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MY WORST HABIT

 

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PRODUCTION NOTES

 

Tamara Lawless

Tamara once tried to make rice krispie treats in the microwave. Unfortunately she didn't realize metal can't go in there and things got crazy. She frequently gets lost despite her affinity for maps and probably wears too much plaid. If she had to pick a favorite ice cream flavor it would be mint chocolate chip. But cookie dough is really good too.

 

Samantha Taylor

Samantha lives in Brooklyn with a white dog in a green room. She was taught a long time ago never to let a chair be just a chair, and it stuck. Her red hair makes her both inconcealable and disarming. She can't drive a car but it quite good at feelings. Her poems have appeared in notebooks all over New York City and hope to one day travel to publication and find themselves.

 

Jeff Thrope

Jeff lives in Brooklyn, NY, where he spends most of his time writing a website called Cold Splinters and daydreaming about moving to the southwest.

 

Ben Nadler

Ben lives in Brooklyn, New York, and is currently pursuing an MFA at The City College of New York. He has writing forthcoming in Hapur Palate, Jewish Fiction, and The Fairy Tale Review. His first novel, Harvitz. As To War, was released on Iron Diesel Press on 11/11/11.

 

Minori Sanchiz Fung

Minori is a painter and writer from Caracas, Venezuela. She has published three poetry chapbooks, and will certainly make more: visit pressedlit.com. She paints on wood and canvas: minorisanchizfung.com. She lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

 

Alex Loew

Alex is a songwriter with a day job living in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. He is also an aspiring sound designer with a tremendous love for the moving picture.

 

Jeffrey McDaniel

Jeffrey McDaniel (Poet) is the author of four celebrated books of poetry: "Alibi School" (Manic D, 1995), "The Forgiveness Parade" (Manic D, 1998), "The Splinter Factory" (Manic D, 2002) & "The Endarkenment" (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2008). His poems have appeared in numerous journals and anthologies including, Best American Poetry 1994 and New (American) Poets. He was the recipient of an NEA Fellowship and a translated volume of his poems, "Katastrophenkunde," was released on Lautsprecherverlag in Germany.