John Estes directs the creative writing program at Malone University in Canton, Ohio and is on the faculty of Ashland University’s Low-Residency MFA. He is author of Kingdom Come (C&R Press, 2011) and two chapbooks: Breakfast with Blake at the Laocoön (Finishing Line Press, 2007) and Swerve, which won a 2008 National Chapbook Fellowship from […]
Colin Dodds grew up in Massachusetts and completed his education in New York City. His poetry has appeared in more than a hundred publications, and has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. Dodds is also the author of several novels, including WINDFALL and The Last Bad Job, which the late Norman Mailer touted as showing […]
Kevin Dobbs has lived in the USA, Japan, China, the UAE, and Qatar. He’s published poetry, fiction, and essays, internationally, in many literary journals and anthologies. With poetry forthcoming in Interlitq: the International Literary Quarterly (Argentina), he’s placed poems in Chelsea, New York Quarterly, Carolina Quarterly, Poet Lore, Sou’wester, Gulf Stream, Faces in the Crowds (anthology, […]
Jim Cory’s most recent publication is No Brainer Variations, (2011, Rain Mountain Press, NYC). He has been the editor of several important poetry selections (Packing Up for Paradise, selected poems of James Broughton, 1997, Black Sparrow, and Jubilant Thicket, selected poems of Jonathan Williams, 2004, Copper Canyon) and the recipient of fellowships from the Pennsylvania […]
Grant Clauser is the author of two poetry books, Necessary Myths (Broadkill River Press 2013) and The Trouble with Rivers (Foothills Publishing 2012). Poems have appeared in The American Poetry Review,Cheat River Review, The Good Man Project, Mason’s Road and others. He also writes about electronics, teaches poetry at random places and chases trout with […]
Michael Derrick Hudson writing as Yin-Fen Chou still lives in Fort Wayne, Indiana where he still makes excuses. His work has appeared in Shenandoah, Prairie Schooner, Michigan Quarterly Review, Sonora Review, Cream City Review, Cimarron Review, South Dakota Review and The Spoon River Poetry Review.