Judith Ann Levison, of Micmac Indian descent, was raised in a logger’s family on the Maine coast. She was first published in The New Yorker at age 15 as Judi Croxford. Poetry freed her and led her to a new life. She holds degrees from Mount Holyoke College (BA), Hollins University (MFA), and Drexel University […]
Karen An-hwei Lee is the author of Phyla of Joy (Tupelo Press, 2012), Ardor (Tupelo Press, 2008), a July Open selection, and In Medias Res (Sarabande Books, 2004), winner of the Kathryn A. Morton Prize and the Norma Farber First Book Award from the Poetry Society of America. A book of literary criticism, Anglophone Literatures […]
Joseph O. Legaspi is the author of Imago (CavanKerry Press) and two chapbooks: Aviary, Bestiary (Organic Weapon Arts), winner of the David Blair Memorial Prize, and Subways (Thrush Press). Recent works appeared in Poets.org, jubilat, diode, BLOOM, Codex Journal, Water~Stone Review and the anthology Coming Close (Prairie Lights/University of Iowa Press). He co-founded Kundiman (www.kundiman.org), […]
Scott Lambridis‘ debut novel, THE MANY RAYMOND DAYS, about a scientist who discovers the end of time, received the 2012 Dana Award and is represented by Richard Florest of Robert Weisbach Creative Management. Stories of his have appeared in Slice, Cafe Irreal, Flash Fiction Funny, New American Writing, and other journals. He recently completed his […]
Caleb Kaiser is a 19-year-old writer from the Southeast currently living in Chicago. Most recently, his work has appeared in Diagram, PANK, and A-Minor Magazine. He is a staff member of Able Projects and the Adroit Journal. He has a thing for storms.
Nell Joslin received her MFA from North Carolina State University. She has been a schoolteacher, medical librarian, editor, freelance journalist, stay-at-home mom and attorney (although not all at the same time). Her work has appeared in scholarly journals and newspapers. She lives in Raleigh, North Carolina, where she is at currently at work on a […]