Erik Harper Klass has published stories in a variety of journals, including New England Review, Yemassee, Summerset Review, Slippery Elm, and Open: Journal of Arts & Letters, and he has been nominated for multiple Pushcart Prizes.
As an editor, he has worked with dozens of professional writers, including Erin Rose Belair (Glimmer Train, Narrative, Greensboro Review, Juked), Dvora Rabino (The Lascaux Review, Santa Fe Writers Project, Best of the Net nominee), Dominica Phetteplace (Zyzzyva, Copper Nickel, Ecotone, The Los Angeles Review, PANK, multiple Pushcart Prizes), and many more. Stories and essays he's edited have appeared in dozens of literary journals, including Southern Indian Review, October Hill Magazine, Green Hills Literary Lantern, Charge Magazine, Five on Fifth, Fiction on the Web, and many, many more. He writes and edits in Los Angeles.
Christine Williams is a communications professional with experience in social media marketing, podcasting, digital content management, editing, and proofreading. She's a published writer, and in her spare time she reads, dances (salsa and bachata, and zouk if she’s feeling brave), and—to the detriment of her friends' waistlines—cooks up a storm. She has a bachelor’s degree in Language Studies from UC Santa Cruz and a master’s degree in International Conflict Resolution from the Monterey Institute of International Studies. She lives in Alameda, California, with her mom, Ann, and her high-maintenance kitty, Wolfgang.