Colin's a young, inspired and easily entertained writer.
Wanna chat? Bring a pizza and he'll talk about whatever you can think of.
His simple writing philosphy: If I can do it, so can you.
Katelyn is a wonderfully upbeat person who speaks in riddles and writes with an infectious quality.
If you really want to endear yourself to this ever-ticking time-bombshell, send her a photo of you and your cat sipping on coffee holding a bottle of antacids.
Michelle once won $350 for writing a smart-alec essay on why the wise use of water is an important part of our daily lives. In a completely unrelated incident, she later went on to win the Academy of American Poets Prize for Vanderbilt University.
Most recently, her work has appeared in Word Riot, SageWoman, Pulse, and Inlandia, among others.
Nick is a part-time writer and full time member of the A-Team, located primarily in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. His work has been featured in periodicals such as Pique Magazine and the Underground Literary Journal, while his endeavors as a soldier of fortune have been felt mostly in small South American countries you've never heard of. He likes bourbon, vinyl records, and rocket launchers.
Rex is a writer of intensity. While a grant writer and children’s programming coordinator at his local library by day, he is the Literary Alchemist at night with plans to obtain an MFA in creative writing. Rex is the kind of poet who writes for every occasion and has been published by some online journals and print anthologies.
Rounding off his thorough, classical upbringing, Martin was educated as a philosopher and humanist, recurring themes in his writing. Following his family's time-honoured tradition, he is not afraid to employ humour and satire as means of style, either. He has been quoted as saying, "I have thirty-seven degrees, all of them Celsius."