S.J. Bass

S.J. Bass.jpgOriginally from New York, S. J. Bass currently lives in Portland, Oregon. During a stint of hitchhiking aboard sailboats throughout the Caribbean in 2007, he found his love in writing fiction. Despite being highly dyslexic, he attended college after his return to the USA and gained a Bachelor of Science at the University of Oregon where he studied journalism and creative writing. Find him at:

His work in Fterota Logia: Walter


Kari Anderson

Kari Anderson.JPGKari Anderson grew up near Seattle, Washington, spending her childhood writing her first novel in 14-point Comic Sans.  Since then, she’s picked more sensible fonts and received a few local awards, as well as been published in a few local literary magazines.  Her writing experience has been mainly focused on short stories, but she has worked on everything from full-length novels to musicals.  Kari is currently finishing up her first year as an undergraduate at University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, where she plans on minoring in Creative Writing.  In between classes and marching band rehearsal, she spends much of her free time reading and writing young adult fiction.

Her work in Fterota Logia: Rock Bottom


Lazaros Zigomanis

Lazaros Zigomanis.jpgLazaros Zigomanis has been a writer for over thirty years. He’s had stories and articles published in various print and digital journals, and three screenplays optioned.

Pride, his first YA novel, is a coming-of-age story that follows the mystery behind the emergence of a freakish Indigenous footballer in a country football league. Prior to publication, Pride was shortlisted for the 2011 Atlas Award, and one of the four winners of the 2009 Olvar Wood Fellowship Award, which involved a mentorship on the redraft from author Inga Simpson (author of Mr Wigg).

His novella, ‘The Shadow in the Wind’, was a semi-finalist in the 2017 Screencraft Cinematic Short Story Contest, and the adapted screenplay a semi-finalist in the 2017 Screencraft Family-Friendly Screenplay Contest.

His work in Fterota Logia: Pendant


Jacob Butlett

Aspiring grad student Jacob Butlett holds an A.A. degree and a B.A. degree in Creative Writing. In 2012, he earned a Scholastic Arts and Writing Awards Gold Key for his short story “Dark Malice”. In 2017, he won the Bauerly-Roseliep Scholarship for excellence in literary studies and creative writing. In 2018, he received a Pushcart Prize nomination for his poem “The Hail.” His work has been published in many journals and magazines, including The MacGuffin, Panoply, Word Fountain, Gone Lawn, Lunch Ticket, Into the Void, and plain china.

His work in Fterota Logia: Orange Bowler, Camp Bur Oak


Nathan Elias

Nathan Elias is a fiction writer, poet, filmmaker, visual artist and the author of the novelette A Myriad of Roads that Lead to Here (August 2017). He is Co-Editor of Varnish: A Journal of Arts and Letters and currently working on his first novel while pursuing an MFA in Creative Writing at Antioch University Los Angeles.

His work in Fterota Logia: Taking Flight


Kassandra Flamouri

Kassandra Flamouri’s storytelling career began at the age of three with “Squirm the Worm,” which was warmly received by an audience of assorted beetles in rural New Jersey (yes, “rural New Jersey” does actually exist). She went on to study music composition and ethnomusicology at the Sunderman Conservatory of Gettysburg College. Now, as an exam prep tutor and budding college planning counselor, she has time to devote to her first love, writing. Her work has appeared in Seven Deadly Sins: A YA Anthology (Envy) and Timeless Tales Magazine under the pen name Tamara Linden. Kassandra currently resides in Pennsylvania with a very sweet and loving man and an only intermittently sweet and mostly grumpy cat. More of her work can be found online at and

Her work in Fterota Logia: The Spider and the Honey Bee

In December 2018, Kassandra joined the Fterota Logia team as an editor. She has reviewed: Lady Smoke by Laura Sebastian