Holly Teresa Baker has served as managing editor and art director for the South Dakota Review. Her work has appeared in Crab Orchard Review, Eclectica, Literary Juice, Citron Review, LIT, and others. She is a lousy pianist, disappointing chef, and unsuccessful gardener, so she’ll stick to writing.
Cory Andrews, like Wallace Stevens, was born in Pennsylvania and now has a day job in the legal field. Unlike Wallace Stevens, he has rarely been published and has never confused a woman’s voice with the ocean’s, but he sees how one might make that mistake.
Terry Adams lives in Ken Kesey’s infamous cabin in La Honda, Ca. He bought it from Ken and restored it as a monument to all that craziness. He has poems in Poetry Magazine, Ironwood, Witness, The Sun, and elsewhere. His first book is Adam’s Ribs, from Off The Grid Press, 2008. He loves being funny, […]
Lisa Andrews, born in NYC, grew up in Michigan and moved back to New York to study acting at the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre. A graduate of Hunter College, she received an M.A. in English Literature and an M.F.A. in Poetry from NYU, where she taught in the Expository Writing Program, and took […]
Aaron Krol received his MFA from Emerson College in 2013. His poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in the Kenyon Review Online, Measure, the Carolina Quarterly, Ascent, and elsewhere. He grew up in Baltimore and now works as a science reporter in the Boston area.
Don Riggs teaches writing in the Department of English and Philosophy at Drexel University, in Philadelphia, PA, in which city he had studied writing poetry under Toby Olson and Rachel Blau Duplessis alongside many of the New Philadelphia Post Language Poets. He had previously studied Southern lyricism under James Seay in Chapel Hill, NC.