Dina Guidubaldi grew up in Kent, Ohio but has lived in the southwest since 1998. She has a book of stories, How Gone We Got, coming out with Queen’s Ferry Press in March 2015. While she waits for that to happen, she’s busy trying to write two novels at once and working as something called […]
Sarah Jean Grimm
Sarah Jean Grimm holds her Master’s in English from Fordham University, where she also earned her Bachelor’s in English & Classical Languages. She works at Penguin Random House & edits the online journal, Powder Keg. Recent poems appear in Coconut, Similar:Peaks::, Swarm, Ilk, Sixth Finch, & elsewhere. She lives in Brooklyn with her orange cat.
Janice Greenwood’s writing has appeared in Baltimore Review, Cortland Review, Cimarron Review, and New England Review. Her poetry manuscript, After Mercy, was named a finalist for Four Way Books’ Intro Prize as well as for the John Ciardi Prize in Poetry from BkMk Press.
David Greenspan helps edit the online quarterly Birdfeast. He’s had two chapbooks published and his work appears recently in Gigantic, Hobart, Mid-American Review and Spork. Find a few of his thoughts at Davidgreenspan.blogspot.com.
Emily Gordon lives and writes in New York’s Hudson Valley.
Malisa Garlieb is a Waldorf teacher living and working in Shelburne, Vermont. Her new year’s resolution was “heart forward, wings out,” and she’s making good. Her poems have appeared in So to Speak, Off the Coast, and Chautaugua, among others. Her book, Handing Out Apples in Eden, is available from WindRidge Books.