Paul Nelson’s latest of 8 books is BURNING THE FURNITURE, Guernica Editions, 2014. His work has won an AWP Award for Poetry, a University of Alabama Press Series Selection, and an NEA Fellowship. His first book, CARGO, was with The Stonewall /Windhover Press, Iowa City, 1972. From 1979-1989, Professor/Director of Creative Writing, Ohio University, he […]
M.D. Myers lives and works in Fayetteville, AR, where she co-curates the Open Mouth Reading Series and is Comics Editor for The Arkansas International. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Booth, Sundog Lit, The 2015 Community of Writers Poetry Review, and The Apalachee Review.
Christina Misite was born and raised in New England and currently resides in San Antonio, TX, with her husband and son. She received her M.A. in English from the University of Texas at San Antonio, where she was a two-time winner of the College of Liberal and Fine Arts Creative Writing Award, and the Wendy […]
Ann E. Michael is the author of Water-Rites (Brick Road Poetry Press) as well as four chapbooks, and she writes about poetry, gardening, and speculative philosophical thinking on her blog. She is a contributing editor at Poets’ Quarterly and is currently employed as the writing coordinator of DeSales University.
Kelsey Jayne Marshall is a writer living in Brooklyn. Currently, she is the founder and editor-in-chief of Heather Magazine, an independent publication dedicated to unpublished, experimental writers. Her first novel, Ophelia O’Neil And The Americana, is looking for a publishing home. You can read her screenplay, Gotham Summer, live on twitter @gothamsummer.
Jennie Malboeuf is a native of Kentucky. Her work is forthcoming in Virginia Quarterly Review, The Hollins Critic, Bat City Review, Sycamore Review, Bellingham Review, Southern Humanities Review, and The Laurel Review. She lives in North Carolina and teaches writing at Guilford College.