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Elaine Lennon  – Wah Wah Wah

Elaine Lennon is a film historian. She is the author of ChinaTowne: The Screenplays of Robert Towne and is widely published in international film journals. She has a background in television production and film financing and was a lecturer for a … Continue reading

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Steve Carr – The Pineapple Disillusionment

Steve Carr, from Richmond, Virginia, has had over 490 short stories published internationally in print and online magazines, literary journals, reviews, and anthologies since June 2016. He has had seven collections of his short stories, Sand, Rain, Heat, The Tales of Talker … Continue reading

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Alec Solomita – Nuance

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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Susan Tepper  & Digby Beaumont – All The Women Look Like God

Susan Tepper is the author of nine published books of fiction and poetry. Her most recent titles are CONFESS a poetry chapbook (Cervena Barva Press, 2020) and the quirky road novel WHAT DRIVES MEN (Wilderness House Press, 2019). Tepper has … Continue reading

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Lorely Forrester was born in Kenya, raised in the West Indies, moved to England mid-teens and graduated from King’s College London, afterwards working at IPC Magazines, then in advertising and film documentaries. She now lives in Ireland, where she was … Continue reading

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Dominic Harbinson has been a part-time poet and writer for 40 years, passionate about the preciousness of life and often transfixed by its beauty. He’ll quite happily spend ages shaping prose and trying to catch poems and sifting through a … Continue reading

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Leonore Wilson is a professor of English and creative writing in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her poems have been published in such places as Quarterly West, Third Coast, Poetry Quarterly, English Journal, Iowa Review, Upstreet, etc. Leonore has won … Continue reading

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Phil Carrick was born and raised in Ireland in the 1950s, enjoying a childhood that saw her family live in various parts of, Offaly, Galway, Kildare, and Dublin. She was educated at both UCD and Trinity College Dublin and spent … Continue reading

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Seosamh Ó Fathaigh – Three Poems

Seosamh Ó Fathaigh was known in Dublin’s Literary Circle in the 196O’s as ‘an File.’ At an early age, Seosamh was advised by a Jesuit Priest to ‘write, write and write!’ He moved to the West of Ireland in 1988. … Continue reading

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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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