David Desjardins is a journalist with roots in Rhode Island, having worked at The Boston Globe, The Providence Journal, and other newspapers. His short story “The Sixth Game” was included in the anthology “Further Fenway Fiction” (Rounder Books, 2007).
Teri Moore served two years in the Peace Corps before settling on a career in law enforcement as a military police officer in the army and then as a patrol officer with the Los Angeles Police Department. She now lives and works as a freelance writer and editor in Sarasota, Florida.
Michael Twist’s work can be found in Cafe Aphra, Tethered by Letters, Pooled Ink 2015, F(r)iction, and Story Shack. Michael has won several fiction contests, including the William Faulkner Riverfest Literary Competition (2011) and the Quid Novi Festival Writing Contest (2011) as well as the Tethered by Letters (2015) Flash Fiction Contest. Additionally, Hourglass Literary Journal awarded Twist its Special Jury Award (2016). He teaches literature in Portland and lives in Sandy, Oregon with his wife and two daughters. Twist is the winner of Red Savina Review’s First Flash Fiction Contest for his flash piece “Forest for the Trees.”