Shelley Girdner lives and writes in New Hampshire. Her poems have been published in several journals, including The Indiana Review, Mid-American Review, Poet Lore and the Aurorean. She teaches at the University of New Hampshire.
Casey Wiley’s essays and stories have been published or are forthcoming in Barrellhouse, Salt Hill, Gulf Stream, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Monkeybicycle, among others. He teaches English at Penn State University and is working on a book about everyday people (him) trying to be professionally funny. (He’s not.)
Ariana Nadia Nash is the recipient of the 2011 Philip Levine Prize in Poetry for Instructions for Preparing Your Skin published this year by Anhinga Press. She is also the author of the chapbook Our Blood Is Singing, published by Damask Press. She is the winner of a Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Prize and is a […]
James Ineich’s prose poems have appeared in several journals including, most recently, The Bitter Oleander, Spoon River Poetry Review, and California Quarterly.
Scott Kaukonen is the author of Ordination, winner of the Ohio State University Prize for Short Fiction. His fiction has appeared in the Printers Row Journal, the Cincinnati Review, Pleiades, Normal School, Barrelhouse, Third Coast, and elsewhere. He’s a previous recipient of an NEA Fellowship and the Nelson Algren Prize from the Chicago Tribune. He’s […]
Aviva Englander Cristy is a teacher and writing living in Milwaukee, WI. Her chapbook, The Interior Structure is forthcoming from dancing girl press. Aviva’s poems can be found in Arsenic Lobster, The Hollins Critic, BlazeVox, So To Speak, Spoon River Poetry Review, Prick of the Spindle, Best New Poets 2012, among others.