Florence Bocherel is an experimental comic artist/writer. She comes from London and currently lives in Montreal, Canada. Her very new tumblr.

Andrew Brady is in the midst of one more semester at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, studying English. His work has recently appeared in the school's literary magazine, Aegis, for which he has also worked as an editor.

James Claffey hails from County Westmeath, Ireland, and lives on an avocado ranch in Carpinteria, CA, with his wife, the writer and artist, Maureen Foley, their daughter, Maisie, and Australian cattle-dog, Rua. His work appears in many places, including The New Orleans Review, elimae, Necessary Fiction, Revival Literary Journal, and Word Riot. His website is at www.jamesclaffey.com.

Mark Danowsky’s poetry has recently appeared in Mobius: The Journal of Social Change and The Best of Every Day Poets Anthology Two. He resides in Northwest Philadelphia and works for a private detective agency.

Doug Draime has been a regular contributor to RHP since its inception. He has accomplished many other things but feel a special peace in his heart, knowing that his literary life has been crowned in these pages.

Jeff Dutko lives in Farmington, CT with his wife, two children and crazy dog. Much of his work is dedicated to giving voice to the special population he teaches. His first full-length collection, Beyond the Margins (Antrim House), was released in August, 2012. Some of his most recent work has been published in Right Hand Pointing, Rattlesnake Review, Slow Trains, Writers’ Block, Haggard and Halloo, Miller’s Pond, Writer’s Bloc, and The Furnance Review.

Michael Estabrook is Marketing Communications manager by day and a struggling poet by night who began getting his poetry published in the late 1980s. Over the years he has published 15 poetry chapbooks. His most recent is When the Muse Speaks. His interests include history, art, music, theatre, opera, and his wife who just happens to be the most beautiful woman he has ever known.

Richard J. Fleming is a reformed street poet from Chicago. He has collected paper at a couple of Ivy facades. Because the paper pertains to English Literature & Fine Arts, he currently sells paint to starving artists. He is a member of Woodstock Nation. He has poetry published or forthcoming in Right Hand Pointing, The Rusty Nail and Danse Macabre.

Daniel Hales has had poems and short fictions published in many print and online journals, including Verse Daily, Conduit, Massachusetts Review, H_NGM_N, and Right Hand Pointing. He plays guitar and sings in Daniel hales, and the frost heaves

Pamela Klein is a starving writer and an all-around nice person. Her previous work has been published in such journals as Barbaric Yawp, Paterson Literary Review, and Tipton Poetry Journal.

Karen Mandell has published poetry in a variety of journals, but most recently she wrote a collection of interconnected short stories entitled Clicking

M. N. O'Brien received his B.A. from Roanoke College, where his work was published in On Concept's Edge and received the Charles C. Wise Poetry Award. His work has been most recently published in The Camel Saloon, SOFTBLOW, The Rusty Nail, and Counterexample Poetics. He feels awkward writing in the third person and enjoys being repetitive, 25 years old, drinking ice coffee, listening to classic rock, being repetitive, and lame jokes.

Sundin Richards is the author of The Hurricane Lamp (Otis Nebula, 2010). His work has appeared in many journals, such as Colorado Review, Volt, Zone, Sugar House Review, Cur.en.cy, Interim and Western Humanities Review (where he won the Utah Writer's Competition for poetry) among others. He has been twice nominated for a Pushcart Prize. He is the Poetry Editor for Jumping Blue Gods. He lives in Salt Lake City  Also, he is left-handed.

Sy Roth a voyager on Noah's ark, seeks to remedy his own ills through verse.  Forty-two years in education will do that to you.  Would hate to find himself stranded atop Mount Ararat.

Catherine Simpson is a cellist from Santa Barbara. She has been previously published in Big River Poetry Review's online journal and Into the Teeth of the Wind.

R L Swihart currently lives in Long Beach, CA, and teaches high school mathematics in Los Angeles. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in various online and print journals, including Barnwood Magazine, Bateau, elimae, Rhino, 1110, and decomP. His first collection of poems, The Last Man, was published in 2012 by Desperanto Press. 

Scott Wiggerman is the author of two books of poetry, Presence and Vegetables and Other Relationships. He is also an editor for Dos Gatos Press, publisher of the annual Texas Poetry Calendar, now in its sixteenth year, and a book of poetry exercises, Wingbeats: Exercises and Practice in Poetry, co-edited by Wiggerman and David Meischen. His website is http://swig.tripod.com.