Zac Zander lives in Connecticut with his fiancé, Michael, and his dog, Kaki, who is named after the musician, not the pants. He obtained his MFA from Fairfield University with a concentration in nonfiction. His work appears in Now What? The Creative Writer’s Guide to Success after the MFA, Spry Lit, and Taylor & Francis and he is currently working on a collection of essays.
Elizabeth Hilts's essay, A System of Linear Equations, is a wonderfully quiet piece that dedicates many of its words to exploring the world that she has found herself in; a world with a mother who is "completely out of her mind" and a world where she has to face adult realities.
(2015). Billy, me & you, by Nicola Streeten. Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics: Vol. 6, No. 3, pp. 298-299. doi: 10.1080/21504857.2014.984863
What Flower Can Grow with a Bag over Its Head? by Zac Zander Zac Zander, an inspired, passionate artist and writer, composed the visual text "What Flower Can Grow with a Bag over its Head," in response to the violence and discrimination against homosexuals in Uganda.