Editorial Operations Manager, WIRED
Jay Ruben Dayrit’s work has appeared in Sycamore Review, Minnesota Review, Santa Clara Review, WIRED, His 2: brilliant new fiction by gay men, and What Makes a Man: 22 Writers Imagine the Future. He is a recipient of the Headlands Center for the Arts Artist-in-Residence Grant and the SF Arts Commission Individual Artists Grant.
Brian Komei Dempster's debut book of poetry, Topaz, was published by Four Way Books in 2013 and received the 15 Bytes 2014 Book Award in Poetry. He teaches at the University of San Francisco, where he also serves as Director of Administration for the Master of Arts in Asia Pacific Studies.
Lillian Howan is an editor of the works of playwright Wakako Yamauchi, 91 years young. Her first novel, The Charm Buyers, will be published by University of Hawai'i Press in January 2017.
Caroline Kim-Brown's work has appeared in MANOA, The Michigan Quarterly, Green Mountains Review and Spinning Jenny. She lives in Walnut Creek.
Grace has been published in Ninth Letter, Hedgebrook Journal, Chicago Tribune, and Release Print. Her memoir-in-progress is entitled The Translator’s Daughter.
Creative Writing Instructor, UCLA Extension Writers Program
Writes flash, dystopian science fiction, fan fiction, and novellas. Published in the Threepenny Review, ZYZZYVA, Juked, J Journal, Your Impossible Voice, the Potomac Review, Crab Orchard Review, Witness, Monkeybicycle, and many other journals. Shortlisted for the O. Henry Lit Prize and for the 2014 Saboteur Awards.