Everlyn A. Hunter was born in Kingston, Jamaica and immigrated to the United States at age 14. She has published essays and poetry in local publications as well as several academic articles in psychology journals. Her educational training includes Masters and Doctoral degrees in Psychology with specializations in Clinical Child and School Psychology.
In 2005 Everlyn graduated from Vancouver Film School’s Writing program and discovered filmmaking. To date, she has produced, written and directed two short films, “Baby Come Home”, and “Red Flags, and authored screenplays for the short films – “The Brown Bag Mystery”, “An Impractical Timepiece”, “Link TV”, and “The Sunshine”. Her awards include a Platinum, Best in Show Aurora Award, and a Bronze Addy Award for her regionally televised PSA, “K9-Connections”.
Everlyn currently lives in Los Angeles where she works as a Psychologist .
Larissa (L.) Malia Nobles is a twenty four year old writer living in
Durham, North Carolina. She studied English at the University of La
Verne in La Verne, California, and was the co-winner of its 2014
Undergraduate Fiction Contest with her short work “Earth’s Worm.” More
of her works have been featured in Legendary Women Inc., The Prism
Review #16, The Write Place at the Write Time, and 101words.org.
In her spare time, Larissa enjoys yoga/meditation, craft beer/tapas
tastings, and reading/indulging in romantic fanfiction. She hopes to
attend a Creative Writing M.F.A. program in the future, and would also
like an M.S. in Cybersecurity.
Holly Anne was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, where--except for time done at a small religious Midwestern college in exchange for an anthropology degree, and a puzzling stint as an alleged au pair--she has lived ever since.