Running Wild Novella Anthology, Volume 7: Book 1

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About the Author
Jason Matthew Zalinger is an Associate Professor and Program Director of Communication Studies at Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry, New York. Jay received his BA in English from the University of Connecticut, an MA in Media Ecology from New York University, and a PhD in Communication and Rhetoric from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He is also the author of the short story collection, Myron Oygold: A Graduate Student Struggles, which was published by Sense Publishers in 2017 in their Social Fictions series.

At only ten years old, A.G. Travers penned her very first novella under the ivy of her local church. Now, thirteen years later, she has authored five novels, seven novellas, a handful of short-stories, and over three hundred and fifty poems. Her poetry has been featured in Verse Magazine, the Red Ogre Review, In Parentheses, and Wingless Dreamer, while her non-fiction work has been also published by the Antithesis Journal. When she is not writing, A.G. Travers spends her time teaching first graders, playing guitar, and watching horror movies.

Ian Naranjo was born in Santa Fe, NM. He knew he loved Sci-Fi movies when he was three years old and he's since gone on to get a Bachelor's degree in Media Arts with a Minor in English from the University of New Mexico. Oh, and he's also been published in Meat for Tea: The Valley Review, The Write Launch, and The Bookends Review. He currently lives in Rio Rancho, NM with his Dad, three dogs, and three cats. He's grateful for everyone in his life who's helped him get to this point and he hopes everyone reading this bio has a great day!

Russell Carmony is a fiction and essay writer from New York City. His work has appeared in The Painted Bride Quarterly, Eclectica Magazine,, The Wild Roof Journal, ZIN Daily, and [sub]liminal. In no particular order, he wants to write a novel on the walls of an art gallery, drink hot chocolate in New Zealand when it's snowing in July, have his guitar teacher raise his grade to an F+, and never run a marathon again.

As featured in Forbes, Lisa Diane Kastner is the Founder and Executive Editor of Running Wild Press. She's been a writer and editor for more than twenty years. She has her MFA in Creative Writing with concentrations in Fiction and Nonfiction from Fairfield University, her MBA from Pennsylvania State University, her undergraduate from Drexel University, and is also an alumni of Moorestown Friends Upper School. Lisa began Running Wild with the belief that we can change the world through story.