John-Michael Bloomquist lives in Poland with his wife and their imaginary pet cats. He has taught poetry at the Monroe County Jail, and he co-edited Poems from the Jail Dorm, a collection of poetry by incarcerated men published by Monster House Press. He founded Poetryfortrash.com, a gift economy in which poetry is exchanged for trash. His […]
Denise Duhamel and Julie Marie Wade have published collaborative essays in many literary journals, including Arts & Letters, The Bellingham Review, The Cincinnati Review, The Common, Fourth Genre, Green Mountains Review, The Louisville Review, Nimrod, No Tokens, PoemMemoirStory, Prairie Schooner, Quarter After Eight, So to Speak, Story Quarterly, and Tupelo Quarterly. Their first co-authored book, […]
Carol McMahon is a teacher and poet whose work has been published in various journals (IthacaLit, The Wild Word, The Ekphrastic Review, Prodigal, Claudius Speaks, Clockhouse) and has a chapbook, On Any Given Day, published by FootHills Press. McMahon received an MFA in Poetry from the Rainier Writing Workshop at Pacific Lutheran University and, when she is not with 11-year-olds, […]
Michele Wolf is the author of Immersion (Hilary Tham Capital Collection, The Word Works), Conversations During Sleep (Anhinga Prize for Poetry, Anhinga Press), and The Keeper of Light (Painted Bride Quarterly Poetry Chapbook Series). Her poems have also appeared in Painted Bride Quarterly, Poetry, The Southern Review, The Hudson Review, North American Review, and many other journals and anthologies, as well as on Poetry Daily, Verse Daily and […]
Melissa Stein is the author of the poetry collections Terrible Blooms and Rough Honey, winner of the APR/Honickman First Book Prize. Her work has appeared in Ploughshares, Tin House, Harvard Review, New England Review, American Poetry Review, Best New Poets, and others, and she received fellowships from the NEA, the Bread Loaf Writers Conference, Yaddo, and the MacDowell Colony. She is […]
John works as a family doctor at a community health center and a homeless clinic in Tacoma, WA. His poems have appeared in FIELD, Tupelo Quarterly, Rattle, and The Bridport Prize.