Amy Holiday

Contributions: “Hole in the Sky” and Co-Editor, Tall Tales and Short Stories from South Jersey. 2012 “Fox and the Rose” and Co-Editor Reading Glasses. 2014 Founder and Publisher, Hypothetical Press Amy Holiday writes stories for children and young adults. She spends much of her time planning her next adventure, and takes flying trapeze lessons and…

Jessica A. Walsh

Contributions: “Unquiet Mind” and Co-Editor, Reading Glasses. 2014 Jessica A. Walsh is an avid reader and writer of creative non-fiction. She is a Communications Manager for a non-profit in Philadelphia, PA. She lives in Southern New Jersey and escapes to the beach with her surfboard whenever possible. She has been a member of the South…

Richard Voza

Richard Voza

  Contributions: “Mrs. Rabinski,” Reading Glasses, 2014. Richard Voza is a life-long New Jersey resident.  He has written four novels, one of which (Connecting Flight) will be released by Start Publishing. Most of his work tends to lean in the paranormal direction, but there’s always room for humor in the mix. His film reviews can…

John Farquhar

Books: What To Expect When You’re Dead, 2013 Contributions: “The Icarus Option,” Reading Glasses. 2014 “Bad Day for Santa,” Tall Tales and Short Stories from South Jersey, 2012 John Farquhar was born in England, and educated at Liverpool University and St. John’s College, Oxford. He teaches languages and literature at Rutgers University and Temple University.…

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Randy Ribay

Contributions: “Mason, On His Way Home,” Reading Glasses, 2014 Born in the Philippines and raised in Michigan and Colorado, Randy Ribay holds a B.A. in English Literature from the University of Colorado and a M.Ed. from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. By day he teaches high school English in West Philadelphia, and by night…

Bruce Capoferri

Contributions: “The Malocchio,” Reading Glasses. 2014 Bruce Capoferri sells automobiles, but enjoys writing stories and songs in his spare time and is currently working on a novel. He has four autobiographical stories published in Primo Magazine and one in Buona Salute. He lives with his wife, Barbara, and cat, Krikat. Bruce’s Interview with Steampunk Granny…