Anne Britting Oleson has been published widely in North America, Europe, and Asia. She earned her MFA at the Stonecoast program of USM. She has published two chapbooks, The Church of St. Materiana (Moon Pie Press) and The Beauty of It (Sheltering Pines Press).
The Ghost of Christmas Past and Eliotsville Township, Volume 1, Issue 1
Tom Montag is most recently the author of In This Place: Selected Poems 1982-2013, as well as Middle Ground; Curlew: Home; Kissing Poetry’s Sister; The Idea of the Local; and The Big Book of Ben Zen. Recent poems will be found in Hummingbird, Plainsong, Stoneboat, Split Rock, On the Rusk, The Broken City, Riding Light Review, The Chaffin Journal, Foliate Oak, Hamilton Stone Review, and Digital Papercut. He blogs as The Middlewesterner (http://www.middlewesterner.com/) and serves as Managing Editor of the Lorine Niedecker Monograph Series, What Region?.
Cat on the Desk, Volume 1, Issue 1
Morning: Late August, Wisdom, To My Companion Along The Way, Loneliness, and January Evening, Volume 2, Issue 1
Nathen Martin is a senior at Bowling Green State University, studying Computer Science and Creative Writing.
The Human Patch (v2.9), Volume 1, Issue 1
Taidgh Lynch lives above an ice-cream shop in Ireland. He is a teacher, a poet, and a mail artist. His poetry has appeared in Bare Hands Poetry, The Ofi Press, and The Poetry Bus. His artwork has been displayed in galleries around the world, and he’s participating in the Mail Me Art exhibition in 2015. He enjoys comics and making mail art. Find him online at: ragingplanetfire.blogspot.com.
Body Parts and I want to crawl, Volume 1, Issue 1
Stained Glass and Warp, Volume 1, Issue 2
Judge of The Magnolia Review Ink Award, Volume 3, Issue 2
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
Alexandra Kolker studied Graphic Design and Creative Writing at Bowling Green State University. She is discovering the journey of creativity as she continues to find ways to tell stories. She is fascinated with experimental storytelling and unimportant, unusual things.
100-Year-Old Can of Beef, Volume 1, Issue 1
Patrick Kelling is a doctoral candidate in Creative Writing at the University of Denver and is the fiction editor for the literature magazine Gambling the Aisle (www.gamblingtheaisle.com). His work has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and Best New American Voices.
Highlands Ranch, Volume 1, Issue 1
Caitlin Johnson earned a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from Lesley University. Caitlin’s work has appeared in Boston Poetry Magazine, Clare Literary Journal, Eternal Haunted Summer, Fortunates, Momoware, Pembroke Magazine, Vagina: The Zine, and What the Fiction, among others. Her work is forthcoming in Baseline Literary Arts Journal and Stoneboat Literary Journal.
Laurinburg IV, Volume 1, Issue 1
Mark Jackley’s new book of poems is Appalachian Night. It is available from the author at no cost: email firstname.lastname@example.org. Previous books include Every Green Word (Finishing Line Press) and Cracks and Slats (Amsterdam Press). His work has appeared in Tampa Review, Sugar House Review, Melic, Sleet, Crate, Rougarou, and other journals. He lives in Sterling, Virginia.
Office Chair Abandoned by a Country Road and Motel on the Plains, Volume 1, Issue 1
Clinton Van Inman was born in Walton-on-Thames, England, graduated from San Diego State University, and has been a teacher all his life, recently retiring from the Tampa Bay area where he lives with his wife, Elba.
Lady in Blue, Balcony View, and Uptown, Volume 1, Issue 1