Adam Levon Brown

Adam Levon Brown is an internationally published poet and author in 14 countries. He has had his work translated in Spanish, Albanian, Arabic, and Afrikaans. Boasting over 300 published pieces, you can find his writing at such publications as Burningword Literary Journal, Firefly Magazine, Zany Zygote Review, Epigraph, Angel City Review, and Ariel Chart. He was long-listed in the 2016 Erbacce Prize poetry competition and received a special mention in the Pangolin Prize 2018 competition. He has recently taken up painting for fun. 

Perforated Stars Speak of Serendipity, Volume 4, Issue 1
Interview
Book Release, Embedded Memories of a Shooting Star

Anxiety, Volume 5, Issue 2

Jack D. Harvey

Jack D. Harvey’s poetry has appeared in Scrivener, The Comstock Review, The Magnolia Review, The Antioch Review, The Piedmont Poetry Journal and a number of other online and in print poetry magazines over the years. The author has been a Pushcart nominee and over the years has been published in a few anthologies.

Cape Horn, Volume 3, Issue 2
Interview
Book Release, Mark the Dwarf
Kicking Against the Goads, Loneliness, Birth Month, and Six Mile Pond, Volume 4, Issue 2
Review, Volume 5, Issue 1
Angelic Hearts, Clown, Little Liza, Enter the Apocalypse, and Ravishment of the Holy Wisdom, Volume 5, Issue 1

Ode to Olivia, Non Doulet, Cassandra, Riding on the Bus, and Sunny Day, Volume 6, Issue 1

Lisa Stice

Lisa Stice is a poet/mother/military spouse. She is the author of Permanent Change of Station (Middle West Press, 2018) and Uniform (Aldrich Press, 2016). While it is difficult to say where home is, she currently lives in North Carolina with her husband, daughter and dog. You can learn more about her and her publications at lisastice.wordpress.com and at facebook.com/LisaSticePoet. @LisaSticePoet

A Quick Lunch from the Noodle Stand, Volume 2, Issue 1 (Pushcart Nomination)
When Your Substance Is Drained Away, Reduction, and Afternoon One Day When You Were Young, Volume 3, Issue 1
Interview
Judge of The Magnolia Review Ink Award, Volume 4, Issue 1
Book Release, Permanent Change of Station, and Review, Volume 4, Issue 2
Resolutions, Deliver Us, The Selkie, Eat, Not, and Pie Astronomy, Volume 5, Issue 1

David Anthony Sam

David Anthony Sam, the proud grandson of peasant immigrants from Poland and Syria, lives in Virginia with his wife and life partner, Linda. Sam’s poetry has appeared in over 90 publications and his poem, “First and Last,” won the 2018 Rebecca Lard Award. Sam’s five collections include Final Inventory (Prolific Press 2018) and Finite to Fail: Poems after Dickinson, the 2016 Grand Prize winner GFT Press Chapbook Contest. He teaches creative writing at Germanna Community College and serves on the Board of the Virginia Poetry Society. 

The Exile Knows This Ghost, Volume 2, Issue 1
End of Romance, Prometheus, and Green Wings, Volume 4, Issue 1
Interview
Superhero at Work, Kind of a Stupid Game, Isn’t It?, and Chain-Smoked Monkeys, Volume 4, Issue 2
Book Release, Final Inventory
Charitable Erasures, Love Loss, Lost and Found, On Finding an Abandoned Firepit, A Pipe of Ghosted Smoke, and alt-right killer, Volume 5, Issue 1
Unfinished, Saturnine Hypotyposis, Inquiry into Matter, The Formation of Standing Waves, The Sea is Everything, and Resurrection, Volume 5, Issue 2

One the Edge of 1969, Beneath the Six-Sided Farmhouse, April 22, 1994–For Linda, The Context of February, October 25, 2001, at 6:45 p.m., and Today (September 11, 2001), Volume 6, Issue 1

Robert Krantz

Robert Krantz was born and raised in western New York. He studied Creative Writing and English Literature at both Niagara County Community College, New York, and the University of Akron, Ohio. He is currently a M.F.A. candidate at the University of Arkansas-Monticello. Robert has published a chapbook of poetry and prose, Leg Brace Legato, available at Amazon. His work has appeared in Akros Review, Bare Fiction, Bitterzoet, East Coast Literary Review, and Poetry Quarterly. Check out his website here.

arwen, Volume 1, Issue 1
Review of Gargoyles in Volume 2, Issue 2
Review of Mishigamaa