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 […]
Jennifer Lee is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins MA Writing Program. Her work has appeared in JMWW, The Potomac Review, the Bellevue Literary Review, Two Hawks Quarterly, Cobalt, Monkeybicycle, and elsewhere. Her work has won the Maryland Writers’ Association short fiction prize and has been nominated for a Pushcart Award. She recently finished writing […]
Andrew Kozma’s poems have appeared in Blackbird, Subtropics, Qualm, and Copper Nickel. His book of poems, “City of Regret” (Zone 3 Press, 2007), won the Zone 3 First Book Award. He has been the recipient of a Jentel Residency, a Houston Arts Alliance Fellowship, a Walter E. Dakin Fellowship, and a D. H. Lawrence Fellowship.
Zachary Kocanda lives in Muncie, IN, where he is an MA student in creative writing at Ball State University.
Tom Kelly is coordinator for Old Dominion University’s Writers in Community outreach in Norfolk, Virginia. In 2015, he was a finalist for the Gearheart Poetry Prize judged by David Kirby. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in The Southeast Review, Gulf Stream, Gargoyle, FreezeRay, among others. Write to him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kelli Stevens Kane is a Cave Canem Fellow and an August Wilson Center Fellow based in Pittsburgh, PA. She’s studied poetry at VONA, Hurston/Wright, and Callaloo. Her recent work is published or forthcoming in North American Review, Little Patuxent Review, Split This Rock, and Delaware Poetry Review. For more information visit kellistevenskane.com.