, 34 books, the latest (July 2016) VISIONS.
Terry Wright is an artist and writer who lives in Little Rock, Arkansas. His art has been widely exhibited and has appeared in numerous journals and venues, including Potion, Queen Mob’s Teahouse, Sliver of Stone, Third Wednesday, and USA Today. More of his art and poetry can be seen at his website at cruelanimal.com.