Serena Agusto-Cox, Suffolk University alum, writes more vigorously than she did in her college poetry seminars. Her day job feeds the starving artist, and her poems can be read in Broadkill Review, Dime Show Review, Baseball Bard, Mothers Always Write, Bourgeon, Beginnings Magazine, LYNX, Muse Apprentice Guild, The Harrow, Poems Niederngasse, Avocet, Pedestal, and more. An essay also appears in H.L. Hix’s Made Priceless, three poems in the Love_Is_Love: An Anthology for LGBTQIA+ Teens (2019), and a Q&A in Midge Raymond’s Everyday Book Marketing. Serena also runs book review blog Savvy Verse & Wit and founded Poetic Book Tours.
Is this the worth of us?, Gun Safety, and Hide-and-Seek 2.0, Volume 6, Issue 2
Mary Sophie Filicetti writes fiction in the myriad coffee shops around DC, and has discovered a love of flash fiction. Her first publication appeared in Everyday Fiction in January. She is also a contributing author to Building on Patterns Preschool Braille Curriculum.
Anniversary, Volume 6, Issue 2
As a retired Ob-Gyn, Dr. Martina Nicholson has been most interested in the interior landscapes of women. She has published six poetry books through Old Mountain Press. She is fascinated by cross-cultural issues and language, as well as growth and healing.
Brain Waves, Fabergé Egg, Fossil Fish, and Moons of Jupiter, Rings of Saturn, Volume 6, Issue 2
Barry Peters lives in Durham and teaches in Raleigh, NC. Print and online publications, some forthcoming, include The American Journal of Poetry, Best New Poets 2018, New Ohio Review, Poetry East, Rattle, and South Florida Poetry Journal.
Slice of Life, Crucifixion, Long Shot, and Road Trip, Volume 6, Issue 2
Juliana Mei is currently a sophomore in English Literature at Nanyang Technological University, whose interests include playing the violin and engaging in personal projects usually tied to photography and design. She participates actively in her institution’s creative writing competitions, otherwise reading and writing conscientiously as often as she can.
In the Sickroom, Again, A Prescription for Madness, Lessons for a Young Witch, A Much Better Mistake, Christmas with the Devil, and Growing Pains, Volume 6, Issue 2
Orit Yeret is a writer, artist, and teacher. Born and raised in Israel, she currently lives in the U.S. Her work recently appeared in The Voices Project, The Borfski Press, Ink Pantry, Drunk Monkeys, Crack the Spine, Blue Lake Review, Evening Street Review and Steam Ticket.
View more of her work at: www.orityeret.com
Head in the Clouds, Volume 6, Issue 2
Cathy Ulrich used to have a dog that terrorized children on the playground when she was young. Her parents said that dog went to a nice farm to live, but she’s not so sure. Her work has been published in various journals, including Craft, Cheat River Review, and Threadcount.
The Children, Waiting for Someone to Fall, Volume 6, Issue 2
Ed Hack started writing poetry because it seemed the only way to make sense of the world that he experienced. Hack wrote free verse for years, was published here and there, and then, six years ago, he turned to the sonnet, wanting the discipline of form. Hack moved from the sonnet, though he still believes in the form, to a freer verse, and he still uses rhyme.
Still, Hope Of Storm, Psyche, First Time In Days, and Like Everything, Volume 6, Issue 2
J. T. Townley has published in Harvard Review, The Kenyon Review, The Threepenny Review, and other magazines and journals. His stories have been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net award. Townley holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of British Columbia and an MPhil in English from Oxford University. To learn more, visit jttownley.com.
Balloon Letters, Volume 6 , Issue 2
Robert Fern is a professor of translational neurobiology who lives in Plymouth England. This year he has published or had accepted for publication pieces in Between the lines press, The Fortnightly Review, Isacoustic, Blue Unicorn, and the Chiron Review. Other than that, his publication record is purely academic.
Last, Under the surface, and I don’t know where she lies, Volume 6, Issue 2