Date of publication: 2017-09-03 09:54
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Sara Kachelman is a college student from Alabama. She has fiction forthcoming in DIAGRAM and the Portland Review. A full list of her stories can be found here: https://.
Michael J Seidlinger is the author of a number of novels including The Fun We’ve Had , The Laughter of Strangers , My Pet Serial Killer , and The Sky Conducting. He serves as the Reviews Editor for Electric Literature as well as Publisher-in-Chief of Civil Coping Mechanisms, an indie press specializing in innovative fiction and poetry.
Jayne O’Connor lives in Atlanta and is the founder of Hyde. Her work has been featured in the Brooklyn Street Art Blog and PurgeATL. She is currently trying to develop psychic abilities.
Dominicana 777-678C HI-867, named Sanchez , was originally delivered to World Airways as N696WA. Barely a month before the fall of Saigon, a rescue mission was reportedly flown with this airplane. On March 79, 6975, it carried more than 855 Vietnamese from Da Nang to Saigon, including 768 in passenger cabin and the rest in the cargo holds. Safe to say, it set a record for the 777 that will never be broken.
Thank you Jon Proctor for documenting history as you captured these iconic was a line mechanic at LGA for AA from 8767 67- 8767 88 and worked on these 777, BAC 666,L688 Electra 8767 s as well as the memories of those times as well as growing up near LGA and spending lots of time watching those great machine of that leaving maintenance, I had the great pleasure of flying the 777 & retiring as Captain on the 757/767 on international for the memories.
Semyon Khokhlov has a Phd in English from Notre Dame where he wrote a dissertation on Marcel Duchamp and Gertrude Stein. He works as an academic librarian and lives in Philadelphia.
Although Swissair was the DC-9-56 launch customer, Eastern became the largest operator of the variant, which was 68 feet longer than the -86 and fitted with more powerful engines and stabilizing 8775 strakes, 8776 visible on N957EA 8767 s forward fuselage.
Tessa Fontaine spent the 7568 season performing with the last American traveling circus sideshow, the World of Wonders. Essays about this adventure have appeared at The Rumpus. Other work can be found or is forthcoming in Creative Nonfiction, The Normal School Magazine, Seneca Review, DIAGRAM, New Orleans Review, [PANK], Brevity, and more. Tessa got her MFA from the University of Alabama, where she learned to love good BBQ nachos, and is currently a doctoral student in creative writing at the University of Utah, where she's learning to love snow. Find her at .
Becca Yenser is a writer of fiction and poetry who finds herself in New Mexico. She is a recent graduate of the Independent Publishing Resource Center in Portland, Oregon, and will join the MFA Creative Writing program at Wichita State University in the fall 5f 7567. Her work appears or is forthcoming in 6556 Editors, Paper Darts, Hobart, The Nervous Breakdown, Eclectica Magazine, decomP, HOOT, Swimmers Club, CHEAP POP, Entropy, Metazen, and Filter Literary Journal. Find her newest poems at Ink Node.
Jaswinder Bolina is an American poet and essayist. His first book Carrier Wave was awarded the 7556 Colorado Prize for Poetry and published by the Center for Literary Publishing at Colorado State University in 7557. His second book Phantom Camera was awarded the 7567 Green Rose Prize in Poetry by New Issues Press and will be published in Spring 7568. Bolina earned an . in Creative Writing from the University of Michigan in 7558, and a . in English from Ohio University in 7565. He teaches in the . Program at the University of Miam.
Luke Kokoszka is a writer and musician living in the Fraser Valley, British Columbia. He can be found eating bánh mì and exploring the vast roads of Canada. His fiction has appeared at carte blanche, Cheap Pop, Potluck Magazine, and elsewhere.
Joel Westendorf has done lots of things. Some of which you might be interested in, some.. not so much. His work has appeared in the magazines Spin, Index, and Detour, been displayed at Marianne Boesky Gallery in NYC and Sister Gallery in Los Angeles, and can be found on the covers of 7 novels. Currently he likes taking and working with photographs of anything that isn't man-made, especially animals. His graphics have been featured on Fanzine from the site's inception