Who’s Behind Jot?

Jot is a mini writer’s conference developed by the Michigan writer’s group the Weaklings.

Andy Rogers has worked in the book industry since 2007 in both publishing and retail. He is currently part of the editorial team at Discovery House. Andy lives in the Grand Rapids area, writes fiction, non-fiction, and emails that are just a bit too long. Follow him on Twitter @ALRstories.

Bob Evenhouse is a speaker and writer living in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He is married, has four children, and is always on the lookout for that spare scrap of time to squeeze in a sentence or two. Connect with him on his website parttimenovel.com or on Twitter @parttimenovel

Josh Mosey is a husband, father, writer, and marketing manager for Discovery House. He also spent 10+ years working in one of west Michigan’s finest independent bookstores doing everything from hand-selling to marketing to event planning. If books were food, Josh would be morbidly obese. He enjoys flash fiction, fantasy, and dystopian literature. He is currently seeking publication on three of his many manuscripts. Follow Josh at his blog, joshmosey.wordpress.com.

Matthew Landrum holds an MFA from Bennington College. His poems and translations have recently appeared in NimrodMemoir JournalSalamander, and Southern Humanities Review. He is poetry editor for Structo Magazine.

Thomas McClurg is a fiction writer and screen writer who lives and writes in the Grand Rapids area. Check out his writing at ThomasMcClurg.com.

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