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Aidan Beatty is originally from Loughrea and now teaches at the Honors College of the University of Pittsburgh.  He is the author of Masculinity and Power in Irish Nationalism (2016) and co-editor of Irish Questions and Jewish Questions: Crossovers in … Continue reading

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Akie Asemblé is a writer and poet from Dublin in Ireland. Akie’s first published story, A Ten Dollar Tear, appeared in The Manhattanville Review in 2020. This was soon followed by Lizzie Had These Great LP’s on Story Bud Web … Continue reading

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Tomlin Martinson – At Closing Time

Tomlin Martinson has been a journalist, taxi driver, short-order cook, graphic artist, and writing teacher. He now lives in western Washington state with his wife, Dona. He has a master’s degree in creative writing. At Closing Time B y Tomlin Martinson Ten past … Continue reading

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Phillip Knight Scott – Four Poems

Phillip Knight Scott is a native of Durham, North Carolina, where he lives and writes poetry. His work has appeared in Scarlet Leaf Review, Vita Brevis, Literary Yard, and Olives Skins, among others. His first collection of poems, Paint the … Continue reading

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Susan Tepper is the author of nine published books of fiction and poetry. Her tenth book, titled 9X9, will be released shortly by Cervena Barva Press. Tepper is in the production phase of an Off-Broadway play that concerns artist Jackson … Continue reading

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Rebecca Pyle – Three Poems & Photos

Creative work by Rebecca Pyle has recently appeared, or will soon be in, The Honest Ulsterman, Posit, Cobalt Review, Gulf Stream, Gris-Gris, Belle Ombre, The Menteur, Guesthouse—poetry, fiction, artwork. American, Rebecca lives in the mountainous state called Utah, and owns … Continue reading

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Niall Crowley is an independent consultant and believer in equality and human rights, working in Ireland and places across Europe. He is part of a prose collective supported by Cork County Council, a space that stimulates a passion long forgotten but … Continue reading

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Laura Rodley – Three Poems

Laura Rodley‘s most recent books are Turn Left at Normal by Big Table Press, Counter Point by Prolific Press, and As You Write It, Lucky 7, printed by Leveler’s Press.  Trumpet Vine Waiting outside the village grocery store until it … Continue reading

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S.C. Flynn – Four Poems

S.C. Flynn was born in Australia of Irish origin and now lives in Dublin. His poetry has recently been published in Abridged, SurVision, Beir Bua, The Waxed Lemon and Neuro Logical. The Continent of Insects Australia is really theirs: for … Continue reading

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Gil Hoy is a Boston writer and poet who studied poetry and writing at Boston University through its Evergreen program. Hoy previously received a B.A. in Philosophy and Political Science from Boston University, an M.A. in Government from Georgetown University, … Continue reading

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Susan Tepper is a twenty-year writer and the author of nine published books of fiction and poetry. Currently, she is at work on mounting an Off-Broadway play about artist Jackson Pollock in his later years. http://www.susantepper.com Federico Behind shimmying glass … Continue reading

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Alec Solomita’s fiction has appeared in the Southwest Review, The Mississippi Review, Southword Journal, and The Drum (audio), among other publications. He was shortlisted by the Bridport Prize and Southword Journal. His poetry has appeared in The Ekphrastic Review, Gnashing Teeth Publishing, The Galway Review, Bold + … Continue reading

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