Rachel Contreni Flynn was born in Paris in 1969 and raised in a small farming town in Indiana. Her second full-length collection of poetry, Tongue, won the Benjamin Saltman Award and was published in 2010 by Red Hen Press. Her chapbook, Haywire, was published by Bright Hill Press in 2009, and her first book Ice, Mouth, Song, was […]
Kate Ferencz lives in Brooklyn and writes songs and sometimes plays them in front of people. She’s working on a fourth album and recently put out a little book of mostly lyrics and drawings called You Can Be Whatever Character You Want.
James Engelhardt’s poems have appeared in Lilies and Cannonballs Review, Elsewhere, Hawk and Handsaw, and Paddlefish. His ecopoetry manifesto can be found at octopusmagazine.com. Originally from Western North Carolina, he is now in Lincoln, NE pursuing a PhD in poetry. He is the Managing Editor of Prairie Schooner.
Daniel Donaghy has published two books of poetry: Street Fighting (BkMk 2005; Paterson Prize Finalist) and Start with the Trouble (U. of Arkansas Press, 2009). Both books feature the city of Philadelphia prominently.
Meri Culp has been published in various literary journals, including the Southeast Review, Apalachee Quarterly, BOMB, Nomads, Sweet: A Literary Confection, Snug, The Northeast Chronicle, Cider House Review, and online in True/Slant and USA Today. Her poems have also appeared in two anthologies: North of Wakulla and Think: Poems for Aretha Franklin’s Inauguration Day Hat. She is currently working on a collection of stalk […]
Veronica Castrillón grew up in Asbury Park, where the view from her bedroom was a carousel, The Pink Flamingo hotel, the Palace Amusements, and a porno theatre.