The Impressment Gang


Volume II Issue II  •  Fall 2015


 
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Contributors' Notes

 

Anne Baldo has been previously published in The Impressment Gang, The Windsor Review, Lichen, Contemporary Verse 2 and Carousel.

Pearl Chan is a writer of short fiction and fiction editor of The Impressment Gang.

Kati Gartner, Irma Hollander, and Nomi Gur are Hungarian Holocaust survivors. (read their full length note in "Other Writing")

Jason Graff is a writer and educator living in New Jersey with his wife, muse and editor Laura.

Jeska Grue is a party of three that recently relocated to Sackville, New Brunswick for love and crickets.

Cassie Guinan, poetry editor of The Impressment Gang,likes pizza and aerobics videos.

Merle Harley is a Halifax based artist, she works with fiber, printed matter and drawing. She loves being near water and filling her house with plants.

Bethany Hindmarsh lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia, where she is a graduate student in philosophy and a prison education program facilitator.

When Flannery Jefferson gets excited, she talks with her hands. She works at Norex and is interested in the cross section between learning and technology

Babo Kamel lives in Venice, Florida and has given away most of her winter clothes.

Paul Kavanagh wrote Iceberg.

Anna Lengyel Nagy studied English and Hungarian at university and worked as an English instructor before obtaining a position at Magyar Rádió. (read her full length note in "Other Writing")

Lachlan MacLeod studies digital copyright; he lives in Halifax with his handsome wife and cat. 

Katalin Pécsi-Pollner Ph.D. is a literary scholar: an essayist and a lecturer in the field of contemporary Jewish literature and film and numerous issues relating to the Holocaust and gender. (read her full length note in "Other Writing")

Gerard Sarnat is the author of HOMELESS CHRONICLES from Abraham to Burning Man (2010), Disputes (2012), 17s(2014) and Melting The Ice King (2015); for more, visitGerardSarnat.com.

Newly landed in Toronto, James Southcott’s writing has been publishing in the Dalhousie Review, (parenthetical), untethered.

PEI fiction writer, poet, and playwright J. J. Steinfeld is the author of sixteen books, including Identity Dreams and Memory Sounds (Poetry, Ekstasis Editions, 2014) andMadhouses in Heaven, Castles in Hell (Stories, Ekstasis Editions, 2015).

Andrew F. Sullivan is the author of the short story collection All We Want is Everything and WASTE: a novel.

Haibun by Pat Tompkins, an editor in the San Francisco Bay Area, have appeared in bottle rockets, KYSO Flash, Haibun Today, and other publications.

Danika Vandersteen is an atrist, muscian, crafte girl, and now a published peot!

Chris Wannamaker lives in Liverpool, Nova Scotia with his wife and children.

Scott Wordsman is an MFA candidate at William Paterson University in New Jersey. His poems have appeared in ten journals across the US and Canada. 

 

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