Tiffany Jama's writing is process-oriented. She found a deep connection to herself upon first journaling in 1991. Writing became her tool for survival, understanding and connection to parts of herself she felt were hidden from view. The blank page and the practice of writing are both terrifying and healing, often revealing bits of wisdom and shadow. Often at war with her own practice, she returns over and over, never betraying herself for long.
Rick Collignon is the author of four novels, The Journal of Antonio Montoya, Perdido (the first two volumes of his Guadalupe trilogy), Madewell Brown and A Santo in the Image of Cristobal Garcia, all set in the Southwest. Originally from the Chicago area, he has lived in northern New Mexico for over 30 years.
Brian Allan Skinner has worked extensively in publishing as a writer, editor and illustrator. The publications in which his work has appeared range from the literary (Kirkus Reviews) to the scientific (Scientific American Newsletters). With more than 120 short stories published, he continues to refine his skills, working on his third collection of “linked stories.”