Carol Everett Adams writes poems about Disney theme parks, organized religion, UFOs, and other topics. She lives in the midwestern United States and works in the tech industry. Her poems have been published in California Quarterly, Euphony, The MacGuffin, The New York Quarterly, Owen Wister Review, Quercus Review, Soundings East, Sweet Tree Review, and others. You can read more of her work at Carol Everett Adams.

Andrew Bertaina’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in many publications including: The ThreePenny Review, Tin House, Redivider, Witness Magazine, and The Best American Poetry 2018. More of his work is available at Andrewbertaina.

Mary Ann Dimand has worked as an academic economist and a United Methodist pastor, and you don’t stop being a pastor or an economist just because you’re not being paid. She currently spends a lot of time at hockey rinks where her son plays. She is also is developing a mini-farm with a tiny orchard. She now knows what Chenango Strawberry apples taste like.

S.A. Hartwich lives outside of Bellingham, Washington, with a spouse, two cats, an ancient mutt, several hawks, countless voles, and at least one coyote. His work has appeared in such venues as Colorado Review, THRUSH, and Apeiron Review, and most recently in Orca: A Journal of Literature. He is without a doubt the worst practitioner of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu west of the Mississippi.

Imran Boe Khan has recent work appearing in The Rumpus, Indianapolis Review, Under the Radar, Maudlin House, Juked, and Heavy Feather Review. Khan has won the Thomas Hardy Prize and has had poems nominated for Best of the Net. He lives with his family in Christchurch, Dorset, England.

Kim Magowan lives in San Francisco and teaches in the Department of Literatures and Languages at Mills College. Her short story collection Undoing (2018) won the 2017 Moon City Press Fiction Award. Her novel The Light Source was published by 7.13 Books (2018). Her fiction has been published in Atticus Review, Cleaver, The Gettysburg Review, Hobart, SmokeLong Quarterly, Wigleaf, and many other journals. Her story “Madlib” was selected for Best Small Fictions 2019 (Sonder Press). Her story “Surfaces” was selected for Wigleaf’s Top 50 2019. She is the fiction editor of Pithead Chapel. Visit her at Kim Magowan.

Matt Morris is the author of Nearing Narcoma, selected by Joy Harjo as winner of the Main Street Rag Poetry Award (2003), and Walking in Chicago with a Suitcase in My Hand, published by Knut House Press (2016). His poetry has appeared in various magazines and anthologies, including recently The Fear of Monkeys, Home Planet News, Lotus-eater, Poetry South, and SPANK the CARP.

Gary Moshimer has stories in SmokeLong Quarterly, FRiGG, Blue Lake Review, Jellyfish Review, and many other places.

Lorrie Ness is a psychologist working in Maryland. Her writing has appeared in THRUSH Poetry Journal, Sky Island Journal, Barren Magazine, Rosebud, SOFTBLOW, and others.

Ellen Rhudy lives in Philadelphia, where she works as an instructional designer. Her fiction has recently appeared or is forthcoming in journals including Joyland, The Adroit Journal, cream city review, Nimrod, and Monkeybicycle. You can find her at Ellen Rhudy, or on Twitter @EllenRhudy.

Michelle Ross is the author of There’s So Much They Haven’t Told You (Moon City Press, 2017), which won the 2016 Moon City Press Short Fiction Award. Her fiction has appeared in Alaska Quarterly Review, Colorado Review, Electric Literature, The Pinch, and other venues. Her work was selected for the Wigleaf Top 50 for 2019 and was a finalist for Best of the Net 2018. She’s fiction editor of Atticus Review. Visit her at Michelle Ross.

Mather Schneider was born in 1970 in Peoria, Illinois, at St. Francis Hospital. He graduated from Illini Bluffs High School in Glasford, Illinois. He moved around. He worked for many years as a cab driver in Tucson, Arizona.

Richard Weaver lives in Baltimore City where he volunteers with the Maryland Book Bank, CityLit, the Baltimore Book Festival, acts as the archivist-at-large for a Jesuit college, and is the official poet-in-residence at the James Joyce Pub. He’s the author of The Stars Undone (Duende Press, 1992). His poems have appeared in River Poet’s Journal, Southern Quarterly, Crazyhorse, North American Review, Adelaide, Magnolia Review, Conjunctions, and Dead Mule.

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FRiGG: A Magazine of Fiction and Poetry | Issue 54 | Fall/Winter 2019