Maureen Thorson’s first book of poems, Applies to Oranges, is available from Ugly Duckling Presse. She is also the author of several chapbooks, including Mayport, winner of the Poetry Society of America’s National Chapbook Series for 2006. She lives in Washington, DC, where she co-curates the In Your Ear reading series at the DC Arts Center.
Sandra Gail Teichmann-Hillesheim’s books include Slow Mud, Killing Daddy, and Woman of the Plains. She is also a playwright with Mockernut Street, Corinne, and Not Laughing. Her works (writing and art) have been published in numerous literary journals and anthologies including Woven in the Wind, Short Story, Writers’ Forum, The Lowell Review, Rockhurst Review, Sirena: Poesia – Arte y Critica, Cimarron […]
Sarah V. Schweig’s poems have appeared in Bomb Magazine, Boston Review, Western Humanities Review, and Verse Daily. She is a graduate of the University of Virginia and Columbia University, where her manuscript was a recipient of the David Craig Austin Memorial Award, and she was a 2010 Ruth Lilly Fellowship finalist. Her chapbook, S, will be available through […]
Matthew Rohrer is the author of A Hummock in the Malookas, Satellite, A Green Light, Rise Up and A Plate of Chicken. With Joshua Beckman he wrote Nice Hat, Thanks and recorded the audio CD Adventures While Preaching the Gospel of Beauty. Octopus Books published his action/adventure chapbook-length poem They All Seemed Asleep in 2008. His poems have been widely anthologized and have appeared […]
Katy Resch’s work has appeared in Bellevue Literary Review, Pank, and LIT Magazine. Recently, she was awarded a Norton Island Artist’s Residency and a fellowship to attend the annual Summer Literary Seminars. Her story “The Fawn Skull” has been recognized as a notable story by the judges of South’s Million Writers Award. She lives in Richmond, VA.
Prairie L. Markussen lives, writes, and teaches in Daegu, South Korea. Lately of Chicago, IL, she moved to South Korea to teach English to high school students. She received her MFA in poetry from Roosevelt University in Chicago. She loves to travel, and her writing seeks to reflect the stuff she has seen.