Michael Zimmerman is a writer of short stories and poetry, as well as a high school English teacher in the South Bronx. His other works appear in Wilde Magazine and Coachella. He finds inspiration and ideas from the people and places he loves. He lives in New York City with his partner and their cat.
Mitchell Untch is an emerging writer and was a 2011 finalist for The Atlantic Review International, a finalist for the 2012 C.P. Cavafy Award, a 2012 finalist for the Janet McCabe Poetry; Ruminate Magazine Finalist, Contest (Judge: Li Young-Lee); a Semi-finalist for the Puamantock 2012 Poetry Prize and a 2011 Pushcart Prize Nominee. Publications include: […]
Dan Rosenberg is the author of The Crushing Organ (Dream Horse Press, 2012), which won the American Poetry Journal Book Prize, and cadabra (Carnegie Mellon University Press, 2015). He has also written two chapbooks, A Thread of Hands (Tilt Press, 2010) and Thigh‘s Hollow (Omnidawn, 2015), which won the Omnidawn Poetry Chapbook Contest. Rosenberg earned an M.F.A. from the Iowa […]
Sarah Grigg Rolph is an MFA student at the University of Florida. She can usually be found curled up on the couch, reading and sharing a bowl of popcorn with her rather greedy parrot. Her work hopes to cultivate quietude and explore the intersection of art and faith.
Annette Oxindine’s poetry appears or is forthcoming in Shenandoah, Gulf Coast, Willow Springs, Superstition Review, burntdistrict, Crab Creek Review, RHINO, Winter Tangerine Review, and elsewhere. Originally from Maryland, she lives in Ohio and is an associate professor at Wright State University, where she teaches literature.
Leah Poole Osowski’s first collection, Hover Over Her (Kent State University Press 2016), won the 2015 Wick Poetry Prize. She received an MFA in creative writing from the University of North Carolina Wilmington. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Black Warrior Review, Hotel Amerika, Mid-American Review, New Delta Review, Salamander, and Third Coast, […]