Megan A. Volpert has two books with BlazeVOX and one with MetroMania. Co-Director of the Atlanta Queer Lit Fest, and nominated for things like Georgia Author of the Year and a Pushcart Prize, she spends her daylight hours teaching high school English.


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Joseph Riippi was born in Seattle and lives in New York City, where he is working on his MFA. His first novel, Do Something! Do Something! Do Something!, was published July 2009 by Ampersand Books. Riippi has contributed to the New Delta Review book reviews on Robert Bolaño’s 2666 and The Romantic Dogs and Denis Johnson’s Nobody Move, as well as the short story “Thereafter a Starfish.”

Skip Horack was born and raised in Louisiana, attended Florida State University, and practiced law for five years in Baton Rouge. His work has appeared in Epoch, The Southern Review, Narrative Magazine, and other journals. Horack currently teaches at Stanford University, where he was also a Wallace Stegner Fellow.  Horack’s story “Caught Fox,” from his new novel The Southern Cross, originally appeared in the New Delta Review.$Content/Readers+&+Writers/$file/speakers.htm!.html