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Aubergine Evans is a poet, queerent, & budding herbalist from out of the Deep South. their home is where the heart beats.
Carlotta Ladyizumi Abrams, PhD is an internationally recognized poet, fiction writer, journalist and retired professor. She has published 2 works of fiction, Smile on Your Brother and The Marrakech Express with LiFi Publications. Her novel, Go to the Mardi Gras is upcoming. She has published over 50 articles, poems, and stories throughout the world in such publications as Indian Literature, the Northwest Review, Red Rock Review, the Journal of Canadian Literature, Heart Quarterly, Eyeball, Paintbrush, Xavier Review, NW Florida Review, Asiatic, and the Virgin Islands Writing Project. She is the retired coordinator of creative writing and international education at Estrella College in Arizona and lectures/ reads her work throughout the world. She holds a bachelor’s in anthropology from Wesleyan University, an MFA in creative writing from Arizona State University, and a PhD in Asian American literature from the University of Southern Mississippi.
Is a graduate of Emerson College and currently studies at the University of Strasbourg.
Carol Bonci is a poet and memoirist who lives in northwest Connecticut. She studied music and writing at the The New School, The American Institute of Guitar, The University of Connecticut, and Wesleyan University. For the past twenty-five years she has worked as the chef/owner of an artisanal pizza and vegetarian food business.
Hazel de Bouche is a storyteller and poet; she lives in the Berkshires.
May Jane Fairbanks is an artist based in New York. She has recently done a lot of needlework, and hopes to integrate it with other mediums. You may find her work on her Instagram @daughter_moth, where anyone is welcome to reach out.
Nick Jacobs grew up in Yonkers, NY and Manhattan. He got into Stuyvesant High School by a clerical error.
He studied film making at U.C.L.A. and The London Film School. Later he worked as a commercial photographer in NYC shooting fashion, jewelry and doing coverage of the fashion collections. In Connecticut he did stories for Connecticut Magazine and other local newspapers. He did photo reportage of children’s cancer clinics in Ukraine ten years after Chernobyl.
He is a founding member of The Grumbling Gryphons Traveling Children’s Theater based out of Cornwall, CT....
and has also worked as an actor.
Nick has hosted a radio program for many years on WPKN 89.5 FM Bridgeport, CT called “Music Sacred and Profane”...described as “Bach , Birdcalls and Billie Holliday”. He is considered to be one of the Cornwall, CT eccentrics.
He has taken pleasure in writing poetry - mostly sonnets - these last few years.
My name is Stefan W. Stidsen, I was born and raised in Shrewsbury, MA. My journey of life was significantly altered by substance abuse, effectively landing me in Canaan, CT where I still reside. I work in the medical field assisting others with substance abuse struggles and passing along the knowledge that I once needed to be successful. Now enrolled in Nursing School, I look to continue my passion for helping others and make an impact on the world, no matter how little or big that impact may be.