Cynthia Dewi Oka is a poet and author of Nomad of Salt and Hard Water (Thread Makes Blanket, 2016). A Pushcart Prize Nominee and VONA alum, her work has or will soon appear in Guernica, Black Renaissance Noire, As/Us Journal, The Wide Shore, Kweli, Apogee, Obsidian, The Massachusetts Review, and other publications. She has received an […]
Micah Moore is pursuing his J.D. in Kansas City, MO, so he can defend people accused of crimes. He recently released an EP called “The Winter Taught Us Fire” under the moniker “Airborne, Anchored.”
Timothy McLafferty lives in NYC and works as a musician. His poems have appeared in Pearl, Crate, Barrow Street, Painted Bride Quarterly and elsewhere. He is the poetry editor at Forge Journal.
Cameron MacKenzie’s work has appeared in Permafrost, Solstice, SubStance and The Michigan Quarterly Review, among other places. He currently teaches English at Ferrum College.
Rhonda Lott’s work has appeared in many national and international publications, including Hayden’s Ferry Review, Southern Humanities Review, and The Los Angeles Review, among others. She received her doctorate in creative writing from Texas Tech University and her master’s degree from the University of Southern Mississippi Center for Writers. Rhonda has also served as an […]
Kate Light’s three volumes of poetry are Gravity’s Dream, (Donald Justice Award), Open Slowly, and The Laws of Falling Bodies (Nicholas Roerich Prize). She is also the author of two works for narrator and musicians, Einstein’s Mozart and Oceanophony, (performed for thousands of children and adults across the country, often with Kate as narrator); the […]