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
A native of Moscow, Andrey Gritsman emigrated to the United States in 1981. He is a physician who is also a poet and essayist. Andrey has
published five volumes of poetry in Russian. His poems, essays, and
short stories in English have appeared or are forthcoming in over 60
literary journals, including Pirene’s Fountain, Forge, Emprise Review,
Amarillo Bay, Mad Hatter’s Review, Foliate Oak, decomP, Gloom Cupboard,
New Orleans Review, Two Cities Review, Verdad, Whistling Shade, The
Writer’s Chronicle, and The Doctor T.J. Eckleburg Review.
Black-And-White Photos, Caedmon’s Song, Colosseum, Scuba Diving, and Warning, Volume 6, Issue 1
Lori Lipsky is a writer and music teacher from Waunakee, Wisconsin. Her stories have been published by The Avalon Literary Review, Fiction on the Web, and Spelk. You can read more at www.lorilipsky.com.
Driving Home from the Hospital, Volume 6, Issue 1
Cameron Morse’s poems have been published in numerous magazines, including New Letters, South Dakota Review, TYPO, and Bridge Eight. His first collection, Fall Risk, won Glass Lyre Press’s 2018 Best Book Award. Morse’s second, Father Me Again, is available from Spartan Press. His chapbook Coming Home with Cancer belongs to Blue Lyra Press’s Delphi Poetry Series.
Flying Snail and Magnificent Monarchs!, Volume 6, Issue 1
Underground Books presents a new version of Bob McNeil’s collection of poetry, Verses of Realness. This collection, unlike its predecessor, has more thought-provoking poems about the state of the world. And, as an added bonus, the book prominently showcases two of Bob’s startling illustrations. James Browning Kepple, Publisher of Underground Books, wrote: “By going deep inside our own selves, Bob McNeil guides the way to a new and improved view of what our world should be—something real and honest.” Verses of Realness can be purchased for $8.00, plus $4 shipping and handling. For copies of this book, send checks or money orders to Bob McNeil, PO Box 144, Hollis, NY 11423 or to this PayPal account: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions, email Bob at email@example.com or call him at 917-889-1441.
Think, you are not alone and The Thinker, Volume 6, Issue 1
Jeanne Lutz grew up on a small dairy farm in southern Minnesota, attended the National University of Ireland Galway, and spent two years in Japan. A Pushcart Prize nominee, Best-of-the-Net nominee, and Loft Mentor Series fellow for poetry, she is the author of the chapbook Hearts and Harrows and her poetry has appeared in The Missouri Review; NonBinary Review, Conduit and elsewhere. She divides her time between the family farm and working at the Minneapolis Institute of Art.
Nova’s Poem; Lost in Darwin; Heart, I’m Sorry I Did This to You; In Good Thunder for a Family Wedding Where the Groom sings ‘Purple Rain’ to His Bride; and Taper vs. Fade, Volume 6, Issue 1