E.A. Durden grew up in North Carolina. She studied art history as an undergraduate at Princeton, and creative writing as a graduate student at New York University. She has taught writing and literature at New York University and Prescott College, and won fellowships from The Fine Arts Work Center and The Ucross Foundation. In 2009, […]
Barbara Duffey is an assistant professor of English at Dakota Wesleyan University, where she teaches creative writing, literature, and composition courses. She is the author of the chapbooks The Circus of Forgetting (dancing girl press, 2013) and The Verge of Thirst (South Dakota State Poetry Society, 2013), and the full-length collection I Might Be Mistaken […]
Erin Dorney lives in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. You can learn more about her at http://erindorney.com or follow her on Twitter at @edorney. Her work has appeared in The Pinch Literary Journal, Birdfeast Magazine, The Found Poetry Review, Really System, and elsewhere.
Heather Dooley lives in Philadelphia, where she works as a Museum Educator. She is originally from West Virginia and graduated from Marshall University in 2003. Her work has appeared in The Adirondack Review and the ebook Music Volleys Through from Ravenna Press.
John Blair’s short story collection, American Standard, was the 2002 winner of the Drue Heinz Literature prize and was published by the University of Pittsburgh Press. He also has two books of poetry & two novels, as well as poems & stories in Poetry, The New York Quarterly, The Sewanee Review, The Antioch Review, New Letters, […]
Pamela Davis lives and writes in Santa Barbara, California. Current poems appear in Prairie Schooner, Sou’Wester, Valparaiso Poetry Review, Existere Journal (Canada), Stand (UK), Natural Bridge, Storyscape Journal, and Zone 3. Previous publications include Atlanta Review (International Publication Prize), New Ohio Review, Nimrod (Neruda Award semi-finalist), and in Southern Poetry Review’s Poets of the West and West […]