Ree Sherwood holds an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and reads for Carve magazine. Ree comes from Western Pennsylvania and wants to tell you all about it. Find more work in OUT/CAST, Lavender Review, and Rivet.
Lisa Marie Brodsky is the author of “We Nod Our Dark Heads” (Parallel Press 2008) and “Motherlung” (Salmon Press 2014), the latter selected as a Wisconsin Library Association pick for a 2015 book of Outstanding Poetry. Her work has been published in various national and international journals, among them The North American Review, Diode, Mom Egg Review, and […]
LAURIE SEWALL’s poetry has appeared in Ploughshares, Colorado Review, Cimarron Review, Minnesota Review, Poet Lore, Permafrost, and Hayden’s Ferry Review, among other publications. She received an MFA in Poetry from New England College and an MA in Counseling Psychology from Lesley University. She lives and teaches in Iowa.
Kierstin Bridger is a Colorado writer. She is author of two books: All Ember (Urban Farmhouse Press) and Demimonde (Lithic Press). Demimonde won the Women Writing The West’s 2017 WILLA Award for poetry. She is a winner of the Mark Fischer Poetry Prize, the 2015 ACC Writer’s Studio award, a silver Charter Oak Best Historical Award, and an Anne LaBastille Poetry Residency. Bridger was also short-listed for […]
Stephanie Bolster has published four books of poetry, the most recent of which, A Page from the Wonders of Life on Earth, was a finalist for the Pat Lowther Award for best book of poetry by a Canadian woman. Work from her current manuscript, Long Exposure, has been a finalist for the CBC Poetry Prize in 2012 and longlisted […]
James Bradley Wells has published one poetry collection, Bicycle (Sheep Meadow Press, 2013), and one poetry chapbook, The Kazantzakis Guide to Greece (Finishing Line Press, 2015). His poetry has appeared in New England Review, Western Humanities Review, Spoon River Poetry Review, and Stone Canoe, among other journals. Wells is the author of Pindar’s Verbal Art (Harvard University Press, 2009), a study of poetics and performance of Pindar’s (518-438 B.C.E.) victory […]