Barracuda Guarisco / C. C. Hannett / Kris Hall is a cheesesteak obsessed, bisexual crybaby who enjoys absurdity at varying levels. Barry is the author of several books in the Spuyten Duyvil Publishing universe, as well as Uncomfortable Music (Vegetarian Alcoholic Press, 2021) and The Gold Boys are back in Gold Town (Really Serious Literature) co-authored with Joshua Robert Long. The Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Really Serious Literature, his work has been placed with Maudlin House, giallo lit, Silent Auctions, and various others found under Entropy Mag's 'Where to Submit' list. He lives with his wife, Pilar, and doesn’t know what day it is. You can find him if you want to.
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Evyan Roberts (she/her) is a queer, fat, black, femme who is deeply committed to intersectional feminism and #blackgirlmagic. She lives in MD and is currently pursuing a Masters in Social Work where she intends to keep working to promoting equity for sex workers and trans folx. Her writing has appeared in the poetry anthology A Garden of Black Joy: Global Poetry from the Edges of Liberation and Living. As well as online literary journals such as Kissing Dynamite where she was the featured poet for August 2019, Ithaca Lit, Not Your Mother's Breast Milk, Rogue Agent, and elsewhere. She is also the author of a poetry and art zine, Ruminations.
Andrea is a writer, actress, painter, and Master Pilates Teacher. Recent stories can be found in The Dark Sire, 101 Words, Sirens Call Publications (issue 48), Halloween Party 2019, On Loss: An Anthology, Dirty Girls Magazine (May 2019), and Newfound Journal (October 2018). She’s an accomplished playwright. Her monologue “Goodbye” appeared in the Lockdown Monologue Festival 2020 at www.suki.tv. Many of her plays have been produced in Los Angeles where she lives with her husband, a dog, and two cats. More at Facebook: Andrea Goyan Storyteller, andreagoyan.com, Twitter @AndreaGoyan, and Instagram: @andreagoyan
MELISSA GREENWOOD has an MFA in Creative Nonfiction Writing from Antioch University Los Angeles. This LA-native and Pilates instructor has been published in Brevity, Lunch Ticket, and Annotation Nation, as well as in The Los Angeles Review under a pen name. Sheenjoys reading CNF, furthering her Pilates practice, and occasionally curling her hair and getting out of stretchy pants (as pictured) to enjoy this pandemic-life with her aforementioned husband.