William Cass has had over seventy-five short stories accepted for publication in a variety of literary magazines and anthologies, including the winning selection in The Examined Life Journal’s writing contest. He lives and works as an educator in San Diego, California.
Lance Turner is a writer living in the Heartland. He has an MFA from the University of Kansas and a BA in English from Kansas State University. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Route 7 Review, Blinders Literary Journal, The Penumbra Review, Gravel, Indiana Voice Journal, The Pierian, and Touchstone. You can follow him on twitter at @lturnerMFA.
Tom Sheehan served in 31st Infantry, Korea, 1951. Books: Epic Cures; Brief Cases, Short Spans; Collection of Friends; From the Quickening; The Saugus Book; Ah, Devon Unbowed; Reflections from Vinegar Hill; This Rare Earth & Other Flights. eBooks include Korean Echoes (nominated for a Distinguished Military Award); The Westering (an eBook nominated for National Book Award); Murder at the Forum; Death of a Lottery Foe; Death by Punishment; and An Accountable Death. Work in Rosebud, La Joie Magazine, KYSO Flash, Soundings East, Vermont Literary Review, Literary Orphans, Indiana Voice Journal, Provo Canyon Review, Nazar Look, Eastlit, Green Silk Journal, The Path, Faith-Hope-Fiction, etc. He has 28 Pushcart nominations. In the Garden of Long Shadows and The Nations (Native American fiction collection) were recently published by Pocol Press with solid reviews (see Serving House Journal.) Now in the Pocol production cycle and due for 2015 publishing are Where Skies Grow Wide, Cross Trails, Between Mountain and River, and The Cowboys; the last five titles from Pocol Press are all western short story collections. In addition, a new collection, Sons of Guns, Inc., was just released as a surprise birthday present (print and eBook) by Nazar Look Books in Romania (where he was awarded The Nazar Look Short Story Award for 2014.)