Adam McGee is a Pushcart nominee whose poems have appeared in Cimarron Review, Memorious, RHINO, Assaracus, The Doctor T. J. Eckleburg Review, Bayou Magazine, The Delmarva Review, and elsewhere. He lives in Boston with his partner and is managing editor of Boston Review. Learn more about his work at www.adammichaelmcgee.com.
Laura McCullough’s book, The Wild Night Dress, was selected by Billy Collins as a winner of the Miller Williams Poetry Prize, and is forthcoming from University of Arkansas Press. Her most recent book of poems is Jersey Mercy (Black Lawrence Press). Her other collections include Rigger Death & Hoist Another (BL), Panic (Alice James Books, […]
Pam Matz lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She is a librarian and has just begun volunteering as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA). In times when poetry is difficult to write, she is grateful for the work of others who find ways. Her poems have appeared in Shadowgraph, Bloodroot, Memorious, and the chapbook anthology Selfies: Real […]
Maria Martin is a poet living in Charleston, South Carolina. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Superstition Review, The Indianola Review, Up the Staircase Quarterly, and others.
Michael Levan has work in recent or forthcoming issues of Arts & Letters, Green Mountain Review, Iron Horse Literary Review, Copper Nickel, Ruminate, and Hunger Mountain. He is an Assistant Professor of English at the University of Saint Francis and writes reviews for American Microreviews and Interviews. He lives in Fort Wayne, Indiana, with his […]
Marcia LeBeau’s poems have been published in Rattle, The Hiram Review, Moon City Review, SLANT, and elsewhere. Her work has also appeared in O: The Oprah Magazine and has been read on the radio. She has been anthologized in Challenges for the Delusional (Jane Street Press, 2012) and The Crack the Spine Anthology XIV (Crack the […]