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Dr. Sally Breen is the author of The Casuals (2011) an award winning memoir about the 1990s and Atomic City (2013) a literary noir nominated for the Queensland Literary Awards People's Choice Book of the Year 2014. Her fiction and non-fiction has appeared widely with features in Overland, The Asia Literary Review, The Griffith Review, Australian Review of Fiction, Hemingway Shorts, Best Australian Stories and The Conversation. Sally has worked as associate editor of the Griffith Review, is senior lecturer in creative writing at Griffith University and Chair of the Asia Pacific Writers and Translators network. She lives on the Gold Coast, Australia.
Lisa del Rosso originally trained as a classical singer and completed a post-graduate program at LAMDA (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art), living and performing in London before moving to New York City. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, Barking Sycamores Neurodivergent Literature, Razor's Edge Literary Magazine, The Literary Traveler, Serving House Journal, VietnamWarPoetry, Young Minds Magazine (London/UK), Time Out New York, The Huffington Post, The Neue Rundschau (Germany), Jetlag Café (Germany), and One Magazine (London/UK), for whom she writes theater reviews. She teaches writing at New York University.
Tim Tomlinson grew up on Long Island, where he was educated by jukeboxes and juvenile delinquents. He is the author of the poetry collection, Requiem for the Tree Fort I Set on Fire, and the collection of short fiction, This Is Not Happening to You. He is a co-founder of New York Writers Workshop, a co-author of its popular text, The Portable MFA in Creative Writing, a professor in NYU’s Global Liberal Studies, and a resident of Brooklyn, NY.
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