Cody T Luff
Cody T Luff’s debut novel, Ration, was released by Apex Book Company in 2019. Cody’s stories have appeared in Pilgrimage, Cirque, KYSO Flash, Menda City Review, Swamp Biscuits & Tea, and others. He is fiction winner of the 2016 Montana Book Festival Regional Emerging Writers Contest. He served as editor of an anthology of short fiction with twelve contributors titled Soul’s Road. He is a Working Title founder.
Andrew McCollough writes science fiction, fantasy, poetry, and non-fiction. His work tends to describe unfortunate things happening to relatable protagonists and frequently involves magic or robots. He is an editor and contributor to the SPACE COCAINE anthology series.
Erik Grove is a writer in Portland, OR. His short fiction can be found in publications including BUCKMAN JOURNAL, ESCAPE POD, and multiple volumes of SPACE COCAINE. He is a graduate, certified teacher, and ongoing faculty for the Bad Dream Factory writing workshop founded and run by Chuck Palahniuk and Chelsea Cain. He maintains a blog on his website, www.erikgrove.com where he shares perspectives on writing and long distance running. He can also be found on Twitter @erikgrove.
Nate Chang is a published author, English professor, and copy editor. They write queer fiction of all kinds, screenplays, and books featuring tanks. They’re great at picking out the small stuff everyone else will miss, they love to see diverse casts of characters, and protagonists who don’t fit into neat little boxes.
Paul Messersmith-Glavin is a writer and editor. He has been a member of the collective that publishes the journal Perspectives since 2009. He’s edited several books, including Imperiled Life: Revolution Against Climate Catastrophe (IAS/AK Press, 2012) by Javier Sethness-Castro; Joyful Militancy: Building Thriving Resistance in Toxic Times (IAS/AK Press, 2017) by carla bergman & Nick Montgomery; and the forthcoming No Pasaran: Antifascist Dispatches from a World in Crisis (IAS/AK Press, 2022), edited by Shane Burley. His own writing has been published in The Philosophy of the Beats (University Press of Kentucky, 2012) and in Remaking Radicalism: A Grassroots Documentary Reader, 1973 – 2001 (University of Georgia Press, 2020), edited by Dan Berger & Emily K. Hobson. His writing has also appeared in Upping the Anti, Z Magazine, The Oregonian, Counterpunch, Agency, It’s Going Down, and Perspectives on Anarchist Theory.