Tanya Grae was born in South Carolina while her father was stationed at Shaw, and she grew up moving to random Air Force towns like Little Rock, Minot, Tucson, Panama City, and Homestead. This survivalist training prepared her for a litany of jobs, academia, and parenting three humans, two of whom are now adulting. Her […]
Sarah Best‘s poems have appeared in The Yale Review. She’s an alumna of New York University. She’s an artist and writer who lives and works in Madison, Wisconsin with her fiancé Daniel and rambunctious tabby cat named Daisy.
Perry Glasser lives beside a copse of wood from which occasionally emerge a flock of turkeys. None of them is pretentious enough to wear mortarboard hats, though they do recall Glasser’s former colleagues. He is the author of Riverton Noir (2012), recipient of the Gival Press Novel Award in 2011; Metamoirs (2012, Outpost 19), a […]
Currently poetry facilitator for independent seniors at Mercy LIFE, Alicia Askenase was a founding co-editor of the lit journal 6ix, and Literary Program Director at the Walt Whitman Center in New Jersey for many years. Her chapbooks include: Cover, Suspect, The Luxury of Pathos (Texture Press), and Shirley Shirley (sonaweb). Her poems have appeared in […]
Elisabeth Farrell has appeared in North American Review, The Fourth River, Wild Apples, Literary Mama, Sows Ear Poetry Review, and elsewhere. Her chapbook, Earlier Heaven, was published by Finishing Line Press (August 2018). She has a Masters of Fine Arts in writing and literature from the Bennington Writing Seminars.
Laney Arbelaez’s stories have been published in the Raleigh Review, Atticus Review, and Spring Gun Press. Laney also received an award for the piece, “The Marauders,” in the 2013 Northwind Magazine Short Story Contest.