Charles Joseph Albert lives in San Jose, California, where he works in a machine shop during the day, helps his wife raise their three boys, and in the wee hours in between, writes fiction and poetry. His work has recently appeared in Abstract Jam, The Literary Hatchet, and Halcyon Days.
Arindam Bannerjee writes “for the bugs that keep biting him from within.” This is his second story for The MOON.
Lee Carroll is known around the world as the voice of Kryon, a multidimensional entity with whom Lee has authored 13 books. He has also authored three books on “Indigo Children.” www.kryon.com.
Joe Cottonwood has worked as a carpenter, plumber, and electrician for most of his life. Nights, he writes. His most recent book is 99 Jobs: Blood, Sweat, and Houses. He lives in a house he built in La Honda, California, just a stone’s throw from Ken Kesey’s old cabin. joecottonwood.com
Leea Glasheen writes on the shores of Lake Michigan; you are most likely to catch sight of her in the corner of a coffee shop, tapping, tapping, tapping her thoughts into existence. Leea packs a Master’s Degree in Creative Writing. She has recently been published in The Moon Magazine, The Writer’s Tribe Review, Latchkey Tales, Alternate Hilarities, Synaesthesia Magazine, and When Women Awake. Please watch for her novel “Backbiters,” which is currently in Montag Press’s pipeline and will be available in summer 2017. Please contact her at email@example.com.
Leslee Goodman is the publisher and editor of The MOON.
Amit Goswami, Ph.D. is a theoretical quantum physicist and revolutionary amongst a growing body of renegade scientists who, in recent years, have ventured into the domain of the spiritual in an attempt both to interpret the seemingly inexplicable findings of curious experiments and to validate intuitions about the existence of a spiritual dimension of life. A prolific writer, teacher, and visionary, Dr. Goswami has appeared in the movies What the Bleep do we know!?, Dalai Lama Renaissance, as well as the award winning documentary, The Quantum Activist.
HeartMath Institute is dedicated to helping people bring their physical, mental and emotional systems into balanced alignment with their heart’s intuitive guidance. This unfolds the path for becoming heart-empowered individuals who choose the way of love, which they demonstrate through compassionate care for the well-being of themselves, others and Planet Earth.
Kryon is a multidimensional, or interdimensional, being, an angelic entity, who speaks through Lee Carroll and other channelers to assist humanity. www.kryon.com.
Laurinda Lind lives in New York’s North Country, where they theoretically recovered from a summer drought just in time for the trees to lose their leaves and fill up with snow and ice. She teaches at SUNY Jefferson, and her poetry has appeared in Chiron Review, Comstock Review, Off the Coast, Main Street Rag, and Paterson Literary Review.
Vivian Wagner is an associate professor of English at Muskingum University in New Concord, Ohio. Her work has appeared in The Ilanot Review, Silk Road Review, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Creative Nonfiction, The Atlantic, and other publications. She’s also the author of a memoir, Fiddle: One Woman, Four Strings, and 8,000 Miles of Music (Citadel) and a poetry chapbook, The Village (forthcoming from Aldrich Press).
Anne Harding Woodworth is the author of five books of poetry and four chapbooks. An excerpt from her chapbook, The Last Gun, won the 2016 COG Poetry Award, which resulted in an animated adaptation of the poetry. She lives in Washington DC and is co-chair of the Poetry Board at the Folger Shakespeare Library. www.annehardingwoodworth.com
Yuxing Xia‘s writings can be found at Strong Verse, Society of Classical Poets, Boston Literary Magazine, Otoliths, Star*line, Eunoia Review and elsewhere. (See yuxingxia.wordpress.com).
Joanne Jackson Yelenik’s poems and stories have appeared in anthologies, magazines and journals. She moved to Israel from the Washington, D. C. area in August, 2006. She teaches in the fields of history and literature. Her debut novel, Eucalyptus Leaves: A Deliciously Asymmetrical Friendship in Israel, will launch this spring; she is currently working on a collection of poems: Love Song of an Older Woman.