Radhika Menon is a TV-obsessed writer based in New York City. Her work has appeared on Paste Magazine, Teen Vogue, and NY Post’s Decider. You may call her Rad.
Andrew Cushing is a writer based in New York whose work has appeared in McSweeney's Internet Tendency and Vulture.
Amanda Koellner is a Brooklyn-based writer, editor, and photographer whose work has appeared in Consequence of Sound, TIME magazine, Time Out Chicago, and more.
Alana Mohamed is a writer and librarian from Queens, New York. She enjoys flash fiction, pangs of nostalgia, and weird trivia about your favorite authors. She reviews books for the Village Voice.
Anjali S. Desai is an Indian American writer, comedian, and TV producer living in New York. Follow her on Twitter or Instagram: @anj4prez.
Ashley currently resides in Brooklyn. If you’re looking for her, she’s likely in front of a mirror somewhere applying a Kylie matte lip stain while singing along to One Direction under her breath.
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.
Casey is a native North Carolinian living in Brooklyn. She is legally married to gouda cheese, works at BuzzFeed, and tweets poorly at @casey_cline.
Christie Donato is a writer based in Syracuse, New York. Her short fiction can be found on www.BreadcrumbsMag.com.
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.
Colin Dodds is a writer with several novels and books of poetry to his name. He grew up in Massachusetts and lived in California briefly before finishing his education in New York City. His writing has appeared in more than three hundred publications, including Gothamist, Painted Bride Quarterly, and the Washington Post. His upcoming novel Ms. Never, partly about the afterlife of the part of ourselves we cede to the digital powers that be, launches in November, and you can get an early copy here. Colin also writes screenplays, directs short films, and once built a twelve-foot-high pyramid out of PVC pipe, plywood, and zip ties. He lives in New York City with his wife and daughter. You can find more of his work at thecolindodds.com.
Genelle Chaconas is nonbinary gendered, is queer, is an abuse survivor, has mood disorders, and feels proud. They earned a BA in Creative Writing from CSUS in 2009, an MFA in Writing & Poetics from Naropa University in 2015, and 50k of debt. They never learned to "photograph" but take photos. They've been published lots but don't name-drop. Their chapbooks include Fallout Saints and Dirty Pictures (Little M Press, 2011) and Yet Wave (The Lune, 2017). They serve as head editor for HockSpitSlurp Literary Magazine. They enjoy sci-fi and gangster flix, drone/noise/industrial music, and long walks off short piers.
Jana is a thirtysomething from Boston, currently living in Brooklyn. She works at BuzzFeed and tweets at @tinyjana.
Jess Goodwin lives in Brooklyn with her two cats and spends her free time cross-stitching, taking care of her plants, and watching her stories. She is not 80 years old.
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.
Katharine Valentino worked for thirty years at menial jobs before acquiring a BA degree in journalism. For the next twenty years, she worked at slightly more interesting jobs and occasionally was even allowed to write some technical thing or another. She retired from drudgery in 2016 and now stays busy as the owner of Setting Forth—on a Literary Itinerary and as co-lead of Plastic Up-Cycling.
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.
Steven Berkowitz is a writer, storyteller, and Moth story slam winner who has appeared on The Story Collider, And I Am Not Lying, and Scientific American’s Science Talk podcast.
Sara "Katy" Parmer is currently a student at Stephen F Austin State University studying creative writing. Her work has appeared in Stephen F Austin State University’s literary publication, HUMID. She lives in Nacogdoches, Texas, and is originally from Tomball, Texas.
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.
Tania Hershman is a writer of poetry, fiction, and other word-shapes based in the UK and the author of three short story collections and two books of poetry. She watches quite a lot of television, for research into character development, story arcs, and cutting-edge medical procedures. She is currently working on a hybrid book about time.