Joe Costal writes about everything from amusement parks to the Constitution. Most recently, his writing has appeared in Barrelhouse, The Maine Review, Philadelphia Stories and is forthcoming in the Watershed Review. His poetry has recently been included in the anthology Challenges for the Delusional II by Diode Editions. He is a regular contributor to the […]
Marley Stuart is an Assistant Editor of Louisiana Literature and a graduate of the Bennington Writing Seminars. His stories and poems have recently appeared or are forthcoming in The Chattahoochee Review, Permafrost, Xavier Review, The Healing Muse, L’Éphémère Review, The Rising Phoenix Review, Occulum and About Place. He and his wife, the writer Kimberly D. […]
J. Jason Mitchell is a sustainability strategist based in London. He spent several weeks aboard a search and rescue vessel in the Mediterranean, working with German NGOs. His work has most recently appeared in the London Review of Books, Christian Science Monitor, Poetry East, Tar River Poetry and Baltimore Review.
Rebekah Denison Hewitt lives in Wisconsin where she divides her time between parenting and pursuing an MFA in poetry at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her work has recently appeared or is forthcoming in Gulf Stream, The Pinch, and The Columbia Poetry Review.
Stephanie Berger is a poet, interactive artist, and entrepreneur. She is the CEO of The Poetry Society of New York and co-creator of The Poetry Brothel, The New York City Poetry Festival, and The Typewriter Project. She is the author of IN THE MADAME’S HAT BOX (Dancing Girl Press, 2011) and co-author of THE GREY […]
Monica Joy Claesson holds a Bachelor’s degree in English and Spanish from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. When not writing poetry, she spends her time backpacking, rock climbing, and otherwise enjoying the outdoors. Current and forthcoming publications include journals such as The Tampa Review, Ascent, The Pittsburgh Poetry Review, Fields, The Cream City Review, So to […]