Jordan Barnes is a graduate of Michigan State University where he was the Sex & Health editor for The Big Green. He’s a freelance writer, social media consultant, blogger and PR intern for the Lakeshore Theater in Chicago. Lady Gaga once told him she loved his outfit.
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Meghan Beresford is a New York-based freelance writer. After graduating from the University of Iowa, she moved to St. John’s, Newfoundland, where she spent several years as sex & relationships columnist at alternative newsmag CURRENT. Before moving to brighter lights, bigger city, she also co-created a literary journal called Zeugma and founded The Purity Girls’ School of Burlesque (true story). Meghan’s most recent project is Lookshelves: Bookshelves to Look At, a website for literary voyeurs.
Justin Dimos received his master’s degree in creative writing from the University of Arizona, where he also served as Editor-in-Chief of the nationally distributed literary magazine Sonora Review. In addition to being a freelance writer, editor, and blogger, he has also been a contributor and features editor for PopMatters.com, an international magazine of cultural criticism. A scifi junky, addicted to tattoos and Joyce Carol Oates, he is currently relocating to Seattle.
Heather Guith is a graduate of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor where she majored in English and Women’s Studies. She has worked as an arts columnist, a business writer, and a merchandising coordinator, but prefers her current gig as a personal trainer and freelance writer. She currently resides in Chicago and writes about all things health and fitness on Body FM: Tuning In.
Jeffrey Kishner is editor/publisher of TechCoquette and Sasstrology, a blog about the astrology of sex, love and relationships. In his various incarnations, he’s worked as a psychotherapist, astrologer and web producer. Jeffrey spends way too much time on the internet, but still manages to spend time with his wife and daughter, as well as get in some dancin’. Follow his tweets or visit his personal website.
Meg Stivison is a freelance writer and girl gamer. Her work has appeared in Bleech magazine, Indie Games Mag and others. After two years of speaking almost toneless Mandarin in China, she is currently based in Raleigh, North Carolina. Her life goal is to get lost on public transit in every major city in the world. Meg blogs at SimpsonsParadox.com.
Beth Turnage is a newly divorced 50-something Operations Manager who also happens to be a freelance writer, astrologer and publisher of the nascent Astrology Media Press. While she is trying to figure out what she will be when she grows up, she is dipping her toes in the waters of the dating scene, and is finding it very chilly.
Rachel Wilkerson is a graduate of Michigan State University, where she authored the blog “The Spartanette.” After leaving a position at ELLE Magazine, she became a freelance writer and now writes the blog Shedding It & Getting It. Her best work can be seen in late-night texts to all the wrong people.