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.
Whether John Dorroh taught any secondary science is still being discussed. However, he managed to show up every morning at 6:45 for a couple of decades with at least three lesson plans and a thermos of robust coffee. His poetry has appeared in Red Fez, Red Dirt Forum, Dead Mule Society, Dime Show Review, North […]
Indran Amirthanayagam writes in English, Spanish, French, Portuguese and Haitian Creole. He has published sixteen poetry collections thus far, including the just released Coconuts on Mars, En busca de posada (Editorial Apogeo, Lima, 2019) and Paolo 9 (Manofalsa, Lima, 2019). The Elephants of Reckoning (Hanging Loose Press, NY, 1993) won the 1994 Paterson Prize in […]
Shari Caplan is the siren behind Advice from a Siren (Dancing Girl Press). Her poems have swum into Gulf Coast, Nonbinary Review, Masque & Spectacle, Tinderbox, Deluge, and more. Caplan’s work has earned her a scholarship to the Home School in Hudson NY, a fellowship to the Vermont Studio Center, and nominations for A Pushcart […]
Blake Campbell grew up in Pennsylvania and lives in Salem, Massachusetts. A Pushcart Prize nominee, he is the recipient of the 2015 Aliki Perroti and Seth Frank Most Promising Young Poet Award from the Academy of American Poets and has been a featured reader for Mass Poetry’s U35 reading series. His work has appeared or […]