Linda Jaffe earned her MFA in poetry from the University of San Francisco. Her particular interest is in the ephemeral and often fleeting nature of perception, and how we attempt to communicate these perceptions through language. She currently teaches writing through the OLLI program at Southern Oregon University.Her work has been published in Switchback, Generations, […]
James Harms is the author of several books including, most recently, ROWING WITH WINGS (Carnegie Mellon University Press 2017). New work has appeared or is forthcoming in THE GETTYSBURG REVIEW, THE MISSOURI REVIEW, SALT, DIODE and other journals.
Jordan Escobar is a writer in Jamaica Plain, MA. His work can be found in Water-Stone Review, Blue Earth Review, McNeese Review, Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review, Terrain.org and elsewhere. He currently divides his time teaching at Emerson College and working as a professional beekeeper.
Merridawn Duckler is the author of INTERSTATE (dancing girl press) and IDIOM (Washburn Prize, Harbor Review.) New work in Seneca Review, Women’s Review of Books, Interim, Posit, Plume. Winner of the 2021 Beullah Rose Poetry Contest from Smartish Pace. She’s an editor at Narrative and the philosophy journal Evental Aesthetics.
Ruth Dickey’s first book, Mud Blooms, was selected for the MURAAward from Harbor Mountain Press and awarded a 2019 Silver Nautilus. The recipient of a Mayor’s Arts Award from Washington DC, and a grant from the DC Commission and Arts and Humanities, Ruth is an ardent fan of dogs and coffee, and is in the […]
RC deWinter’s poetry is widely anthologized, notably in New York City Haiku (NY Times, 2/2017), Now We Heal: An Anthology of Hope, (Wellworth Publishing, 12/2020) easing the edges: a collection of everyday miracles (Patrick Heath Public Library of Boerne , 11/2021,) The Connecticut Shakespeare Festival Anthology (River Bend Bookshop Press, 12/2021), in print: 2River, Event […]