Jen Karetnick is the author of three full-length poetry collections, including American Sentencing (Winter Goose Publications, May 2016) and The Treasures That Prevail (Whitepoint Press, September 2016), as well as four poetry chapbooks. Her poetry and prose have recently appeared or are forthcoming in TheAtlantic.com, Guernica, Negative Capability, One, Prairie Schooner and Spillway. She works […]
Mara Jebsen is a Senior Language lecturer at NYU where she teaches undergraduates in the Tisch department of Arts and Public Policy. She story-tells her poems in New York and writes essays for the Arts & Lit column of 3quarksdaily. She is a 2009 NYFA fellow in poetry.
Ronald Jackson writes stories, poems, and non-fiction. His work has appeared in Burningword Literary Journal, The Chattahoochee Review, Firewords Quarterly, HeartWood, Kentucky Review, North Carolina Literary Review, Prime Number Magazine, Vine Leaves Literary Journal, and other venues. Recognitions include honorable mention in the Doris Betts Fiction Prize competition in 2012; third prize in Prime Number […]
In the Rain I stand stupidly at the window the robin stands stupidly in the yard. Neither of us has a worm. What I Recall from the Mushroom Walk It has a Latin binomial and a Norwegian folk name and may be lethal or delicious. It either weeps milk or empurples when slit. My Work […]
Lynn Hoffman was born in Brooklyn and lives in Philadelphia. Among his 11 published books are Radiation Days- a comedy about cancer and Short Course in Beer, a very serious but tasty book about ales and lagers. He has published 160 poems in literary magazines and is the twice-fired, thrice hired Chef Professor of Drexel […]
Rage Hezekiah is a MacDowell Fellow, who earned her MFA from Emerson College. Her poems have appeared in Fifth Wednesday, Columbia Poetry Review, and the minnesota review, as well as other journals, and are forthcoming in Natural Bridge, and The Cape Rock. Her writing is featured in various anthologies including Other Tongues: Mixed Race Women […]