Katie Brunero currently interns at and sells books for the Poetry Project, NYC. She taught poetry at the University of New Hampshire and served as the Managing Director of the Frequency Writers Organization. She has an MFA in poetry and an MA in fiction. She received the Young P. Dawkins Prize, was shortlisted for the […]
Daryl Jones recently retired from a career in academic administration and rediscovered the passion for writing that he had set aside more than twenty-five years ago, after receiving an NEA Fellowship, serving as Idaho Writer-in-Residence, and winning the Natalie Ornish Poetry Award from the Texas Institute of Letters for his book Someone Going Home Late. […]
Sarah Browning stepped down as Executive Director of Split This Rock in January 2019, after co-founding and running the poetry and social justice organization for 11 years. She misses the community but not the grant reports. She is the author of Killing Summer (Sibling Rivalry Press, 2017) and Whiskey in the Garden of Eden (The […]
Gwendolyn Ann Hill, originally from Iowa City, IA, earned her BA from Oregon State University and her MFA from University of Arkansas, receiving awards and fellowships for her writing from both, including an Academy of American Poets Prize. Her work has been supported by the Bread Loaf Environmental Writers’ Conference and her poems appear in […]
Kyle Brown-Watson is a bookseller based in Philadelphia. He has read poetry and fiction on stage for Empty Set Press and the Brewerytown Social. His poetry has been published in Bedfellows Magazine, Yes Poetry, and Luna Luna Magazine. Before that, he worked in advertising, software development, and heaven forgive him, television.
Ian T. Hall was born and reared in Raven, Kentucky. He is currently an MFA candidate in poetry at the University of Tennessee, where he serves as the assistant poetry editor for Grist: A Journal of the Literary Arts. He has published poetry and fiction in Kentucky Monthly Magazine, The Louisville Review, Gravel, Heartland Review, […]