Lynn White – Northern Wales, UK

Lynn White lives in North Wales. Her work is influenced by issues of social justice, events, places, and people she has known or imagined. She has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize, Best of the Net, and a Rhysling Award.

William Wren – New Brunswick, Canada

A self-described “established-unestablished writer”, William Wren’s story “Clock” was published in Agnes and True, and other stories and poems of his have appeared in OpenDoor Magazine. William lives in Fredericton, New Brunswick, and has worked as a writer in radio, the web, and for other business venues.

Visit Bill at his personal website.

Ryan Wendt – Illinois, USA

Ryan Wendt is a seminary student at North Park Theological Seminary in Chicago, IL.  After completing seminary, he aspires to help the church become more aware in helping people who are homeless. He is married to his wife, Sara. His inspiration in life comes from his relationship with God. Ryan enjoys writing primarily nonfiction. He loves to read and cook in his off time. Ryan and his wife enjoy going on long walks together and watching Netflix.

Sheri White – Maryland, USA

Sheri White lives in Jefferson, Maryland, a beautiful farm-filled, one-stoplight town with a Dunkin’. Her backyard view consists of cows and a big red barn.

Sheri has contributed to several books. Find out which ones on her author page. Also find Sherri on Facebook and Twitter.

Elinora Westfall – UK

Elinora Westfall is a multi-award-winning writer influenced and deeply inspired by David Bowie, Virginia Woolf, and Dusty Springfield. Elinora’s first full-length poetry collection, Life in the Dressing Room of the Theatre**,** and her collection of short stories, The Art of Almost, are forthcoming with Vine Leaves Press in late 2023 and 2024.

Find more on Elinora’s Twitter.

Louisa Wilkinson – Illinois, USA

Louisa Wilkinson resides in rural Illinois, where she loves the open spaces and the rhythm of the seasons. She also loves a good story, and is an avid reader as well as an author for both children and adults.

Find more on Louisa’s website.

Ann Wuehler – Eastern Oregon, USA

Ann Wuehler has written five novels– Aftermath: Boise, Idaho, Remarkable Women of Brokenheart Lane, House on Clark Boulevard, Oregon Gothic and the Adventures of Grumpy Odin and Sexy Jesus. Her Roxie and Ericka is included in Well, This is Tense, from Bag of Bones Press. Sefi and Des is in Brigid Gate’s Musings of the Muses. Her short story, Jimmy’s Jar Collection, appeared in the Ghastling’s 13.

Find more on Ann’s website.

Odi Welter – Wisconsin, USA

Odi Welter is a queer, neurodivergent author currently studying Film and Creative Writing at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. They have been featured in Furrow Magazine and Crest Letters, and they are scheduled to be featured in Tabi’s Flash Tuesdays by Litmora, SPARK by Yellow Arrow Vignette, Bender Zine, and Secret Words by VA Press. When not writing, they are indulging in their borderline unhealthy obsessions with fairy tales, marine life, superheroes, and botany.

Find more on Odi’s Instagram.

Julian Walker – UK

After a career as an artist and educator working with museums, publishing several books on social history, and the history of the English language, Julian Walker started writing short fiction at the age of 68, continuing a fascination with vignettes and the miniature. Combining this with his other main work, as a printmaker, he started the imprint Stuff Like That, to publish his own work and that of others, as handmade books. He lives and works in London, UK.

Find more on Julian’s website.