Caroline Beimford, a native of Boston, is pursuing her MFA at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. This is her first publication
Julio Cortázar (1914–1984) was among the most influential and prolific writers of contemporary Latin American literature. His work includes short stories, novels, political essays, and poetry. Born in Brussels, he was raised outside Buenos Aires and later moved to Paris, where he achieved his greatest success, which included the 1963 novel Hopscotch.
Jennifer S. Davis is the author of two collections of stories, Her Kind of Want and Our Former Lives in Art. She teaches in the MFA program at Louisiana State University and lives in Baton Rouge with her husband and three young sons. She is working on a book of linked stories, which includes “Last Seen.”
Gerard Woodward is the author of five novels, five collections of poetry, and a collection of stories. His novel I’ll Go to Bed at Noon was short-listed for the 2004 Man Booker Prize, and his other work has been short-listed for the Costa Book Award and, twice, the T. S. Eliot Prize for Poetry. A native of London, he is a professor of fiction at Bath Spa University, England.
Clare Rojas is a painter and musician (as Peggy Honeywell) who lives and works in San Francisco.