Daria Brown: Dates—Not a Love Story
Daria Brown has been a journalist, translator, speechwriter, and an aid worker. She is mesmerized by the sound of bagpipes and still believes in love stories.
Blair Campbell: Lemons; Romancing the Dead
Blair Campbell is a senior editor at On the Page.
Laura Cary: Unfinished Business cover design
Laura Cary is a designer in Portland, Oregon, and a contributing designer to On the Page.
Vera Djordjevich: Haunted by the Past
Vera Djordjevich is senior editor and art director at On the Page.
Charles Herman: Over the Edge and Back in Time for "Law and Order"
Charles Herman is a producer with ABC News. He lives in New York where he is trying, once again, to find his tap groove.
John Dylan Keith: No More Hot Dogs
John Dylan Keith is a writer and musician living in Brooklyn, New York. You'll find his portfolio online at www.jdkeith.com.
Jacob Kornbluth: The Secret
Jacob Kornbluth has written and directed two feature films, The Best Thief in the World and Haiku Tunnel.
Erik Leavitt: His name is like a ham sandwich; Sulking as a Spectator Sport
Erik Leavitt is an MFA student in Boise, Idaho. His work has appeared in AGNI and the New York Quarterly.
Doug Oakley: Aftermath
Doug Oakley is a photojournalist in the San Francisco Bay Area. His work is online at www.dougoakley.com.
Victoria Polk: What We Do without Money
Victoria Polk sails with her yacht captain husband and lives in Rhode Island. Her work has been published in The Caribbean Writer.
Samantha Schoech: Why You Shouldn't Have Gone in the First Place
Samantha Schoech's fiction has appeared in Seventeen, The Sun, and Glimmer Train, among other publications. She is co-editor of the anthology Tied in Knots: Funny Stories from the Wedding Day (Seal, 2006).