Esther Ra is a bilingual writer and illustrator from Seoul, South Korea. She is the author of book of untranslatable things (Grayson Books, 2018) and the founding editor of The Underwater Railroad, a literary reunification project. Her work has also been published in Boulevard, Rattle, Twyckenham Notes, The Rumpus, Bellingham Review, and Korea Times, among […]
Kay Peters’ work has appeared in Philadelphia Poets, Apiary, Schuylkill Valley Journal, U.S. 1 Worksheets and Philadelphia Stories. She is a recipient of the Petracca Family Award and the Amy Tritsch Needle Award. She is a Registered Nurse, a former oncology clinical nurse specialist who now practices as a parish nurse. She loves the city […]
William Palmer’s poetry has appeared recently in Cold Mountain Review, J Journal, One Art, On the Seawall, and Poetry East. He has published two chapbooks: A String of Blue Lights, and Humble. A retired professor of English at Alma College, he lives in Traverse City, Michigan.
Kent Neal is currently a poetry candidate in the Lesley University MFA in Creative Writing program. He has published three collections: The Compass, the Labyrinth, and the Hourglass (in French, ErosOnyx Editions, 2015), Where Saltwater Mixes With Freshwater (in English and French, Red Moon Press, 2017), and A Ray of Light in the Lion’s Eye […]
Brittany Mishra helps make medical devices for a living and writes poetry as her passion. She has lived in Washington, Oregon, and Connecticut and currently lives in the Columbia River Valley in Washington with her husband, but her heart resides in the desert of southern Utah near the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. Brittany’s poetry can […]
Jennifer Martelli (she, her, hers) is the author of The Queen of Queens and My Tarantella (Bordighera Press), awarded an Honorable Mention from the Italian-American Studies Association, selected as a “Must Read” by the Massachusetts Center for the Book, and named as a finalist for the Housatonic Book Award. She is also the author of […]