Brian Andrew is currently masquerading as a competent employee of the National Park Service, somewhere in the mountains of California, in order to pursue his lifelong dream of finding Bigfoot. If you’re unable to find him roaming the wilds, you can often catch a glimpse of his ghost at Ourlousyart.com.
John Randolph Carter. Poet and Artist. Finalist for the National Poetry Series; Carnegie Mellon Press October Competition; University of Wisconsin Press Brittingham and Pollack Prizes in Poetry; University of Akron Poetry Prize and the UCM Lena-Miles Wever Todd Poetry Prize. Poetry in journals including Barrow Street, Connecticut Review, Cream City Review, LIT, Margie, Mudfish, North […]
Jessica Guzman Alderman’s work appears or is forthcoming in Pleiades, Ecotone, Copper Nickel, The Florida Review, and elsewhere. A doctoral student at the University of Southern Mississippi’s Center for Writers, she reads for Memorious.
Imagine this rock here is the center of the universe. Imagine this rock is your belly button. Divide your body into halves, then quarters, & then: make a planet. This leg of our journey will take about 500 years. I would like to stop & show you why along the way, but the bones, they’re […]
Elizabeth Cantwell is a poet and high school teacher living in Claremont, CA. Her first book, Nights I Let the Tiger Get You, was a finalist for the 2012 Hudson Prize; she is also the author of a chapbook, Premonitions. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in a variety of journals, including The Cincinnati […]
Jameka Williams is a MFA candidate at Northwestern University hailing from Chester, PA, fifteen miles southeast of Philadelphia. Her poetry has been published in Prelude Magazine, Gigantic Sequins, Powder Keg Magazine, Yemassee Journal, and is forthcoming in Tupelo Quarterly. Muzzle Magazine nominated her poem, ‘Yeezus’ Wife [when asked what do you actually do],’ from their […]