Daniel Toy's fiction and essays have been published on The Fiddleback, Breadcrumbs, and BuzzFeed. He graduated from Pratt Institute in 2012, where he was awarded the Thesis Prize in Fiction, and he lives in Brooklyn with his (roommate's) two cats.
Radhika Menon is a TV-obsessed writer living in New York City. At any given moment, she can ruminate at length over "Friday Night Lights," the University of Michigan, and the perfect slice of pizza. You can call her Rad if you so please.
Bob Raymonda is the founding editor of BreadcrumbsMag.com. He graduated from SUNY Purchase College with a focus in creative nonfiction. His work can be found in Potluck Mag, Quail Bell Magazine, and Elite Daily.
Christine Melgarejo is a freelance social media consultant in Astoria, Queens. Her love of television was bred through Nickelodeon cartoons as a child, and "Salute Your Shorts" is still a staple of her adult life. When not writing or social media-ing, she can be found on YouTube talking about her obsession with Disney World.
Kasia Merrill is a writer, teacher, and storyteller. Afflicted with a strong case of wanderlust, she has moved annually in her adult life and is temporarily settled in Brooklyn, New York. Her personal essays and stories have been published in Elephant Journal, Thought Catalog, and 805 Literary Journal.
Phil Corso is a news editor at the New York Post. He's worked as an editor and reporter for various newspapers across New York City, Westchester County, and Long Island, including the New York Daily News, Westchester Magazine, amNY, and more. When he's not writing, he plays drums in a good old-fashioned punk band.
Adrienne (or “Stingraydrienne,” as she likes to be/is never called) lives in Brooklyn. When she is not busy daydreaming about Drew from "The Bachelorette," she writes about dating and other nonsense at www.stingraydrienne.com.