Issue 31 Contributor Biographies
Fadzlishah Johanabas writes short stories, focusing on speculative fiction, when not messing around with a person’s brain (literally and physically). Other than surgery, he procrastinates about everything else — including maintaining his blog, http://www.fadzjohanabas.com, and his Twitter account, @Fadz_Johanabas.
Larisa Walk lives in California where she writes stories inspired by her childhood in the former Soviet Union and by her many interests. Her interests include Reiki, animals, the Goddess Movement, mythology, helping parents to raise children peacefully for a peaceful world, growing a secret garden and looking for portals into the fairyland. She has about 20 letters after her name from various titles.
Tyus Barnwell is a Brooklyn native who lives in a drafty brownstone dominated by two cats, stacks of unread books, and notebooks filled with long-hand. Tyus’ work has appeared in the Evergreen Review and was voted a feature of Storyhighway.com.