Editor-in-Chief / Founder
Barracuda Guarisco is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of @rlysrslit w/ a current residence of Seattle, WA. He had books published with Alice Blue Review's Shotgun Wedding; Horse Less Press; Spuyten Duyvil; Vegetarian Alcoholic Press; Feral Dove Books; Really Serious Literature.
Kelsey Marie Harris has no degrees or accolades. She paints and writes poetry fueled from over thinking, anxiety, and general self-loathing. Her chapbooks “The Jolly Queef” and “Bury your Horses” are published by Vegetarian Alcoholic Press and her full-length poetry book, “Spit (verb) in my mouth” is forthcoming from Vegetarian Alcoholic Press. She also has a self published chapbook, “Sex Wound”. Her poetry has been published in The Rust Mill, TLDR magazine, Horror Sleaze Trash, and Forklift Ohio.
Bryan Edenfield is an alive human mammal animal, probably. He was born in Arizona but lives in Washington. He is an author.
Author, My Safe Word Is Harder
McKenna Clarke studied creative writing in Tallahassee, Florida, and understands why you may not want to visit. She promises there are no alligators in the panhandle, besides the ones that live inside of her. MY SAFE WORD IS HARDER is her first book.
Co-Author, The Gold Boys are back in Gold Town
Joshua Robert Long is from Dayton, Ohio, and currently living in Eugene, Oregon, with his dog and his cats, and his wife. He has an MFA from The University of Texas at El Paso in Creative Writing, and has been featured in numerous magazines and journals. Joshua Robert is the author of six books of poetry, including Hello Hi, Leaving Frost Upon The Walls, The Mixtape Series with Justin David Koontz, including The Gold Boys Are Back In Gold Town with C. C. Hannett. He has 3 chapbooks forthcoming in 2020.
Contest Winner - "The Cravan & Bronson Dilemma" Tattoo Contest (2019); Author, Dear Ted
Kim Vodicka is the spokesbitch of a degeneration, "a softer-spoken, more genteel Lydia Lunch," according to The Houston Press. For the past decade, she has toured the country performing sound poetry in bookstores, dive bars, art galleries, cafes, diners, festivals, pinup clubs, vintage clothing shops, rooftops, backyards, and places of worship. She is the author of Psychic Privates (White Stag Publishing, 2018) and The Elvis Machine (CLASH Books, 2020). She is also the creator of a poetic comic book series, a chapbook of sound poems on vinyl, and an illustrated book of poetry. Originally from south Louisiana, she currently lives in Memphis, TN with her beloved cat, Lula. Cruise her at kimvodicka.com.
*Kim's "What's your muse's damage" was tattooed on our Editor-in-Chief by the author Never Angel North.
Contest Winner - "Mutant Broadsides" Apparel Contest (2020); Author, "Romantic" Adventures In "Dating" Men"
Gina Tron is the author of the books "You're Fine." (2014), "We Met on the Internet" (2015) and "Eggolio and Other Fables (2016)." Her first poetry collection "Star 67" will be released in November with Vegetarian Alcoholic Press. Gina is also a true crime reporter for Oxygen and has worked as a journalist in Vermont and Colorado. She's written articles for publications including the Washington Post, VICE, Daily Beast, Salon and Politico. She has an MFA in Writing and Publishing from the Vermont College of Fine Arts. Her poetry has been published in journals including Green Mountains Review, Entropy, Junto Magazine and Tupelo Press.
*Gina Tron's haiku will be released as a limited edition pin
MORE TO COME. . .