Marguerite Maria Rivas’s work has been published in numerous journals including The America’s Review, Waterways, The Mas Tequila Review, and Quarterday Review. The author of two books of poetry, Rivas is an Associate Professor at Borough of Manhattan Community College and is at work on a new volume of poetry, Rapid Transit.
In Catherine’s Study, That Blue Day, and Contingencies of a Summer Night, Volume 6, Issue 1
Julie Weiss received her BA in English Literature and Creative Writing from SJSU. She´s a 44-year-old ex-pat from Foster City, California, who moved to Spain in 2001. She works as a telephone English teacher from her home in Guadalajara, where she lives with her wife, 4-year-old daughter, and 1-year old son. Her work appears or is forthcoming in Lavender Review, The American Journal of Poetry, Santa Clara Review, and Sky Island Journal, among others. You can find her on Twitter @colourofpoetry or on her website at https://julieweiss2001.wordpress.com/.
The Girl Next Door, The Reasons I Won’t Be Coming, Purple, Silence, Cross My Heart, and The Eye of the Storm, Volume 6, Issue 1