Editor’s Note

Dear lovely reader,Two years ago, I was lucky enough to interview Hart Hanson—the brilliant mind behind the show Bones—who took a break from the silver screen to write a crime novel called The Driver. It’s a fun romp full of mystery and sex and guns, but buried beneath all the adventure, a central question brews:...
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Dani Hedlund

Dani Hedlund founded the international literary nonprofit Brink Literacy Project as a doe-eyed nineteen year old and has been running the beast since. She is also the founder and editor-in-chief of F(r)iction. When she isn’t beating this book into submission with her favorite Brit, Miss Helen Maimaris, Dani also conducts the Pioneer Interviews for each issue as well as writes those Editor Notes no one reads (which is why her bio is here!).

Zach Meyer

Zach Meyer is a Portland-based illustrator, with a BFA from Pratt Institute and an MFA from the School of Visual Arts. Zach is known for his detailed realism coupled with a conceptual, surrealist quality cultivating strong narratives using traditional and digital mediums. He currently teaches illustration at the Pacific Northwest College of Art.


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