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Joseph Arechavala

Joseph Arechavala Joseph Arechavala is born and bred in New Jersey, leading a boring, humdrum life and commenting as best his feeble skills allow. A high functioning autistic, he is the father of two grown sons and has been married for 35 years to a quite patient,...

Rick Campbell

Rick Campbell   Rick Campbell is a poet and essayist living on Alligator Point, Florida. His latest collection of poems is Gunshot, Peacock, Dog. (Madville Publishing) He’s published five other poetry books as well as poems and essays in numerous journals...

Anthony DiMatteo

Anthony DiMatteo Anthony DiMatteo’s recent poems and reviews have sprouted in Cimarron Review, CladeSong, Cortland Review, Hunger Mountain, Los Angeles Review, and UCity Review. His current book of poems In Defense of Puppets has been hailed as, “a rare...

Sejal Ghia

Sejal Ghia Poets biography Marin Headlands     Back from the guided meditation, my friend dumps her still matcha tea after a long moment of agony: “does the cup go into compost, recycle or trash?”   I look out the window, at the waves crashing on the...

Sandy Green

Sandy Green Poets biography Anyone Home?     Stardust-covered telescope stands beside the door and waits to unfold its legs point its face toward the sprinkled sky squeeze the stars and chip-faced moon into its optical tube draw the children to stoop and...

Sue

Sue Poets biography [besides, near by] / [reach, attain]   At the edge of things: after words and before, it is enough. Enough to be out of the place where words failed me. Enough, to enter the possibility of words. The fire still a warming kind. The light dim. At the...

Sarah A. Letinger

Sarah A. Letinger Sarah A. Etlinger is an English professor who resides in Milwaukee, WI, with her family. A Pushcart and Best of the Net nominee, she is author of two chapbooks (Never One for Promises, Kelsay Books 2018) and the forthcoming Little Human Things (Clare...

Phoebe Marrall

Phoebe Marrall  Phoebe Marrall, orphaned at the age of nine, was a survivor of The Depression and of a grueling childhood. When she died in 2017 at the age of eighty-four, her daughters Jane Hendrickson and Camille Komine inherited hundreds of poems she had written....

Michael McCormic

Michael McCormic Michael McCormick’s award-winning fiction, poetry, and articles have appeared in many journals and anthologies. He is currently writing an urban fantasy novel. Mike belongs to the Science Fiction Writers of America (SFWA), Science Fiction Poetry...

Bob Meszaros

Bob Meszaros Poets biography The Scenic Overlook     No bucket seats; no seat restraints; it is nineteen fifty-nine, and we are parked on West Rock Ridge, on Baldwin Drive.   Our overlook is empty; the Hudson’s grill is pressed against the wood and wire guardrail; it...

Frank C. Modica

Frank C. Modica Frank C Modica is a retired teacher who taught children with special needs for over 34 years.  His writing is animated by interests in history, geography, and sociology. Frank’s short story “Homemade” was selected as an Honorable Mention in the Midway...

Richard L. Ratliff

Richard Ratliff Richard L Ratliff is a baby boomer, born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana. His midwest ties have built the foundation and setting for his poetry. He is a Purdue University graduate with two years of engineering turned into a degree in English...

Shana Ross

Shana Ross Shana Ross is a poet and playwright with a BA and MBA from Yale University.  She bought her first computer working the graveyard shift in a windchime factory, and now pays her bills as a consultant and leadership expert. Since resuming her writing career in...

Jennifer Jordán Schaller

Jennifer Jordán Schaller My poetry and essays have appeared in or are forthcoming from Tiny Seed Literary Magazine, Literary Mama, Cutbank, Creative Nonfiction, Ascent (this essay was nominated for a Pushcart), Sonora Review, among other places. And I had a radio...

Richard Stuecker

Richard Stuecker Richard Stuecker is a poet and writer who graduated from Duke University in 1970. A Pushcart Prize nominee, he is a student at the Bluegrass Writer’s Studio MFA program at Eastern Kentucky University. His poems have appeared in or been accepted by...

Abisiama Udorn

Abisiama Udorn Abasiama Udom is a poet and writer. She currently is studying Education and has interests in matters of the afterlife, human nature, politics and creativity. When not writing Abasiama is sleeping, dancing or causing trouble. She can be found on Twitter...

Alla Vilnyansky

Alla Vilnyansky Alla Vilnyanskaya was born in the Ukraine and raised in the U.S. She came to Philadelphia in 1989 with her parents. She holds an MA from Miami University and an MFA from Columbia University. Her work has been published in several online and print...