Kerri French’s poetry has appeared in Barrow Street, Mid-American Review, storySouth, DIAGRAM, Sou’wester, Waccamaw, Lumina, Best New Poets, and The Southern Poetry Anthology, among others. A North Carolina native, she has lived in Georgia, Massachusetts, Tennessee, and England. Instruments of Summer, her chapbook of poems about Amy Winehouse, is available from Dancing Girl Press. She […]
J.M. Farkas was born in New York, studied in Vermont, wrote this poem in Massachusetts, and abandoned it in Texas
Clara Changxin Fang immigrated to the United States from China when she was 9 years old. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing from University of Utah and a Master of Environmental Management from Yale. Her poems have been published in Poet Lore, Nimrod, Tupelo Quarterly, Verse Daily, and nominated for a Pushcart Prize. She […]
If I could touch it, feel the overcast sift between my fingertips, I would not wander the sour barley stench of thin grey walkways and startle sleeping pigeons for a cappuccino and soda slice. The café’s two ceramic bowls come alive with dripping violets beneath the creak of a wooden fish ubiquitous as the bog […]
Corwin Ericson is the author of the novel Swell (Dark Coast, 2011) and Checked Out OK (Factory Hollow, 2013), a book-length found poem in the form of police reports. His work has been published in Harper’s Magazine, The Collagist, Conduit, Hobart, and elsewhere.
David Doyle received his MA in Writing from the National University of Ireland and his BA in English from the University of Pennsylvania. His first full-length book of poetry, Sunroom Midnight was published in June, 2016 (WordTech Editions) and can be purchased in bookstores across the nation. David is thrilled to appear in Painted Bride […]