John C. Morrison teaches as an associate fellow for the Attic Institute in Portland, Oregon. His new book, Monkey Island, is just out from redbat books. He has poems currently in Hubbub and Midwest Quarterly Review and forthcoming from Spoon River Poetry Review and Two Hawks Quarterly. He is a co-editor for Phantom Drift, a […]
Max Lasky is a poet from New Jersey, currently living in Tallahassee where he is a PhD student in creative writing at Florida State University. He earned his B.A. from Ramapo College, his MFA from the University of Maryland, and has received scholarships to attend the New York State Summer Writers Institute at Skidmore College […]
Emily Kingery teaches English at a small university in Iowa. Her work appears widely in journals, including Birdcoat Quarterly, CutBank, Eastern Iowa Review, GASHER, Gingerbread House, Midwest Review, New South, Plainsongs, Quarter After Eight, and Trampoline, among others, and she has been both a Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net nominee, as well as […]
Henry Hughes’ poems have appeared in Antioch Review, Carolina Quarterly, Shenandoah, Southern Humanities Review, Seattle Review, Sewanee Review, and Poetry Northwest. He is the author of four poetry collections, including Men Holding Eggs, which received the Oregon Book Award, and the memoir, Back Seat with Fish. He is a regular book reviewer for Harvard Review […]
James Grinwis is the author of two books of poetry, The City From Nome (National Poetry Review Press) and Exhibit of Forking Paths (Coffee House/ National Poetry Series), both of which appeared in 2011. His poems have been relatively quiet since then, though recently have made appearances, or soon will, in journals including Hotel Amerika, […]
Lisa Grgas is the Supervising Editor at The Literary Review and author at Adroit Journal. Her non-fiction and poetry have appeared in Tin House Magazine, Atticus Review, Common Ground Review, Whiskey Tit, Black Telephone, Luna Luna and Ki’n. She lives in Hoboken, NJ with her husband.